The Presidential Daily Brief


  1. More Bodies Believed In Charred London Tower, Turnbull Mocks Trump and Rolling Stone Settles

    Know This: Fire officials say they don’t expect to find more survivors of Wednesday’s London tower fire that killed at least 17 people, and more remains may be discovered. A video has surfaced of Australia’s prime minister mocking Donald Trump. And the Pentagon has said Iranian forces trained a laser on a Marine Corps helicopter over the Strait of Hormuz on Wednesday.

    Story Put to Rest: “We are pleased to be able to close the book on that trying ordeal and its aftermath.” — University of Virginia’s Phi Kappa Psi fraternity chapter, after accepting a $1.65 million settlement for its defamation lawsuit against Rolling Stone over a discredited campus rape exposé.

    Love This: We want your best stories about dad, or the person who served as your dad, in anticipation of Father’s Day on June 18. Email your heartwarming, hilarious or heroic tales with a photo from the family albums to Go deep. We’ll include the best ones in our Daily Dose.

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