Grandparents Are Raising the Orphans of the Opioid Crisis

Retirees are trading sedans for minivans, moving out of senior communities and searching for work at record numbers — all to cover the new expenses that come with playing mom and dad again

How One Father’s Grief for His Slain Son Became an Exposé on America’s Crippling Opioid Crisis

The directors of Netflix’s true-crime series ‘The Pharmacist’ talk about our hopelessly addictive personalities, the anguish of losing a child and what should happen to the people who unleashed OxyContin into the world

The Drugstore Cowboy in the Opioid Crisis

‘In Indiana, criminals can rob a pharmacy faster than you can take money out of an ATM’

How Are Dentists Reckoning With the Opioid Crisis?

Nearly 6 percent of teens and young adults given opioids after an extraction become addicted