Psychiatrist Sally Satel on her eye-opening year at a clinic in Ironton, Ohio
The original formulation of OxyContin didn’t create the opioid crisis, argues psychiatrist Sally Satel, and removing it from the market didn’t make the problem go away.
J.D. Vance's memoir was an inherently political story. The film tries to ignore its context.
Expensive high-speed internet and job training won't transform Appalachia into "Silicon Holler."
McDowell Is the Poorest, Sickest, Most Hopeless County in America. Why Doesn't Everyone Just Leave? (Reason Podcast)
Ronald Bailey traveled back to his familial home to find out what went wrong in Appalachia.
A Reason writer returns to his family's home to investigate