Native Washingtonian Minister Kevin Minor of Ministry Without Walls discusses his compelling soul-searching journey.
Ministry Without Walls
Santa Rosa, California
In the"60 Minutes"/Washington Post investigation on the opioid crisis in October, whistleblowers revealed how a new law weakened the DEA's ability to stop suspicious drug shipments within the U.S. In a follow-up investigation, they take a look at the biggest opioid case the DEA ever pursued against a drug company, McKesson. "60 Minutes" correspondent Bill Whitaker and Washington Post health reporter Lenny Bernstein join "CBS This Morning" to preview their Sunday report.
In 2016, Wall Street Journal video journalists Robert Libetti and Adya Beasley chronicled the devastating impact of opioid abuse. This is the story of four families touched by the epidemic.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says the opioid epidemic is becoming worse. In 45 states, ER visits for overdoses are up 30 percent -- and there are virtually no signs of it getting better. CBS News correspondent Dean Reynolds reports.
On this Rock Newman Show we take a look at the opioid crisis that is sweeping across the DC area and the nation. How has the problem reached epidemic levels and what is the government doing to stop it. Our guests includes Oval L. Miller, Sr. CEO of Black Alcohol/drug Service Information Center (BASIC), Roger A. Mitchell, Jr. MD DC Chief Medical Examiner and Dr. Earl Ettienne, Assistant Professor at the Howard University College of Pharmacy.
Powerful 1986 interview with Stanice Anderson (Grandy). 30 years free from the bondage of #Heroin addiction, she is an Author, Inspirational #Speaker, #Addiction Recovery Expert, and Blogged for #HuffingtonPost. #HopeIsContagious & spreading it is what she does.. Stanice's books include, I SAY A PRAYER FOR ME: One Woman's Life of Faith and Triumph (Warner), WALKING ON WATER WHEN THE GROUND AIN'T ENUF; 12-STEP PROGRAMS: A Resource Guide; and a contributing author of SISTAHFAITH (Howard/Simon & Shuster).