The Presidential Daily Brief


  1. A Bus Plunge, a Downfall and a Consumer Protest

    Know This: At least 48 people died in Peru when their bus plunged off a cliff on a stretch of road known as “Devil’s Curve.” The University of Arizona has fired football coach Rich Rodriguez after an investigation into sexual harassment allegations against him. And after a delayed flight made passengers wait on the tarmac in Spain, a Ryanair passenger crawled out the emergency exit and sat on the wing in protest before being talked inside and arrested.

    Prepare for This: After record-breaking low temperatures in the northern U.S. this winter, meteorologists are predicting an unusual winter storm that could bring 11 inches of snow to Boston, as well as hurricane-force winds and 26-foot waves along the East Coast from North Carolina to Canada.

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