The Dirty Jobs host is freaked out by the number of men who have dropped out of the workplace.
The country's favorite blue-collar champion calls attention to the 'skills gap' and asks why young men spend so much time online.
While the lethal effects of Iran’s booze ban are widely recognized, politicians ignore similar consequences from U.S. drug laws.
Anchor Brewing was sunk by the same forces that former owner Fritz Maytag helped unleash by nurturing America's craft beer revolution.
The new energy drink has about as much caffeine as a large Starbucks coffee.
Court Says Prostitution Law Doesn't Violate First Amendment but Language Should Be Interpreted Narrowly
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Fireworks consumption is at record levels even as fireworks injuries fall.
After many failed efforts at reform, the Oregon Legislature has passed a bill allowing gas stations to designate up to half their pumps as self-service.
In California, officials are pushing pension funds to divest from fossil fuels, firearms manufacturers, and tobacco companies. Red states are retaliating. This is madness.
But don't expect taxpayers to rescue adventurers when they fail, either.
Proposed zoning amendments would bar some existing medical dispensaries from participating in recreational sales, should the state ever decide to legalize them.
New mandates in states like Utah and Virginia will lock in large incumbents like PornHub while discouraging positive trends and self-regulation in the industry.
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The state seems to think kids don't like the taste of peach.
Prosecutors also want a judge to take basically all possible defenses off the table.
The White House insists it doesn't want to ban gas stoves but still needs the power to do so.
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The organization has a long history of pushing bogus anti-tobacco claims.
A bill that would expand wine sales in the Empire State is meeting familiar resistance from entrenched interests.
Thanks to the city's Initiative 71, Lit City Smoke Shop is part of D.C.'s thriving weed-gifting industry.
High taxes and heavy regulations are as effective as prohibition at creating black markets.
New York's budget deal includes a ban on gas stoves in new residential construction.
'Reprehensible and Plainly Unconstitutional': Child Welfare Agents Took Their Kids. Now They're Suing.
Even though a family pediatrician said she had "zero concerns," child welfare services still seized Josh Sabey's and Sarah Perkins' two young children. It took four months for the couple to regain custody.
Kathy Hochul isn't just waging a war on menthols. She's also floating a ban on all cigarette sales in the state.
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There is no demonstrable link between alcohol delivery laws and our heightened pandemic drinking.
One of America's richest art forms suffers for seeming realer than other literature. But the war against "graphic imagery" is really a war against certain truths.
As former Backpage execs await their August trial, the shutdown is still worsening the lives it was supposed to improve.
Three reasons not to ban the popular social media app
A government big enough to "solve" your minor irritants will do plenty of other stuff you don't like.
Which sentence in this podcast was generated using A.I.?
The 5th Circuit Rebukes the FDA for Flouting the Law While Imposing a De Facto Ban on Flavored E-Cigarettes
The appeals court says regulators violated the Administrative Procedure Act when they tried to pull menthol vapes off the market.