The proposed rules, issued Thursday, would ban sales to anyone under 18, add warning labels and require FDA approval for new products. The FDA said it wants more evidence before issuing more regulations and left the door open to further measures, such as a ban on TV advertising and fruit- or candy-flavored e-cigarettes.
9. MANCHESTER UNITED FIRES MANAGER DAVID MOYES
Moyes, whose dismissal was announced Tuesday, came less than a season into a six-year contract with the storied soccer club, one of the most valuable sports franchises in the world. Since Moyes replaced longtime manager Alex Ferguson, however, United is 23 points behind leader Liverpool and has slumped to a string of humiliating defeats, including losses to fierce rivals Liverpool and Manchester City.
10. DOZENS OF SHERPA GUIDES LEAVE MOUNT EVEREST BASE CAMP AFTER DEADLY AVALANCHE
The guides' actions Wednesday put the entire climbing season in disarray. An avalanche April 18 killed 16 Sherpas and exposed long-simmering resentment by the guides over pay, treatment and benefits. Without the Sherpas, who are key guides and haul tons of gear up the mountain, it would be nearly impossible for climbers to scale Everest, and several expedition companies have canceled their climbs.