President Trump regrets getting personally involved in the vaping controversy. Does that mean he's backing off and leaving it up to the FDA now?
A Pennsylvania babysitter faces charges after she allowed a two-year-old child to vape, and recorded it and posted it to social media.
The New Jersey legislature has passed a ban on flavored vaping products. The new law also caps nicotine content, and increases taxes.
U-Haul has announced a nicotine-free hiring policy, and a variety of observers are questioning the ethics of legal “lifestyle discrimination.”
New Jersey vapers are racing to contact state legislators, who will hold two meetings Thursday to discuss a ban of flavored vaping products.
As expected, the Trump administration will prohibit sales of flavored pod-based vaping products, but temporarily leave vape shop products alone.
The Trump administration is expected soon to ban cartridge- and pod-based flavored vaping products, except tobacco and menthol.
While the White House reviews FDA guidance on flavored vaping products, a vapor trade group is taking its argument to TV stations near Trump's Florida home.
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey is suing online vaping retailers for illegally shipping flavored products into the state.