Hope amid the opioid crisis? Glimmers of progress since Trump declared national emergency
Friday, 12 October 2018 () Almost a year since President Trump declared the opioid crisis a national emergency, the scourge remains one of the biggest killers in America. But glimmers of hope are starting to emerge.
(CNN)Imagine this: A president, concerned about the opioid crisis that is ravaging many communities, particularly white, Midwestern communities, invites a retired football player and a famous musician to talk about the crisis. And imagine that this is one of the few high-level meetings he has about...
According to a report by Huffpost, on Wednesday, the Federal Emergency Management Agency tested its first wireless alert system, a new feature that will allow President Donald Trump to send emergency..
More than 200 million cellphones will sound off in America at the same time on Wednesday. According to Reuters, the Trump administration plans to send messages to test a previously unused presidential..