The Daily Podcast: Assigning Blame in the Opioid Epidemic

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The Other Side of Opioids

LAS VEGAS - Nightly newscasts across the country are filled with stories about the opioid epidemic -- the opioid crisis. Tens of thousands of Americans who die each year are found with opioids in their systems, and so government at every level has stepped in to put limits on otherwise legal medications, including here in Nevada. For millions of chronic pain patients, the crackdown has been a nightmare. They are the forgotten victims in the opioid debate. Approximately 50,000 people a year die with opioids of one kind or another in their systems. The number you don't hear is this one -- there are as many as 25 million Americans who suffer with chronic pain. For many of them, opioid medication means the difference between leading somewhat normal lives, or surviving in constant agony. These are not the people who O.D. on heroin or mix drugs with booze. For the most part, they suffer and die in silence.

W5: Fentanyl crisis ruining lives in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont.

W5 and Vice Canada team up for a special investigation into how Canada's opioid crisis has spread to smaller communities, slowly taking over the streets and overwhelming both users and the people trying to keep them alive. Subscribe to W5 to watch more videos: Connect with W5: For the latest investigations visit: For a full video offering visit the CTV News Network: W5 on Facebook: W5 on Twitter: --- W5 is Canada’s most-watched investigative, current affairs and documentary program. Tackling major stories and investigations W5 is in its 51st season.

Michael Barbaro & Rukmini Callimachi | "The Daily" Live on Stage | SXSW 2018

In just one year, “The Daily” has become the top news podcast in the country, redefining the sound of The New York Times and introducing Times journalism to a broad new audience. Join Michael Barbaro, host of “The Daily,” as he interviews Rukmini Callimachi, an award-winning Times foreign correspondent who is the foremost expert on Islamic terrorism. They will discuss the threat of ISIS as well as the innovative ways The Times has used audio storytelling to reimagine its journalism and create a more intimate and enriching experience for listeners. Subscribe: About SXSW: Started in 1987, South by Southwest (SXSW) is a set of film, interactive, and music festivals and conferences that take place early each year in mid-March in Austin, Texas. SXSW’s original goal was to create an event that would act as a tool for creative people and the companies they work with to develop their careers, to bring together people from a wide area to meet and share ideas. That continues to be the goal today whether it is music, film or interactive technologies. Connect with SXSW Online: Visit the SXSW WEBSITE: Like SXSW on FACEBOOK: Follow SXSW on TWITTER:

FADED Fentanyl's Impact

FADED is a documentary that follows four families that have been impacted by the synthetic drug Fentanyl. This video is intended to help inform you about the extreme dangers of Fentanyl, a lethal synthetic drug impacting our community and is resulting in overdoses and death. This is not an issue that is targeting certain socioeconomic classes; it is being abused by a wide range of youth and is easily obtained.

One Nation, Overdosed: Documentary On The Deadliest Drug Crisis In American History (Full) | MSNBC

MSNBC’s Jacob Soboroff examines the cause of the deadliest drug crisis in American history. » Subscribe to MSNBC: About: MSNBC is the premier destination for in-depth analysis of daily headlines, insightful political commentary and informed perspectives. Reaching more than 95 million households worldwide, MSNBC offers a full schedule of live news coverage, political opinions and award-winning documentary programming -- 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Connect with MSNBC Online Visit Find MSNBC on Facebook: Follow MSNBC on Twitter: Follow MSNBC on Google+: Follow MSNBC on Instagram: Follow MSNBC on Tumblr: One Nation, Overdosed: Documentary On The Deadliest Drug Crisis In American History (Full) | MSNBC

United States prosecutors are looking to hold people criminally accountable for overdose deaths. They’re settling on unexpected targets: other users. Guests: Kimberly Elkins, whose fiancé died of a fentanyl overdose, and Rosa Goldensohn, who reported on the opioid crisis for The New York Times. For more information on today’s episode, visit

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