Sessions: 'We Are Facing The Deadliest Drug Crisis In American History'

Politics | Alex Pfeiffer
FILE PHOTO: U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions looks on during a news conference at the Justice Department in Washington, DC, U.S. on July 20, 2017. REUTERS/Aaron P. Bernstein/File Photo

‘64,000 Americans lost their lives to drug overdoses last year’

House Dems Go After Trump For Inaction On Opioid Overdose Epidemic

Politics | Alex Pfeiffer
Men transfer the body of a suspected opioid overdose at ForensicDx, a company which specializes in autopsies and scientific testing, in Windber, Pennsylvania, U.S. on August 9, 2017. REUTERS/Adrees Latif

‘Make good on your promise to help save the lives of many Americans’

Former MLB Star Says Faith In Jesus Helped Him Beat Opioid Addiction

US | Nick Givas

‘It’s in Jesus that my life changed forever’

FACT CHECK: Is America’s Drug Epidemic The ‘Deadliest’ In History?

Health | Kush Desai
Person shooting up drugs. Shutterstock by Jes2u.photo

The near future prognosis for America’s ongoing drug epidemic is bleak.

As Opioid Crisis Rages, Trump Says 'We Will Win'

Politics | Alex Pfeiffer
Prescription opioids in a baggie.

‘We have to win for our young people’

Drug Deaths Skyrocket In Vancouver Despite Legal Injection Sites

World | David Krayden
A used needle sits on the ground in a park in Lawrence, Massachusetts, U.S., May 30, 2017, where individuals were arrested earlier in the day during raids to break up heroin and fentanyl drug rings in the region, according to law enforcement officials. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

‘Drug dealers are entrepreneurs; they’ll relocate next to a Supervised Injection Site…’

Scott Walker Signs 11 Bills Investing Millions In Drug Treatment Programs

US | Anders Hagstrom
Republican Governor Scott Walker of Wisconsin speaks during the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in National Harbor, Maryland, U.S., February 23, 2017. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts

‘We’ve taken serious steps’

Maine's Answer To Opioid Crisis: Ban Gifts To Doctors

US | Anders Hagstrom
Maine Governor Paul LePage talks to reporters (REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst)

‘Addiction often starts in doctor’s offices’