Scientists See Tobacco Industry Playbook in EPA Overhaul Plan

This concept of targeting the transparency of the scientific process "first appeared in tobacco industry documents in the 90s," Gretchen Goldman, the research director for the Center for Science and Democracy at the Union of Concerned Scientists, told Newsweek. "It was never about transparency."

Two Co-Workers Plea Guilty in Machine Gun Sting

Connecticut coworkers pleaded guilty for various charges stemming from illegally manufacturing, possessing and trying to sell AK-47-style and AR-style machine guns, suppressors, and other firearms, federal prosecutors confirmed.

Minors Banned From Buying E-cigarettes in U.S.

The FDA's regulation had been highly anticipated after the agency issued a proposed rule two years ago on how to regulate the $3 billion e-cigarette industry and these other products.