The Presidential Daily Brief


  1. Net Neutrality, Investigating Gaza and Venezuela’s Choice

    Know This: The U.S. Senate has voted to strike down the FCC’s recent decision to repeal Obama-era “net neutrality” regulations. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has called for an investigation into the shooting of a Canadian doctor by Israeli soldiers in Gaza earlier this week. And forensic officials have confirmed that an American man died after his vape pen exploded, sending fragments of the device into his skull.

    Read This: Venezuelan leader Nicolás Maduro is expected to sweep this weekend’s presidential election — but dealing with his country’s socioeconomic crisis will be a much harder battle.

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