The number of Americans dying from drugs, alcohol and suicide continues to climb. And while the rising death toll is cross-generational, a new report shows millennials are especially affected.
After soy and gluten allergies pushed one Alexandria, Virginia, resident to give up beer and wine, all was not lost since he had fallen in love with hard cider. Learn more about how Lost Boy Cider came to be.
The Arlington Restaurant Initiative provides standards and special training aimed at reducing the harm from alcohol. The county has accredited 30 bars and restaurants and it wants more to join its voluntary program designed to make night life safer.
A so-called Sober Curious movement that’s been gaining in popularity focuses on eliminating alcohol for health, sleep and wellness reasons, and its founder encourages people to participate by asking them to imagine “what it’s like to live hangover free.”
A new initiative in Arlington, Virginia, is aimed at improving nightlife safety by providing effective standards for establishments that serve alcohol.
The manager of alcohol public policy will be based in Greater Washington and “will create, execute, and manage key public policy issues related to alcohol procurement and sales.”
The study, published in The Lancet, counters the findings of some previous studies that have shown links between moderate alcohol intake and heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes and certain types of cancer.
There’s new legislation going through city hall that would allow small businesses that make wine, beer or spirits in D.C. to open locations outside of where they make their product.
Maryland lawmakers have moved closer to a compromise bill that boosts the state’s craft brewing industry.
The victims were said to have consumed unregulated moonshine, known locally as “country-made liquor.” The incident is the latest in India’s long battle to control fake or illegal alcohol.
The day before state legislative committees were to hold hearings over who should be regulating Maryland’s alcohol industry, key players in the debate held dueling news conferences featuring a healthy dose of trash talking.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam has signed legislation banning people under 21 from buying tobacco and nicotine products, a measure enacted in a state known historically for its tobacco production.
As more states decriminalize marijuana, Maryland State Police are seeing a large jump in the number of weed-related impaired driving crashes and violations.
Beer before wine is fine? Not according to a group of scientists who now have said that’s not true: The order in which drinks are consumed doesn’t affect a hangover.
A federal appeals court is set to reconsider a challenge to a Virginia law that allows police to arrest people designated as “habitual drunkards” if they are caught with alcohol.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.