The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) last Thursday announced it will order top-seller Juul to take its e-cigarettes off the shelves in the U.S. market. The move comes amid a push to cap nicotine in cigarettes and signals the Biden administration is escalating its attempt to limit tobacco use. The order impacts the JUUL device and four types of JUUL pods, the FDA said. The decision follows a nearly two-year review by the FDA of Juul’s data as the vaping company sought authorization for its products to stay on the U.S. market, according to the Wall Street Journal. Read more.