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The American Century Ends in the Middle East • Beijing is replacing Washington as the player with the contacts and the power to broker deals between rivals in the region
‘The Whiteboard Lady’ Makes Her Move • Rep. Katie Porter is making a bid for the Senate seat Dianne Feinstein will be leaving. To win, she’ll have to stand out in a crowded progressive field
THE OPIOID BACKLASH • PATIENTS WITH LEGITIMATE MEDICAL NEEDS ARE LOSING ACCESS TO OPIOIDS WHILE ADDICTION AND OVERDOSE RATES CONTINUE TO CLIMB
‘I PRESCRIBE OPIOIDS. WE SHOULDN’T TREAT EVERYONE LIKE AN ADDICT’ • A pain doctor cautions against “a blanket no” on opioids for all patients: “The pendulum has swung too far.”
‘OUR TOMMY DIED OF AN OPIOID OVERDOSE. WE’RE FAILING THE NEXT GENERATION’ • Losing her son to addiction turned this mother into an advocate for people with substance abuse disorders.
PAIN RELIEF WITHOUT OPIOIDS • Most doctors and other experts agree: Opioids should be a last resort for managing pain. Here are some of the alternatives to opioids that many patients find effective.
The CROWN — AT LAST • How King Charles III, Britain’s longest serving heir to the throne, overcame scandal and tragedy to finally reach CORONATION DAY
The LIFE of a KING • During his 70-year wait to ascend to the British throne, Charles II led a full life of service, marked by great happiness mixed with family sorrow and squabbles. Here's a look at some of the highlights and lowlights in pictures.
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