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Google Paid Apple Billions To Dominate Search On iPhones, Justice Department Says

An agreement worth up to $12 billion made Google the de facto choice for online search on millions of iPhones. Justice officials say the deal may be anticompetitive under U.S. law.

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Opinion: Football Parents Could Learn From Their Kids' Activism

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Google Paid Apple Billions To Dominate Search On iPhones, Justice Department Says

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"I am / a nonstop ball of energy. / Powerful and full of light. / I am a go-getter. A difference maker. / A leader." Derrick Barnes and Gordon C. James/Penguin Young Readers hide caption

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A New Picture Book Reminds Black Sons: You Are 'Every Good Thing'

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Love Goes, out Oct. 30, is the third studio album by Sam Smith. Alasdair McLellan hide caption

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Sam Smith On 'Love Goes' And Forgiving Yourself

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An election worker uses an electronic pollbook to check voters at a polling station in the Echo Park Recreation Complex in Los Angeles on March 3, 2020. Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Voter Websites In California And Florida Could Be Vulnerable To Hacks, Report Finds

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Masked pedestrians enjoy Central Park earlier this year. The New York destination now has a site-specific soundtrack courtesy of composer Ellen Reid's Soundwalk app. Cindy Ord/Getty Images hide caption

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Central Park Is Alive With The Sound Of Music, Thanks To A Site-Specific App

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