Health Workers Ration Opioid Overdose Antidote Amid Price Hikes
The drug naloxone is known for its ability to bring back people on the brink of death from an opioid overdose , leading emergency responders and health workers to rely on it more than ever as the U.S. opioid epidemic worsens. The drug has been a cornerstone in the fight against opioid abuse. But
Keegan-Michael Key Sings Sam Cooke's 'You Send Me'
Key appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk about his new film "Don't Think Twice," working with Jordan Peele and "Luther."
Ethan Hawke Talks Chet Baker and 'Born To Be Blue'
Hawke appears on Popcorn with Peter Travers and looks back at his incredible big screen career.
Five Years After War Broke Out, Syrian Refugees Share Stories of Life Inside Camps
ABC News' Molly Hunter reports from a refugee base camp along the Greek and Macedonia border.
The Breaking Point: Young Parents Battling Heroin Addiction to Get Clean for Their Kids
Aaron Smith held up a needle he used to shoot heroin. “More or less this is all you need,” the 22-year-old said. It's what he called a “tool of the trade.” Smith started using heroin only a year ago. “It snowballed really quickly," he said. "To the point where I’d get up every day and my number one
Heroin Across America: ABC Stations Report on Heroin Epidemic Throughout the Nation
In addition to ABC News' "World News Tonight" anchor and "20/20" co-anchor David Muir's special report, "Breaking Point: Heroin in America," our ABC affiliates and ABC-owned stations across the country have also been reporting on the heroin epidemic. We’ve pulled together the best of their
Ithaca Unveils Radical New Strategy to Combat Intravenous Drug Use
The town of Ithaca, New York, is contemplating the creation of "safe" spaces for drug users, highlighting how some authorities are working to battle drug use by viewing it as a public health threat rather than simply an illegal act. Mayor Svante Myrick announced on Tuesday he would consider a
Why a Police Program Wants to Keep Drug Offenders Out of Jail
In Seattle, authorities are taking a new approach with the Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion (LEAD) program.
Why a Seattle Police Program Wants to Keep Low-Level Drug Offenders Out of Jail
In the war on drugs, Seattle police are on the frontlines, capturing users addicted to crack cocaine and heroin . The United States is currently in one of the worst heroin epidemics in history. Heroin deaths have skyrocketed from 2002 to 2013, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and
Missouri Police Task Force Battles Heroin Epidemic
"Nightline" was given exclusive behind-the-scenes access during a major drug bust in St. Charles, Missouri.