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This Football Play Didn’t Just Trick the Other Team, It Gamed the Rule Book
Now look for a lot of coaches to take advantage of new safety rules this way.
An Oral History of New York’s Largest Gang Bust
Two years after law enforcement arrested 120 gang members in the Bronx, the community is still debating whether it made them safer.
Should You Hire a Pro to Smarten Your Home?
Please don’t electrocute yourself. It’s so much easier than you’re making it. There are people trained to do these things.
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There Could Finally Be a Bill Regulating the Safety of Beauty Products
Two female senators are proposing the Personal Care Products Safety Act.
The Polish Army Is Offering Free Self-Defense Classes to Women
Army instructors will teach women how to protect themselves.
Can Your Child Be Taught to Defeat a Gunman at Her School?
“The canned food item will give the students a sense of empowerment to protect themselves and will make them feel secure in case an intruder enters the classroom.”
Amtrak Trains May Be Sort of Empty Today, But They’re Still As Safe As Ever
The question gets asked after every transportation tragedy.
Metro-North Repair Job Was a Little Too Speedy for Some Board Members
Wait, the safety upgrade was that easy?
How Social Media Can Become Our New Rape Whistle
Many say the Internet is dangerous for teen girls. It can also save them.
Guy Drives Off Cliff While Texting About Dangers of Texting and Driving
He survived (and learned a lesson).
Chocolate Is Good for your Heart; Twitter is Boring
There are hundreds of chefs and food writers on Twitter, but most of their feeds are dull
Balconies at Sixteen NYC Buildings Declared Unsafe
Also, 800 building owners haven’t filed inspection reports.
New Security Network Planned for Midtown
Though it might not have prevented the car-bomb attempt, anyway.