The Origins of the American Opioid Epidemic

Last year alone, nearly 2,500 Canadians and 50,000 Americans lost their lives to opioid abuse. How should government, big pharma and cities across North America respond to this growing public health emergency? Rudyard Griffiths talks to Bloomberg reporter Caroline Chen about the origins of the opioid epidemic. (Source: Bloomberg)

Irma Weakens, But Leaves Cities Swamped in Its Wake
56:00 - Hurricane Irma slammed into Florida on Sunday as a category four storm after battering the Caribbean islands, but continued to weaken as it moved through the state, leaving at 4.7 million without power. Bloomberg's Erik Schatzker updates the conditions on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas." (Source: Bloomberg)
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