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Police in Birmingham, England, arrested a man who was driving with an open can of Guinness and a glass of the liquid in his car cup holders.

Police arrested a man in the UK for driving with a pint of Guinness in his car cup holder

"This man is going to have a headache in interview this morning!" Acocks Green Police in Birmingham, England, tweeted.
Sunita Jairam, 48, was arrested Sunday.

Woman drove 150 miles per hour while drunk to ‘teach her son a lesson,’ police say

She reportedly told police that she "drank a bunch of beer and got in her car to drive" and that she drove up to 150 miles an hour.
The Abbas Family.

A family of 5 was killed in what is believed to be a wrong-way crash involving a drunk driver

A Michigan family of five was killed in a car accident in Kentucky, early Sunday morning, according to the Lexington Police Department.

A Michigan sheriff asked not to be arrested on drunk driving charges: ‘Jesus Christ, I’m a sheriff’

On Thursday, Michigan sheriff Scott Stephenson pleaded guilty to operating a motor vehicle while visibly impaired.
Waymo has joined with MADD.

Waymo and Mothers Against Drunk Driving team up to show how self-driving cars can get unsafe drivers off the road

Waymo and Mothers Against Drunk Driving has teamed up to show how autonomous vehicles can get unsafe drivers off the road

You can now get a Lyft beer — and a discounted ride to go with it

The new beer is called Five Star Lager, and for now it's only available in Chicago.
A Navy corpsman protecting his face from dust blown by an MV-22 Osprey external lift at Landing Zone Bull in California in 2014.

US military bars troops in Japan from drinking after fatal crash involving Marine police say had 3 times legal blood alcohol level

The Japanese police told Reuters the Marine had three times the legal level of alcohol in his blood at the time of a crash in which a Japanese man was killed.

Drunken-driving convictions could increase because of the Supreme Court’s recent ruling

Allowing warrantless breathalyzers effectively criminalize the refusal of them and affects laws in 11 states.

This 13-year-old came up with a brilliant way to stop people from driving drunk or high

His invention detects things a normal breathalyzer can't.