His televised speech is laden with dark rhetoric on immigration but provides little to help break the shutdown stalemate.
The president makes me feel like I'm back on Dexedrine, with all the usual liabilities and more.
Anti-capital-punishment advocates have an unlikely new ally in their fight against the death penalty: pharmaceutical companies.
Whether they came to the U.S. alone or were forcibly separated from their families at the border, despondent minors are often pressured into taking psychotropic drugs without approval from a parent or guardian.
Donald Trump promised to rein in drug prices, but his plan does little but add another battering ram to his ongoing economic war against America’s allies.
Led by people living in recovery or still facing addiction—along with family members whose loved ones died from overdoses—the movement is becoming increasingly organized.
Jeff Kaufman joined the New York Police Department in 1980 because he wanted to serve his community. He left six years later because the state’s drug laws made that impossible.
Even states hard hit by the abuse epidemic lack a way to specify opioids—or any other drug—as a contributing factor in the removal of children from their homes.
As insurers ask consumers to pay a greater share of their drug costs, it may be cheaper to pay cash than use an insurance card.
Widening legalization of marijuana possession is no help to many convicts. One Louisiana prisoner has been locked up since 2008 because of a $20 deal.