Watch: JD Vance Gets Called Out for ‘Fake’ Opioid Nonprofit in Brutal Senate Debate
“All you did with it was launch your political career,” Democratic candidate Tim Ryan told his opponent.
US Overdose Deaths Have Hit an All-Time High Due to ‘Perfect Storm’
Fatal overdoses surpassed 100,000 in a 12-month period, according to a new CDC report.
The Massive Opioid Trial Set to Start Today Just Took a Big Turn
Now there's only one defendant remaining in a test case meant to be the guide for future opioid litigation across the U.S.
Canada Might Have Found a Back Door to End the War on Drugs
Buckling under the overdose crisis, Vancouver is giving people prescription opioids to save them from fentanyl on the street.
Trump’s Drug Officials Warn of Looming Legal Chaos if Congress Doesn’t Ban Fentanyl Lookalikes
“We are running out of time, and if a solution isn’t found, prosecutors will undoubtedly be hindered, and drug traffickers will undoubtedly be helped”
The Case for Making Safe Drug Supply an Election Issue
On a National Day of Action, harm reduction advocates tell us what’s needed to put the overdose crisis on federal leaders’ agendas.
The Grace, Joys, and Sadnesses of 'Roma'
Plus, some upsetting new information about the way Oxycontin was marketed.
The opioid epidemic has a "silver lining" that's saving lives
A record-high uptick in organs available for donation could be the one good thing to come out of the crisis.
What an Addiction Doctor Wants You to Know About Treating Addiction
Some advice on how best to support your loved ones.
U.S. life expectancy is in an alarming decline. Here's why.
"Deaths of despair" are driving the longest period of declining life expectancy for Americans in 100 years
How Corrupt Rehab Facilities Cash in on Relapses
A sober home owner explains the dark side of the recovery industry.
This OxyContin Salesman of the Year doesn’t regret his work
He also takes opioids to manage his own debilitating back pain.