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Former Boeing 737 Max Pilot Pleads Not Guilty to Federal Grand Jury Indictment
Mark Forkner’s role at Boeing leading up to the crashes that killed 346 people was detailed by The New York Times and FRONTLINE in ‘Boeing’s Fatal Flaw.’
October 15, 2021
PANDORA PAPERS: Video & Major Stories From Our Partners
Watch the trailer for an upcoming FRONTLINE investigation into the Pandora Papers, exposing how U.S. trusts are sheltering millions in controversial assets, and read major stories from our ICIJ partners.
October 14, 2021
‘I Cannot Protect Her’: A Granddaughter Gone Missing. A Leading Activist Unable to Help.
As FRONTLINE’s Najibullah Quraishi was interviewing women’s rights activist Mahbouba Seraj in Afghanistan, something unexpected happened.
October 12, 2021
‘Brink of Collapse': How Frozen Assets & Halted Foreign Aid Are Impacting the Afghan People
Even before the Taliban took over Afghanistan, the country was facing a drought, the ravages of the COVID pandemic, mass displacement and civilian casualties reaching record levels. And then came the freezing of assets and international aid.
October 12, 2021
17 Essential Documentaries on the War in Afghanistan — and Its Consequences
These documentaries explore how the war in Afghanistan began and evolved, what it has meant for ordinary Afghan citizens and the ongoing consequences of the U.S. withdrawal.
October 12, 2021
Indian Health Service Managers Protected a Pedophile in Their Midst. Now the U.S. Agency Is Protecting Them.
The IHS has attempted to hide the identities of some senior officials who failed to act on warnings that Stanley Patrick Weber, the subject of the 2019 documentary "Predator on the Reservation," was preying on Native American boys, according to an internal report reviewed by The Wall Street Journal.
October 11, 2021
Minneapolis Voters to Decide Fate of Police Department on Nov. 2
With citywide elections looming in November, Minneapolis faces a choice about what the future of policing looks like and whether the Minneapolis Police Department can reshape itself into the needs of a changed world often full of mistrust for law enforcement since George Floyd's murder and the protests and riots that followed.
October 9, 2021
Indian Health Service Repeatedly ‘Did Nothing’ to Stop Pediatrician From Sexually Abusing Patients, Report Finds
Consultants single out supervisors who could have stopped an IHS pediatrician from preying on Native American boys.
October 5, 2021
Government Must Release Report About Indian Health Service Predator, Court Rules
The report documents the career of Stanley Weber, an IHS pediatrician who was convicted of sexually assaulting children at two agency hospitals and was the subject of a 2019 FRONTLINE documentary with The Wall Street Journal.
September 30, 2021
OSHA Fines Tampa Lead Factory $319,000
The lead smelter was the subject of a recent Tampa Bay Times investigation.
September 30, 2021
Public Health Officials Urge Lower Lead Limits
The American Public Health Association is pushing for sweeping changes to the federal rules designed to keep lead workers safe after a Tampa Bay Times investigation into a Florida lead smelter.
September 29, 2021
'White Dissidents' Raise Millions in Cryptocurrency
Banned by traditional financial institutions, many radical-right provocateurs are raising significant amounts of money in digital currencies, our reporting partner the Associated Press found.
September 27, 2021
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