The Presidential Daily Brief


  1. FCC to Vote on Net Neutrality, Senate Set to Fund Homeland Security

    Board expected tomorrow to approve new rules to preserve open Internet. (USA Today)

    Senate leaders head off shutdown of Department of Homeland Security. (LA Times)

    Three Al-Jazeera journalists arrested for illegal flying drone in Paris. (BBC)

    U.S. offers $3 million reward for Russian hacker. (BBC)

    Activist: ISIS is holding 150 Assyrian Christians. (CNN)

    U.S. new home sales turn down. (WSJ)

    Greece secures four-month bailout extension. (The Guardian)

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