The Friends star locked horns with the British journalist on BBC's Newsnight ... to the point where producers were dispatched to make sure they left the building via different exits.
Good to see support for Drug Courts. While their implementation varies across different jurisdictions, we've seen the benefit they can have in reducing harm and helping to break the cycle of AOD use, offending and imprisonment.
With our big comfortable sofas, vast armoury of networked gadgets and fridges groaning under the weight of chilled Chardonnay, it is little wonder that Britons are finding it ever more difficult to find reasons to venture out into the real world...
With obvious implications for alcohol related harms to individuals and families.
Residents in Seattle, Washington, have held a public celebration, marking 12 months of legalised recreational cannabis use. The question of whether or not to relax drug laws is facing many countries, with Uruguay recently becoming the first country to legalise marijuana.
As media reports of alcohol-fuelled violence fill our news bulletins and newspapers, it is worth recalling the trauma endured by the family of Thomas Kelly, from that fateful night when he was king hit, to his death two days later, to the court...
2013 will go down in history as the beginning of the end of our disastrous war on drugs. Here are some of the top stories that made 2013 a watershed year in the fight to end America's longest failed war.
Too many prescription painkillers are used when alternatives may work. Physicians need to be far more cautious about prescribing them. The NYC DOH and other public health agencies are right about this.
DENVER — Starting early next year, any adult with a craving or curiosity will be able to stroll into a strip mall or downtown shop in Colorado or Washington State and do what has long been forbidden: buy a zip-lock bag of legal marijuana.
A voluntary drug-testing service at some of Colombia's nightclubs is aiming to reduce the risk to revellers from impure substances. The free service, run by an NGO, uses a portable lab and chemicals to test samples of drugs for any "dangerous adulterants".