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Russian company to name alcoholic drink after Gaddafi - RIA Novosti
As a Mormon, Romney does not drink alcohol or smoke, but admits to trying both ‘as a wayward teenager’
The much-maligned program is good for the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, and the rest of the United States.
We’re spending $2 billion a year on a program that helps foreign alcohol companies at the expense of U.S. taxpayers.
If you support states’ rights and the Constitution, you should support the Community Alcohol Regulatory Effectiveness Act.
If the bill passes, the state stands to lose $17 million in federal highway funding
A new study raises questions about the wisdom of lowering the drinking age.
The ‘coasters and posters’ campaign intends to make it difficult to get away from talk of government spending
An empty can of Four Loko that was found near the bodies of two California teens has kicked off a swirl of media coverage
After meeting with Dr. Phil internet sensation Ted Williams decided to enter rehab for alcohol and drug addiction
Having recently separated from wife Courteney Cox, David Arquette has reportedly begun rehab for alcohol and “other issues”
The science of your hangover - The Independent
Hangoverville is a place nobody wants to visit, but the road towards it is one many of us end up taking, especially during the party season
It is regulators, not college students, who should be forced to sober up.
Sunday alcohol sales on the rise in U.S. - ABC News
More states relax Sunday alcohol laws, with some stores selling booze as early as 6 a.m.
The FDA relies on research on Red Bull vodkas to ban Four Loko while leaving Red Bull vodkas untouched
Four Loko announced Tuesday that it was dropping caffeine, guarana and taurine from its product
Sold in fruit flavors like blue raspberry, the drink has an alcohol content of 12 percent and includes as much caffeine as a cup of coffee
Joining several states, Mass. will be restricting the sales of Four Loko and other alcoholic caffeinated drinks
A new study shows that drinking before bed might not cause sleep problems
New York man, out of second chances, will finally head to prison for an alcohol-fueled hit and run crash