The S.C. Law Enforcement Division on Monday released 18 pages of heavily redacted police reports related to the Murdaugh double homicide. It’s the agency’s first release of records since the June 7 shootings. The U.S. government will investigate the dark history of Indian boarding schools, and work to find the remains of children who died in them, Interior Secretary Deb Haaland said on Tuesday. Haaland, a former congresswoman from New Mexico and the first Native American to serve as a Cabinet secretary, last year introduced legislation calling for a Truth and Healing Commission into conditions at former Indian boarding schools.
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