"Mint" and "unicorn poop" might not be as compelling to young people as trying something kind of weird and maybe even dangerous.
"I think this is the primary lesson from the outbreak," one expert said.
The increase is an "extinction event" for a new industry, critics say, and could even mean more vaping deaths.
Jeffrey Epstein conspiracies. Questionable signs about "vapers lives matter." And lots of angry people who voted for the president.
Now you have to vape tobacco flavors, children.
"Harm reduction for the rich; the homeless have to smoke."
"I'm probably still on some don't-fly list."
After a summer of vape-linked deaths and horrible press, job cuts are coming—and lawsuits, too.
"I'm more political than I've ever been in my entire life."
Instead of banning sales, regulators are trying to figure out what's actually causing harm.
On Thursday, the powerhouse announced—yet again—that it was scaling back amid a national panic. Here's what it means for you.
The cannabis industry is spooked, but mostly experiencing "a huge sense of relief."