Drowsy driving could be involved in hundreds of thousands of crashes a year, but states have been slow to step up enforcement or offer police training to detect when a driver hasn’t gotten enough sleep.
Inflatable attractions may seem less ominous than roller coasters that flip riders upside down or carnival rides that send thrill-seekers whirling through the open air. But they can be just as dangerous and are far less regulated.
As more states map out their own immigration stands, California is taking its fight against mass deportation to a new level by restricting communication about release dates that help federal authorities arrest prisoners for deportation.
Some cities require anyone who wants to open a public utility account—lights, gas, water, phone—to provide a Social Security number, government-issued ID or some form of proof they are in the country legally. For some immigrants, this means doing without utilities, even if they are in the country legally.