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A ruthless Mexican drug lord's empire is devastating families with its grip on small-town A ruthless Mexican drug lord's empire is devastating families with its grip on small-town
Wed, November, 27, 2019
A ruthless Mexican drug lord's empire is devastating families with its grip on a small-town. Beth Warren from the Louisville Courier-Journal gives us an in-depth look.
Investigators Use New Strategy to Combat Opioid Crisis: Data Analytics Investigators Use New Strategy to Combat Opioid Crisis: Data Analytics
Wed, August, 28, 2019
With the opioid crisis ravaging much of America, The WSJ's Byron Tau tells us how the justice department is now using medical databases to keep a close watch on pharmacies and doctors who may be fueling this epidemic.
National Drug & Alcohol Facts Week National Drug & Alcohol Facts Week
Wed, January, 23, 2019
Dr. Ruben Baler from the National Institute on Drug Abuse joins Jennifer Kushinka to highlight national drug and alcohol facts week.
Opioid vs. Crack: Congress Reconsiders Its Approach to Drug Epidemic Opioid vs. Crack: Congress Reconsiders Its Approach to Drug Epidemic
Tue, May, 8, 2018
Kristina Peterson from the Wall Street Journal and Gordon Deal discuss how the opioid epidemic is changing congresses approach towards prosecution.
Opioid Crisis Hits Hardest in Counties That Voted for Trump. Opioid Crisis Hits Hardest in Counties That Voted for Trump.
Fri, August, 11, 2017
In Trump country, the opioid crisis is raging. Dante Chinni from the Wall Street Journal explains what the White House is trying to do.
60 Percent of Americans Take at Least One Medication 60 Percent of Americans Take at Least One Medication
Mon, November, 9, 2015
More Americans are using prescription drugs to treat their chronic diseases. Jessica Firger of Newsweek discusses some reasons why.