The Presidential Daily Brief


  1. Julian Assange, Walmart and the PDB Quiz

    Know This: WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who’s been living in the Ecuadorian embassy in London for five years, has been made a citizen of Ecuador. Walmart will hike its minimum wage to $11 per hour next month but is closing dozens of stores. And Facebook has overhauled its news feeds to focus on maintaining real-life connections and de-emphasizing brands and advertising.

    Try This: Feeling presidential after a week of briefings? Prove it with the PDB Quiz.

    Talk to Us: Tell us how you really feel. Our electrifying TV show, Third Rail With OZY, is shelving the PC and whipping up debates. Each week we’re posting a provocative question, and we want you to weigh in. This week: Has the movement against sexual harassment gone too far? Email with your thoughts, and we might feature your answer next week.

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