Every year, millions of Americans travel to see loved ones. Under the Trump Administration’s travel ban, many Muslim Americans are grounded. The legal fight continues.
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At the city’s Insite facility, people who use drugs can self-inject in a safe, supervised environment using clean equipment.
The small city of Ithaca, New York, just launched one of the most innovative approaches to drug use anywhere in the United States.
With more affordable medicines, pervasive illnesses like hepatitis C can be treated more widely.
A new program in California could vastly improve both health and criminal justice outcomes for the state’s most vulnerable populations.
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Why is it still illegal to take a pill the World Health Organization calls an essential medicine?
Many governments are using the wrong metrics to evaluate their approach to drugs.
Across Eastern Europe and Central Asia, a number of innovative programs are helping to counter the threats that sex workers face on a regular basis.
In 1998, the world’s leaders hashed out a plan to create “a drug-free world.” In April, they’ll come together again—and search for a smarter way forward.
A U.S. Senate investigation concludes that a blockbuster hepatitis C drug was priced to drive profits, not innovation. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg.