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Starting to vape is easy, but quitting a nicotine habit can be tough, teens are finding. Some vaping cessation programs have begun to reach out to teens where they live — on their phones.

CubeSats are only about twice the size of a Rubik's Cube. Once dismissed as tools for students learning the principles of aerospace engineering, they're now being used for more sophisticated missions.

Two undecided voters ask first-time presidential hopeful Andrew Yang about his universal basic income "freedom dividend" proposal.

The case of Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman blurs the line between impeachment and a criminal investigation — and unfolds like a mystery novel. The Giuliani associates face campaign finance charges.

As the Houston Astros prepare for Game 1 of the World Series, the front office grapples with fallout from Assistant General Manager Brandon Taubman's profane rant targeting female reporters.

Little-known businessmen Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman are facing campaign finance charges. The case sheds light on the Soviet-born men's involvement in events at the heart of investigations into Trump.

New York's attorney general argues that Exxon used shady methods of calculating carbon costs, affecting its share price and defrauding shareholders. Exxon says the lawsuit is politically motivated.

Washington Post Beirut Bureau Chief Liz Sly has covered the Syrian civil war since it began in '11. "There is an inevitability that Russia is going to emerge as the dominant power in Syria," she says.

The Census Bureau hopes to hire around a half million workers by next spring to complete the national head count. But it's running into trouble with low unemployment and background-check delays.

All new autos would be outfitted with alcohol detection technology, under legislation being proposed by U.S. lawmakers. That would make it impossible to drive if you're over the limit.

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