Cinco de Mayo does not commemorate Mexican Independence Day. Instead, it's about debt collection.
Following years of debate and uncertainty, the US Food and Drug Administration has finally unveiled a new set of rules governing electronic cigarettes. Public health advocates applaud, but some say it risks strangling the burgeoning industry.
Republican lawmakers in the Michigan House on Thursday approved a $500 million package to address the woes of Detroit's Public School system, but opponents say it falls short.
The City Council of Shawano has decided that parents should be held accountable. But experts say the move isn't based on sound research.
California's governor signed a bill Wednesday to raise the age for tobacco sales to 21. Voters' actions in the coming months will measure the movement's national momentum.