(NEW YORK) -- The mother and sister of Shanquella Robinson, the 25-year-old woman who died while vacationing in Mexico last month, told ABC News' Good Morning America in an exclusive interview that they knew she didn't die of alcohol poisoning. Her death is being investigated... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Martin’s drinking started early. In elementary school, his father would offer swigs of Budweiser in the car during their daily pilgrimage from Pomona to Hollywood, California to pick up his mother from cosmetology class, he told ABC News. Decades later, after churning through... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- From sayings like "mommy juice" and "rosé all day" to happy hours, drinking is part of American culture, particularly for women. One thing that is less discussed though is alcohol's link to cancer, and how that impacts women. "We're finding that probably anywhere... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Southwest flight attendants are "outraged" after the airline announced on Thursday that it is planning to resume on-board alcohol sales in two weeks. The airline had postponed the return of alcohol sales in late May citing the uptick in unruly passenger incidents. The... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- A freshman at the University of Kentucky died from alcohol toxicity Monday night after he was found unresponsive at his fraternity house, officials said. University police officers were called to FarmHouse Fraternity at about 6:22 p.m. Monday where Thomas Lofton Hazlewood, an... Read More.
(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.