The Opioid Files

The biggest civil trial in U.S. history will start with two Ohio counties

Cuyahoga County and Summit County soon will be at the center of the most important legal test of how much responsibility drug companies bear for the opioid epidemic.
A drugstore in one Cleveland suburb received millions of pain pills, more than any other in Cuyahoga County, over a seven-year period.
(Joyce Koh, Dalton Bennett/The Post)

We were ‘addicted to their pill,’ but they were ‘addicted to the money’

A group of recovering addicts in Abingdon, Va., respond to The Post’s reporting on what company executives said in emails as the opioid crisis raged on.
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Leaked documents reveal Huawei’s secret operations to build North Korea’s wireless network

The company, which faces growing scrutiny and suspicion, worked with another Chinese firm to funnel equipment across the border for nearly a decade, internal documents say.

EPA watchdog is probing ethics practices of key architect of Trump administration’s climate policy

Bill Wehrum, who resigned last month, is being examined for interactions with his former law firm and its clients, say individuals who spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the matter.
The Rev. Stephen Howard’s sermon at Cornerstone Missionary Baptist Church had strong words about the rally. (Eamon Queeney for The Post)
The Rev. Stephen Howard’s sermon at Cornerstone Missionary Baptist Church had strong words about the rally. (Eamon Queeney for The Post)
Unity Free Will Baptist Church Pastor Jeff Manning wondered whether the president was a “true believer.” (Eamon Queeney for The Post)
Unity Free Will Baptist Church Pastor Jeff Manning wondered whether the president was a “true believer.” (Eamon Queeney for The Post)
Brad Smith, senior pastor at Memorial Baptist Church, decided to make only a fleeting mention of the rally. (Eamon Queeney for The Post)
Brad Smith, senior pastor at Memorial Baptist Church, decided to make only a fleeting mention of the rally. (Eamon Queeney for The Post)

During America’s ‘most segregated hour,’ preachers grapple with President Trump’s politics

In Greenville, N.C., where Trump supporters chanted “Send her back!” in reference to Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.), who is Muslim and a refugee, leaders of three congregations handled the moment differently in the pulpit.
(The Post)
The public is invited to pay respects to the retired justice, who died last week at the age of 99.
Footage showed a white-shirted gang clubbing people in a subway station, leaving dozens injured.
The agreement appeared likely to mark a retreat for White House officials who had demanded major spending cuts in exchange for a new budget deal. Negotiators are awaiting final approval from the president.
The chief of the Gretna Police Department in Louisiana called his officer's comments “disturbing” but stopped short of saying it was a threat.
Today’s WorldView
Analysis
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s meeting with the president will be a get-together of two celebrity gadflies turned rabble-rousing, nationalist politicians.
The massive breach of the credit reporting agency’s systems left more than 147 million Americans’ names, Social Security numbers, credit card details and other sensitive information exposed.
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Boris Johnson’s biographers, friends and rivals talk to The Post about how they interpret his personality through his writing.
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The fighters have been crossing from Syria since the self-proclaimed caliphate’s defeat there earlier this year.
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Special Report

For ‘client’ Jeffrey Epstein, an unlocked cell in a Florida jail

Documents shed new light on the apparent deference granted to the wealthy financier while in the custody of Palm Beach County.
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