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Middle and high schoolers booed Melania Trump for 30 seconds at an opioid-awareness event in Baltimore
The booing lasted for about 30 seconds as first lady Melania Trump was introduced at the Baltimore Youth Summit on Opioid Awareness.
Is the University of Southern California facing its own opioid crisis? Some students seem to think so.
The University of Southern California and other colleges around the country are struggling with how to respond to the ongoing opioid crisis.
Between 1999 and 2017, more than 218,000 people in the US died from overdoses related to prescription opioids.
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New York authorities discovered $1 billion in wire transfers by the Sackler family as authorities suspect they are hiding wealth from lawsuits
The family has been accused of helping ignite America's opioid crisis as sales of OxyContin helped the family build a $13 billion fortune.
Purdue Pharma and its billionaire owners may end up giving billions in OxyContin profits to communities harmed by the opioid crisis
The proposal would mark a departure from the fates of other companies accused of stoking public-health crises.
The indictment says the charges were necessary to combat the company's profits from vulnerable areas that are the hardest-hit by the opioid epidemic.
New federal data exposes how America’s largest drug companies flooded the country with 76 billion opioid pills in a seven-year period
Nearly 100,000 people died as a result of opioid overdoses during the same seven-year period the US was being flooded with opioid pills.
An Ohio doctor faces 25 murder charges after prosecutors say he prescribed patients excessive amounts of painkillers, including fentanyl
William Husel, 43, turned himself in on Wednesday and pleaded not guilty to each charge. Each count yields a sentence of 15 years to life in prison.
Elizabeth Warren is picking a fight with the billionaire family that is accused of deceptively marketing opioids like OxyContin
Warren targeted the Sacklers while laying out her $100 billion plan to fight the opioid crisis, which she would fund with her "ultra-millionaire" tax.