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Recent articles by Tom:

More than 42,000 people were killed on US roads last year, traffic agency says

Traffic deaths rose 10.5% over 2020, the largest percentage increase since the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration began its fatality data collection in 1975. → Read More

Nearly 43,000 people died on US roads last year, agency says

Nearly 43,000 people were killed on U.S. roads last year, the highest number in 16 years as Americans returned to the roads after the coronavirus pandemic forced many to stay at home. → Read More

Nearly 43,000 people died on US roads last year, agency says

Nearly 43,000 people were killed on U.S. roads last year → Read More

Nearly 43,000 people died on US roads last year, agency says

Nearly 43,000 people were killed on U.S. roads last year → Read More

Nearly 43,000 people died on US roads in 2021, agency says

The 10.5% jump over 2020 numbers was the largest percentage increase since NHTSA began its fatality data collection system in 1975. → Read More

Nearly 43,000 people died in traffic crashes last year, a 10.5% jump from 2020

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said America faces a crisis on its roads. The safety administration urged state and local governments, drivers and safety advocates to join in an effort to reverse the rising death trend. → Read More

Nearly 43,000 people died in traffic crashes last year, a 10.5% jump from 2020

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said America faces a crisis on its roads. The safety administration urged state and local governments, drivers and safety advocates to join in an effort to reverse the rising death trend. → Read More

Nearly 43,000 people died in traffic crashes last year, a 10.5% jump from 2020

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said America faces a crisis on its roads. The safety administration urged state and local governments, drivers and safety advocates to join in an effort to reverse the rising death trend. → Read More

Nearly 43,000 people died in traffic crashes last year, a 10.5% jump from 2020

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said America faces a crisis on its roads. The safety administration urged state and local governments, drivers and safety advocates to join in an effort to reverse the rising death trend. → Read More

Nearly 43,000 people died in traffic crashes last year, a 10.5% jump from 2020

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said America faces a crisis on its roads. The safety administration urged state and local governments, drivers and safety advocates to join in an effort to reverse the rising death trend. → Read More

Nearly 43,000 people died in traffic crashes last year, a 10.5% jump from 2020

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said America faces a crisis on its roads. The safety administration urged state and local governments, drivers and safety advocates to join in an effort to reverse the rising death trend. → Read More

Nearly 43,000 people died in traffic crashes last year, a 10.5% jump from 2020

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said America faces a crisis on its roads. The safety administration urged state and local governments, drivers and safety advocates to join in an effort to reverse the rising death trend. → Read More

Nearly 43,000 people died in traffic crashes last year, a 10.5% jump from 2020

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said America faces a crisis on its roads. The safety administration urged state and local governments, drivers and safety advocates to join in an effort to reverse the rising death trend. → Read More

Nearly 43,000 people died in traffic crashes last year, a 10.5% jump from 2020

Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg said America faces a crisis on its roads. The safety administration urged state and local governments, drivers and safety advocates to join in an effort to reverse the rising death trend. → Read More

Preliminary US traffic death numbers for 2021 released

Americans drove about 325 billion miles last year, 11.2% higher than in 2020, which contributed to the increase. → Read More

Preliminary US traffic death numbers for 2021 released

Americans drove about 325 billion miles last year, 11.2% higher than in 2020, which contributed to the increase. → Read More

Preliminary US traffic death numbers for 2021 released

Americans drove about 325 billion miles last year, 11.2% higher than in 2020, which contributed to the increase. → Read More

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Nearly 43,000 people died on US roads last year, agency says

Nearly 43,000 people were killed on U.S. roads last year. That's the highest number in 16 years as Americans returned to the highways after the pandemic forced many to stay at home. → Read More

Musk puts Twitter buy ‘on hold,’ casting doubt on $44B deal

DETROIT (AP) — Tesla billionaire Elon Musk has put his plan to buy Twitter on what he called a temporary “hold,” raising fresh doubts about whether he’ll proceed with the $4… → Read More

Musk puts Twitter buy on hold, casting doubt on $44B deal

DETROIT (AP) — Elon Musk said Friday that his plan to buy Twitter is “temporarily on hold,” raising fresh doubts about whether he’ll proceed with the $44 billion acquisition… → Read More