Happy Sunday from Austin. While you slept, your phone sprang ahead.
Situational awareness ... "Schools brace for massive student walkouts over gun violence, per AP: "[P]rincipals and superintendents are scrambling to perform a delicate balancing act: How to let thousands of students exercise their First Amendment rights while not disrupting school and not pulling administrators into the raging debate."
President Trump speaks last night in Moon Township, Pa. (Nicholas Kamm / AFP / Getty Images)
The coverage called him unleashed, unplugged and unscripted.
During last night's 73-minute rally remarks in Moon Township, Pa. — campaigning for Republican Rick Saccone ahead of Tuesday's Pittsburgh-area special election for the U.S. House — President Trump tipped his hand on his three years of campaign speeches to come:
Be smart, from Axios' Jonathan Swan: One problem the White House faces is that Trump wants to be out there, raw and uncensored, barnstorming the country for 2018 candidates. But, a lot of vulnerable Republican House members want Trump nowhere near their districts.
Chuck Todd on the "Meet the Press" set (Paul Morigi / NBC / via Getty Images)
Two NBC twitter reactions to President Trump's shot last night at Chuck Todd, moderator of "Meet The Press," host of MSNBC's "MTP Daily," and political director of NBC News:
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Still working it ... Dan Rather, 86, chats with Daymond John of "Shark Tank," 49, at the 8th annual Fast Company Grill at SXSW.
Marine Le Pen applauds Steve Bannon yesterday in Lille, France. (Philippe Huguen / AFP / Getty Images)
N.Y. Times Quotes of the Day ... Steve Bannon, addressing the party congress of the anti-immigrant National Front, led by the French far-right leader Marine Le Pen in Lille, northern France:
A majority of voters in nine out of 10 states that voted for Trump, and have Democratic senators up for reelection, support the DACA policy on immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally as children, according to new Axios/SurveyMonkey polls.
Cameron Kasky addresses area high schoolers as they rally at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School during a school walkout Feb. 21. (Rhona Wise / AFP / Getty Images)
"Inside the Marjory Stoneman Douglas students' incredible race to make history: During a two-day odyssey in Florida, the #NeverAgain kids learned a simple media lesson: tell the truth ... not some sanitized, poll-tested version" — Dave Cullen, author of the bestseller "Columbine," on Vanity Fair's The Hive:
First in Axios AM ... Josh Kushner — a venture capitalist and entrepreneur who founded Thrive Capital, a venture capital firm; Oscar, a health insurance company; and Cadre, a real estate investment platform (and brother of Jared) — has quietly donated $50,000 to March for Our Lives.
Despite their self-description as "spoiled" and "entitled" (Axios/SurveyMonkey poll), studies also show millennials are more financially responsible than prior generations — saving more, taking less paid time off, and worrying more about stability.
This has been hot online this week, but it's a special section in today's print New York Times: "Overlooked" — obits for some of the most famous women of their eras, who were ignored by The Times upon their death (12 in print, 15 online).
How they did it ... "The Challenge of Writing Sylvia Plath’s New York Times Obituary 55 Years After She Died," by Anemona Hartocollis:
The look ... "A Cover Design That Renders Overlooked Women Visible," by design editor Andrew Sondern:
P.S. At SXSW yesterday, The Times announced "the upcoming launch of its first narrative nonfiction podcast, 'Caliphate' with Rukmini Callimachi, an award-winning Times foreign correspondent and one of the foremost experts on the Islamic State":
HBO's "Silicon Valley'" launches Season 5 into the #MeToo era — Hollywood Reporter's Lacey Rose (March 25, 10 p.m.):
Thanks for reading! We'll have updates all day at Axios.com.