Nine out of 10 high-schoolers chose not to drink and drive in 2011, according to the CDC. Safety advocacy groups and government agencies have worked with youths and parents on the issue.
Charlie Sheen's history of drug abuse is a source of fascination (and profits) for the media. Would he be as popular with reporters if he were often drunk in public?
The report puts the number of car crashes caused by cell phone use and texting at 1.6 million – one million more than previously thought. A new advocacy group against 'distracted driving' is patterned after Mothers Against Drunk Driving.
The share of Americans driving while intoxicated was 2.2 percent in a new survey. But 16.3 percent of drivers had traces of drugs in their system.
A call to examine the age-21 threshold has sparked heated debate on campuses.
National Popular Vote initiative would change how states cast Electoral College votes.