West Virginia's High Overdose Death Rate, 'Come From Away,' Trombonist Carol Jarvis, The Battle That Changed The Vietnam War

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A unit of U.S. Marines rests alongside a battered wall of Hue's imperial palace after a battle for the Citadel in February 1968, during the Tet Offensive.

New Yorker staff writer Margaret Talbot on how residents of West Virginia -- the state with the highest overdose death rate in the country -- are trying to push back against an opioid epidemic. Actress Jenn Colella, director Chris Ashley and choreographer Kelly Devine discuss their Broadway play, "Come From Away." Trombonist Carol Jarvis on her music and career, and performs live in studio. Author Mark Bowden tells the story of the battle of Hue during the Vietnam War.