July 6th, 2014
12:02 PM ET

Crime reporter and crack addict

Former Washington Post reporter Ruben Castaneda tells Brian Stelter how he reported on DC’s crack epidemic while hiding his own addiction to the drug. Castaneda is the author of the new book "S Street Rising."

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