Author William Brewer didn’t want to write a book about the drug crisis decimating his state, but it was a topic he couldn’t avoid. Watching the people around him succumb to addiction, he set out to capture the crisis in…
By Mary Jo Brooks
Trump will visit Lily's Place, a drug treatment center where staff ease help infants born with neonatal abstinence syndrome, a cluster of symptoms that stem from a newborn's exposure to opioids during a mother's pregnancy.
By Joshua Barajas
Last week, the Commission on Combating Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis asked President Donald Trump to declare a national state of emergency to address this public health epidemic.
By Laura Santhanam
Huntington Mayor Steve Williams, the leader of the city where Trump held his rally, said “labels don’t matter.” What does matter is working together on issues like the opioid crisis, which has ravaged his city.
By Laura Santhanam
Justice, a billionaire who made his fortune from the coal industry, became governor in November.
Democrats “can continue their obsession with the Russian hoax or they can serve the interests of the American people,” Trump said after Justice’s announcement. “Try winning at the voting booth.”…
Join the NewsHour on Twitter this Thursday at 1 p.m. EDT to answer questions over how political beliefs can divide certain communities in the country.
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Buckhannon, West Virginia, calls itself “the most Trumpian place in America.” But since Donald Trump won November’s election, a growing number of women have been taking a stand against the president and his policies. Hari Sreenivasan talks with the NewsHour’s…
When science reporter Cameron Hickey made a recent trip to West Virginia coal mines, it afforded him a unique opportunity to bring what he learned back home -- for his son's science fair project.
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