Adults with mental health disorders smoke about 1 in 3 cigarettes in the U.S. Some doctors argue tobacco-free psychiatric hospitals might help.
Officials say 12 of the firearms found in the gunman's Mandalay Bay hotel room were equipped with what's called a bump stock or a bump-fire stock.
Cigarette taxes can raise money while getting people to quit smoking. But researchers say doing this can cause more people to enroll for food stamps.
The FDA announced plans to lower the amount of nicotine in cigarettes to nonaddictive levels.
Lawmakers throughout the country have taken steps to raise the minimum age for buying conventional tobacco products and e-cigarettes.
Which states smoke the most? This infographic map breaks it down from coast to coast.
Colorado cigarette sales continue to climb as 2016 saw more than 200 million packs fly off the shelf.
Federal firearms authorities have taken notice of a string of smash-and-grab burglaries at three Colorado gun stores and are offering a…
Take a look at the spending of tobacco lobbying in the USA over recent years.
More than 36 million U.S. adults smoke cigarettes — and nearly three-fourths of them have "one or more low-socioeconomic disadvantages."
Use of illicit drugs, save for marijuana, are down for teens than ever before, a new national survey shows.
The company's smokeless tobacco products could someday replace production of traditional cigarettes.