Bloomberg says 450,000 fewer adults smoke now than in 2002.
Or at least one crooked detective.
They say the labels limit free speech.
Many smokers like the city's new ban.
White House photog outs the chief's long-running dirty habit.
This afternoon Bloomberg signed the smoking ban into law.
The first lady thinks he's stopped, but she doesn't want to pry.
Apparently, they're flying off the shelves.
Hope you weren't planning to buy the MentholKillsMinorities.com domain.
Only the federal government can scare you away from smoking, a judge said.
Your DNA? Damaged goods.
"I hope all these kids buy them, smoke them, and get cancer."
They're pretty graphic.
Two packs a day.
They get patches and nicotine gum instead.
Smoke, smoke, smoke, smoke, smoke.
Cigarette taxes were raised another $1.60 per pack in New York.
He was knocking off 40 a day at one point, so this is good news.
In the past five years, 696 jerks have been charged for lighting up in the air.