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U.S. · 10:19 AM UTCNative Americans decry unmarked graves, untold history of boarding schools
Clarence Smith was fresh off a 24-hour bus trip from his Blackfeet reservation in Montana to the Flandreau Indian School in South Dakota in the late 1980s, where he was sent by his family in the hope he would receive a better education.
Technology · 11:38 AM UTCGoogle in EU crosshairs again with advertising antitrust inquiry
Google was in the EU antitrust spotlight again on Tuesday as regulators opened an investigation into whether its digital advertising business gives the Alphabet (GOOGL.O) unit an unfair advantage over rivals and advertisers.