A look at IQOS, the heat-not-burn product that Philip Morris claims will revolutionize the nicotine market. How does it work, and who is it for?
A Pennsylvania vapor products distributor has sued the state over the 40 percent e-cigarette tax that has shut down 70 businesses already.
A University of Michigan survey shows that fewer teens smoke than ever, and vaping is declining too. How does that square with the Surgeon General's report?
The FDA announced that it is postponing a deadline for manufacturers of "newly deemed tobacco products" like e-cigarettes to register with the agency.
Washington think tank the R Street Institute created Vapescore, a ranking of 52 major U.S. cities based on their approaches to tobacco harm reduction.
The U.S. Surgeon General issued a report warning on the risks of teen and young adult e-cigarette use. Somehow it all looks very familiar.
Vape company Totally Wicked has acquired the naming rights to the stadium of British Super League rugby club the St. Helens Saints.
Sen. Ron Johnson asks FDA Commissioner Robert Califf to stop implementing the agency's anti-vaping industry deeming regulations.
The Republican leader of the Indiana state senate vowed that fixing the state's corrupt vaping law will be a priority in next year's legislative session.
The FDA's deeming rule prevents the sale of vapor products that weren't marketed before August 8, 2016. So how do seemingly new products keep arriving?