The CDC reports that 10 states permit the sale of e-cigarettes to minors. The Food and Drug Administration has proposed regulating e-cigarettes, including banning sales to minors; there is no timetable for final rules.
Suspect Bradley Michael Stone remained at large early Tuesday, causing one local school district to close schools as a precaution. Police say Stone is likely was wearing military fatigues and may have shaved off his facial hair.
Saluting troops returning home from Afghanistan, President Barack Obama declared the US is moving toward a period of a leaner military. Obama noted there are now 15,000 troops in Afghanistan, down from 180,000 when he took office.
The union accused NFL commissioner Roger Goodell of punishing Peterson to satiate "public calls for his resignation due to prior disciplinary failures" and said he picked Harold Henderson to hear the appeal to "to avoid another embarrassing reversal" of his decision.
With signs reading "Black Lives Matter" and "Who do you protect? Who do you serve," thousands of protestors marched in Washington, D.C. Saturday, demanding legislative action against police violence toward unarmed black men.
Protests by NBA players - without any penalty - reflects the power and influence wielded by today's professional basketball stars. NBA chief Adam Silver declined to fine players for clothing contract violations.