Photo: Jan Rader and Andrew Sullivan, a recovered opioid addict, in "Heroin(e)." Courtesy of Netflix.
Oscar-nominated 'Heroin(e)' follows women fighting opioid addiction
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What can we expect from Brad Parscale as Trump's 2020 campaign manager?
This week, President Trump announced Brad Parscale as his 2020 campaign manager. Parscale ran Trump’s digital media operations during the last campaign. That means a lot of...
With $1 billion buy of smart doorbell 'Ring,' Amazon expands its empire
Amazon yesterday bought the Santa Monica-based company Ring for $1 billion. Ring makes high tech doorbells. When someone comes to your home, you can see who it is on your...
'Heroin(e)' profiles the first responders who tackle the opioid crisis
Opioid overdose is the leading cause of death for Americans under the age of 50. It’s estimated that one American dies from an opioid overdose every 15 minutes.
How the American way of life created the opioid epidemic
Writer Andrew Sullivan argues that the opioid epidemic is a symptom of a larger cultural problem of American identity -- modern American life is dragging us into addiction.