Addict Lives With 'Monster' That's Waiting to Pounce

Addict Lives With 'Monster' That's Waiting To Pounce
In the 1980's and 90's, crack cocaine ravaged the nation's capitol, helping to earn D.C. the moniker "the murder capital of the United States." For this week's Sunday Conversation, NPR's Rachel Martin speaks with Ruben Castaneda, who was himself addicted to crack even while he reported on the crack epidemic for The Washington Post . Crack Cocaine Addiction – Yahoo News Search Results

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