Everything really is bigger in Texas. Even alcohol expenditure.
Data from a breathalyzer app and the news.
There's a global beer behemoth in the works.
If you prefer red wine to white, you're not alone.
Pumpkin-flavored beer sales have grown by more than 1,500% in the past 10 years.
In Oklahoma, getting high is cheaper than getting drunk. In Nevada? Not so much.
Some states like beer, some states like wine, and some states love hard alcohol.
Lend us your ears, and we'll sell you our beers.
New Mexico has the nation's highest death rate due to excessive drinking. The lowest? New Jersey.
Teenagers care more about the label on the bottle than the price of the booze.
Drug tests would be a massive waste of resources and would stigmatize the poor.
The tobacco settlement in the late 1990s reduced smoking in adult-targeted movies by 85.4 percent in a single year.
Federal regulators recommend reducing the blood alcohol cutoff from 0.08 to 0.05. Would that do any good?
The BEER Act would take the excise tax on ales and lagers back to 1990 levels. That means more violence and car accidents.
"All illegal drugs combined are to alcohol as the Mediterranean is to the Pacific. And we have our whole navy in the Mediterranean."