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How drug companies helped drive the opioid crisis

The federal government says more than 28,000 people died by opioid overdose in 2014.

How drug companies helped drive the opioid crisis

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In facing death, this doctor sees a way to live well

When people are dying it changes how they live says BJ Miller.

In facing death, this doctor sees a way to live well

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Kaine, Pence hit the road to campaign in Pennsylvania

Both Gov. Mike Pence and Sen. Tim Kaine are in Pennsylvania. Judy Woodruff reports.

Kaine, Pence hit the road to campaign in Pennsylvania

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Stephen King wants to reach out and grab you

What scares Stephen King the most is not being able to write.

Stephen King wants to reach out and grab you

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What could the Paris climate accord accomplish?

Clinton supports the Paris accord but Trump says if elected, he would withdraw from it.

What could the Paris climate accord accomplish?

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Where Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton stand on gun control

The candidates have incredibly different views on gun control. John Yang reports.

Where Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton stand on gun control

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Why it pays to host a presidential debate

A debate is a huge investment in time and resources, but it also garners sizable returns.

Why it pays to host a presidential debate

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