Walgreens And Kroger Will Stop Selling E-Cigarettes
They are just the latest retailers to ban the devices from stores.
The two retailers are just the latest to ban the devices from stores. Last month, Walmart said it would stop selling e-cigarettes at Walmart and Sam's Club locations in the U.S.
In a statement, Kroger said it's discontinuing the sale of e-cigs in its stores and gas stations "due to the mounting questions and increasingly-complex regulatory environment associated with these products."
More than a dozen people across the U.S. have died from vaping-related lung illnesses.
President Biden to end emergency declarations for COVID
Those free at home COVID tests are expected to be a thing of the past after the emergency declaration ends.By Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi / AP
Bills' Damar Hamlin teams up with American Heart Association
After suffering a heart attack during a Monday Night Football game, Hamlin is teaming up with the organization to promote CPR education.By Greg M. Cooper / AP
What does it cost to have cancer?
An oncologist and parents of kids with cancer share how the costs of treatment can hinder or even completely prevent a patient from getting care.By San Francisco Chronicle / AP
Family: police brutality in death of son caught on camera
The family of a Black father in Bogalusa, Louisiana alleges that a police beating left the 28-year old dead last year.By Scripps News
Researchers asking for public's help to create 'map of the universe'
A team of researchers is compiling the public's answers on certain space images to classify galaxies and stars.By NASA
At Arizona-Mexico border, field workers commute to meet crop quotas
In the salad bowl of the U.S., field workers are working through long hours, harsh weather and border commutes to put food on America's tables.By Scripps News