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There are reports that federal prosecutors have opened an investigation into opioid makers and they plan to go after them the same way they go after drug deals. Meg Tirrell has more for us.
A settlement was reached just before a major opioid trial was set to begin but as Meg Tirrell tells us the story is far from over.
State attorneys general are setting their sites on one of America’s richest families as they take aim at the opioid epidemic. Meg Tirrell reports.
Meg Tirrell reports on the pharmaceutical companies that are in the center of opioid settlement talks.
Our Meg Tirrell continues her reporting from Norman, Oklahoma where there is still more opioid litigation ahead.
Oxycontin maker Purdue Pharma is reportedly in talks to settle thousands of lawsuits against that company for billions of dollars. Ylan Mui has more for us.
Meg Tirrell reports on one drug company’s strategy to combat itself from possible liabilities of its oxycodone and hydrocodone pills
There’s a new study that shows opioid prescriptions are on the decline and how the addiction epidemic is evolving. Meg Tirrell has more.
Opioid prescriptions are on the decline in the U.S., according to a new report from the Iqvia Institute. But experts say the number is still too high.
Drug dealers are using bitcoin to finance the deadly wave of fentanyl flooding into the country from overseas. We follow the money from Main Street to the dark web and show how the cryptocraze allows drugs to get delivered right to your doorstep.
A retail crime has become well known for feeding drug addictions. It hinges on gift cards.