Patrick Radden Keefe discusses how the family that helped create an overdose crisis that’s killed hundreds of thousands of Americans has escaped accountability.
The agency that regulates drug safety has become too cozy with the industry it’s supposed to oversee.
Keefe discusses his new book about the Sackler family and OxyContin, and Elisabeth Egan talks about JoAnne Tompkins’s debut novel, “What Comes After.”
Five articles from around The Times, narrated just for you.
Patrick Radden Keefe’s new book is about the Sacklers, the family whose company created the powerful painkiller that ushered in a new era of both pain management and opioid addiction.
Dive into a long-awaited biography of Philip Roth, an exposé of the Sackler family and novels from Cynthia D’Aprix Sweeney, Jhumpa Lahiri and Katherine Heiny.