US Makes New Push For Graphic Warning Labels On CigarettesReynolds American, maker of Camel and Newport cigarettes, said it supports public awareness efforts on tobacco, "but the manner in which those messages are delivered to the public cannot run afoul of the First Amendment." Reynolds was one of five tobacco companies that challenged the FDA's original warning labels.
Woman Appalled After Being Denied Health Insurance Because Of Sex Assault-Related PTSDVictimized again – that’s how a suburban woman feels after she said an insurance company denied her one level of coverage because of her past mental health issues.
Dole Recalls Baby Spinach After Random Test Finds SalmonellaThe spinach being recalled has a use-by-date of Aug. 5 and was distributed in 10 states: Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Tennessee, Virginia and Wisconsin.
Walmart Pulls Violent Game Displays, No Change On Gun SalesPatrick Markey, a psychology professor at Villanova University who focuses on video games, found in his research that men who commit severe acts of violence actually play violent video games less than the average male.
Walgreens To Shut 200 US Stores As Part Of Cost-Cutting PlanWalgreens has been hit by challenges including reimbursement cuts and lower price increases for branded drugs.
'Feeding Frenzy' Makes Illinois Fair Favorites AffordableDozens of food vendors will participate by dropping prices on vinegar fries, cheese curds, lemon shake-up drinks and more from 2 to 5 p.m. each day of the fair.
Chicago Attorney In Equifax Data Breach Lawsuit Is Youngest Woman To Lead Nationwide Multi-District Class Action CaseAmy Keller is both modest and proud about her role in the Equifax settlement. Alongside three men decades her senior, she launched a lawsuit on behalf of 147 million Americans whose private information was leaked in 2017 when hackers breached Equifax.
Does Equifax Owe You? How To Find Out If You Were Affected By 2017 Data Breach, And File A Claim Of $700 Million SettlementThe largest data breach in the nation came and went in the headlines two years ago, but many people still don’t know they’re victims and aren’t aware of a settlement that could put money in their pockets.
FCC Cracking Down On Robocalls, But Expert Warns New Rules Won't End ThemAmericans receive around 150 million robocalls every day by some estimates, and last week, the Federal Communications Commission put new measures in place to crack down.
Capital One: Hacker Accessed More than 100 Million Account, Credit Card ApplicationsA hacker gained access to more than 100 million Capital One customers’ account and credit card applications, the bank said Monday.
Beyond Meat Raises 2019 Outlook, But Shares Slump On OfferingTen-year-old Beyond Meat burst into the spotlight in May with its initial public offering on the Nasdaq. Its $25 opening share price has risen 700% since then. At its closing price of $222.13 Monday, Beyond Meat was worth $13.3 billion, or more than Campbell's Soup.
Recalled Pig Ear Dog Treats Still Making Pets And People SickThe U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said a salmonella outbreak in 27 states has been linked to contact with pig ear dog treats.
'Mom Jeans' Plates Pulled By Macy'sThe smallest circle shows how much to eat to fit into "skinny jeans" while the largest circle signified women who would need "mom jeans."
More Cities Are Ditching Recycling ProgramsIn some places, certain plastics that used to be recyclable are now considered trash; in others, all formerly recyclable products are ending up in landfills.
Three Ways Taxpayers Can Appeal Their Property Tax AssessmentsWith many Cook County residents facing the task of writing huge checks next week for property taxes, CBS 2 Morning Insider Lauren Victory looks at three solutions to lower your 2020 bill.