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Tom Noffsinger stands in his garage workshop, where he uses a SawStop table saw for woodworking at his home in Raleigh, North Carolina. About 20 years ago, Noffsinger had a table saw accident and almost lost his thumb. Cornell Watson for NPR hide caption

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The Consumer Product Safety Commission's new album features some of its iconic mascots on the cover and seven safety-focused tracks. U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission hide caption

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A federal agency wants to give safety tips to young adults. So it's dropping an album

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Hee Haw Fireworks in Goodlettsville, Tenn., began as a souvenir shop and restaurant before switching to selling only fireworks in the early 1970s. Julia Ritchey/NPR hide caption

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The CPSC commissioned new stock photos showing Americans with disabilities using a variety of home safety devices, including portable generators. U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission hide caption

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