Binge Drinking News
App Entrepreneur Launches Petition to Bring Back Happy Hour to Boston
In early June, Sam Davidson attended a cookout in Boston. Over the course of a few drinks, friends visiting from New York regaled the group with memories of fun times during happy hours after work with colleagues. The friends then found themselves rehashing a conversation they had had many time
Stanford Judge Reignites Debate After Leaving Other Sex Case
The California judge who sentenced a former Stanford University swimmer to six months in jail for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman reignited debate about him serving on the bench after he removed himself from a separate sex-crimes case
Ex-Stanford Student Brock Turner Blames 'Party Culture' for Sexual Assault
Brock Turner, the former Stanford University swimmer who was convicted last week of sexually assaulting an unconscious woman on campus, blamed the “party culture” of “college life” for his actions. ABC News obtained a copy of Turner’s full statement to Judge Aaron Persky, who sentenced the
Blake Shelton Sues In Touch Weekly Magazine
The country superstar describes the "Rehab for Blake" cover story as "totally false."
“CONSENT ON CAMPUS: A NIGHTLINE EVENT” Airing On “Nightline,” February 24 on ABC
An Eye-Opening Look at Sexual Assault and Consent Education on College Campuses From the Ivy League to public universities to community colleges, sexual assault on college campuses has become a sweeping nationwide epidemic impossible to ignore. ABC News’ “Nightline” tackles this growing problem
Index: NFL Rams Moving Back to L.A.
Maturity index tonight at an update now on that deadly house fire we told you about in Cleveland a family of four dead the roof gone and tonight. Authorities now ruling it was arson. The investigation does continue and who started it. The very personal warning tonight being read by hundreds of
10 Habits That Make You Miserable Every Winter
Let's face it: Unless you're a ski bum, winter's frigid temps and shorter days can really bring on the blues. "The cold and gray present significant challenges to all of us," says Carol Ewing Garber, PhD, an exercise physiologist and professor of movement sciences at Columbia University in New York
Personal, national pride part of latest Beer Mile buzz
When James "The Beast" Nielsen went to bed in Novato, California, on Aug. 6, he was the undisputed leader in the arcane but strangely absorbing world of the beer mile. Some 16 months earlier, he had downed a tepid Budweiser, sprinted a quarter mile around a deserted local track and, after repeating
Study Breaks Down 'Types' of Drinkers from 'Ernest Hemingway' to 'Mary Poppins'
Can a few too many cocktails turn you into “Mr. Hyde”? Or maybe " Ernest Hemingway "? Researchers at the University of Missouri-Columbia are aiming to find out by examining the personality traits of college students after they’ve had a few drinks. A new study, published in the Addiction, Research &