Boeing Crash Fallout: What Grounded Planes Mean For Air Travel

For more than two decades, government pediatrician Stanley Patrick Weber raised suspicions that he was a pedophile. The Wall Street Journal and Frontline investigate how the Indian Health Service doctor was transferred from reservation to reservation and allowed to continue to treat children despite accusations he was sexually abusing Native American boys. Photo composite: Adele Morgan and Mike Shum/Frontline/WSJ

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