Oklahoma has one of the most severe opioid problems in the country, and it's especially bad in the 14 counties that make up the Cherokee Nation. Earlier this year, the Cherokee Nation's attorney general sued America's three largest pharmacies and the three largest prescription drug distributors. Chip Reid reports.
Pennsylvania Rep. Tom Marino withdrew under pressure as President Trump's nominee to be drug czar. The withdrawal followed a "60 Minutes" and Washington Post report that revealed Marino's role in legislation that makes it easier for drug companies to distribute opioids in the midst of an epidemic that is claiming thousands of lives. Nancy Cordes reports.