Galvaston, Texas - I was in my late forties when I saw the first print ad for a “smartphone.” It was a Blackberry, on a towel, with sand in the background. “Now you can bring the office to the beach!” it said. Why on earth would anyone want to do that? Wasn’t the whole point to be able to get away from things? So now you could sort-of be at the office, while sort-of being at the beach at the same time? What about the roar of the ocean, the sand between your toes, the beach birds looking for dinner? We’d trade that in to be in constant touch with . . . whom? Who was that important?

Hampton, Virginia - Remarks by Vice President Pence to NASA Langley Research Center Personnel and Guests:

Beverly Hills, California - Remarks by President Trump in a Briefing with the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee and LA 2028 Organizers:

Washington, DC - This story first appeared in 1600 Daily, the White House’s evening newsletter:

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - A former senior executive pleaded guilty Friday for his role in a conspiracy to fix prices, rig bids, and allocate customers for generic drugs, the Department of Justice announced.

San Francisco, California - A federal grand jury returned an indictment against Hitoshi Hashimoto and Hiroyuki Tamura for their role in a global conspiracy to fix prices for suspension assemblies used in hard disk drives, the Department of Justice announced Friday.