Afghan Community In California Scrambles To Help Relatives
"Little Kabul" in Fremont, California, is considered one of the largest Afghan communities in the U.S.
Trains derail in India, killing at least 200 and trapping many others
A railroad ministry spokesperson said one train derailed and then was hit by another train coming from the opposite direction.
Sweden close to becoming first 'smoke free' country in Europe
Only 5.6% of Swedes reported being smokers, according to the country's Public Health Agency.
Canada will require dire health warnings on each cigarette
The Canadian government will require tobacco companies to place warning labels on individual cigarettes by 2025.
World's 1st biometric 'smart gun' aims to lower shootings and suicides
The gun unlocks only for an authorized user by incorporating built-in fingerprint and facial-recognition sensors — just like a smartphone.
Churchill Downs changes location of meet following horse deaths
Churchill Downs said its current horse card is suspended after an emergency meeting on horse deaths. Officials want to look at safety protocols.
More states pushing 'Clean Slate' legislation to clear former convicts
New York is considering a bill that would seal the records of some former prisoners who are able to stay out of trouble after they've been released.