Iraq Vet Returns as Addict, a Military Problem

Dec. 7 (Bloomberg) -- Nira Williams became addicted to painkillers and other drugs while serving the U.S. Army in Iraq. Discharged without benefits, the 25-year-old faced homelessness on the streets of Phoenix. Williams is a casualty of a surge in substance abuse in the armed services that a Pentagon-commissioned report described as serious enough to constitute a "public health crisis." Nina Burleigh reports. (Source: Bloomberg)
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10:49 - March 5 -- JPMorgan Chief Market Strategist U.K. and Europe Stephanie Flanders discusses the ECB’s bond buying program and monetary policy. She speaks on “The Pulse.”
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