(NEW YORK) -- From popular sayings like mommy juice, wine down, rose all day and happy hour to T-shirts that read "Mama needs wine," the marketing of alcohol towards women in America is omnipresent. And while women have historically consumed less alcohol than men, that... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- American Airlines will not serve alcohol in coach until at least 2022, aligning with the expiration of the Transportation Security Administration's federal mask mandate for airports and planes. American and Southwest airlines suspended alcohol sales early in the pandemic and said they... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- The Federal Aviation Administration is calling on U.S. airports to help put an end to the recent spike in unruly passenger cases. The FAA is urging airport police to arrest more people who are unruly or violent on flights and asking airport bars... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) — COVID-19 restrictions were designed to stem the tide of the biggest public health crisis in 100 years. As the virus began to recede with mass vaccination, many of the most burdensome were relaxed or dropped altogether. But there was at least one that many... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Drug and alcohol-related jail deaths have skyrocketed in recent years, according to a recent report from the Bureau of Justice Statistics and experts say that spike goes hand-in-hand with the continued criminalization of substance abuse in the United States and lack... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- New Yorkers can once again cozy up to a bar and eat inside restaurants, but as of Friday the additional revenue stream and lifeline for the struggling hospitality industry -- and perk for the 21-and-older crowd amid the pandemic -- will... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- The behavior of honeybees may hold the key to future studies of alcohol addiction, according to new research. Worker honeybees that were fed alcohol-spiked food, a sucrose solution with about 1% ethanol added, for a long period of time experienced withdrawal symptoms... Read More.
(NOTE LANGUAGE) According to a new report, actor Armie Hammer has entered rehab to treat drug, alcohol, and sex issues. Vanity Fair reports that three sources confirm that Hammer, 34, entered rehab on May 31. One source, who claims to be close with the actor, said Hammer asked estranged... Read More.
(RICHMOND, Va.) — Virginia Commonwealth University freshman Adam Oakes, who died after attending an alleged fraternity hazing event, died from alcohol poisoning, the medical examiner's office has ruled. Oakes' cause of death was "ethanol toxicity" and the manner of death was ruled an "accident," Arkuie... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Whether you drink hard seltzer, beer or wine, your alcoholic beverages of choice will soon be available for same-day delivery from Target. Target's same-day pickup and delivery services are expanding to include alcohol items, the retailer announced Monday. The option is officially available... Read More.