The Nov. 23 Metro article “District’s cigarette tax hike sinks in” illustrated the simple economic fact that buyers’ shopping habits are influenced by the price of a key product. Studies from the Th...
Earlier this month, Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Scott Gottlieb announced sweeping new rules governing e-cigarettes and tobacco in the United States. The most striking change is a ban on the sale of most flavored e-cigarettes in retail locations that admit minors, which will limit most in-person sales to specialty retailers like vape shops and tobacconists. The FDA also announced its intention to eventually ban menthol cigarettes and all forms of flavored cigars.
Love Juul or hate it, you can probably appreciate why the e-cigarette company is frustrated. It has grown like gangbusters since the first Juul vaporizer was introduced in 2015, leaving competitors — including traditional tobacco companies with their own e-cigarettes — gagging on its smoke. Yet now, a meaningful percentage of that business is being threatened […]
A federal judge blocked a new initiative by President Trump to limit the ability of foreign nationals crossing the southern U.S. border illegally to seek asylum.
Brexit opens up a transatlantic gap and diplomats warn ties will be damaged.
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New rules tightening cybersecurity do not mention the Chinese companies by name, but Beijing is already protesting.
Trump wanted officials to only process asylum claims for migrants who presented themselves at an official entry point.
A senior U.S. intelligence official warned on Tuesday that Chinese cyber activity in the United States had risen in recent months, and the targeting of critical infrastructure in such operations suggested an attempt to lay the groundwork for future disruptive attacks.
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Hundreds of migrants tried to evade police and cross from Tijuana, Mexico, into San Diego. The U.S. Customs and Border Protection Agency responded by firing tear gas and closing the border in both directions. Thousands of migrants from Central America have been living in a shelter in Tijuana.