"I just felt like a captain of a sinking ship:" What it's like to manage a dying Sears
Don Fisher had worked at Sears since 1987, when he was a teenager in Phoenix, Arizona.
“My brain was fucked up”: This guy could be the first person to get amnesia from a fentanyl overdose
Huge doses of fentanyl can trigger seizures, which in turn can cause brain damage.
The busboy who held RFK as he lay dying blamed himself for years
Bobby Kennedy's last words were, "Is everyone OK? Everything is going to be OK."
This Republican is going after Big Pharma for the opioid crisis ravaging his state
Drug wholesalers poured 780 million hydrocodone and oxycodone pills into West Virginia over a six-year period.
There are no states in the U.S. that ban child marriage
In half of US states, there is no legal minimum age for marriage.
Addicted mothers have a chance to see their kids again at this Oklahoma home
At She Brews Coffee House in Claremore, Oklahoma, the baristas serving coffee and pastries behind the counter all share an open secret: They’re all mothers who've been incarcerated as a result of their drug addiction.
Deaf culture is shifting as hearing-restoring tech gains traction
Today, more than 40 percent of American children born deaf receive cochlear implants. The technology effectively restores hearing by bypassing the ear and delivering audio information directly to the brain. The vast majority of deaf children who are...