Situational awareness: Attorney Michael Avenatti is being charged by prosecutors in the Southern District of New York and Los Angeles in two separate cases. Read the charges.
Illustration: Aïda Amer/Axios
You could see in Apple's big hullabaloo today a glimpse of the great bundles of the future, built around phones instead of televisions.
Take a look at the startling breadth of the emerging Apple suite of subscription offerings:
The big picture: This isn't exactly like Amazon Prime, where you pay a big yearly cost in exchange for a huge array of offerings. But it appears to be a step in that direction, with hardcore Apple users now easily able to pay the cost of a subsidized old iPhone in annual subscriptions alone.
Between the lines: The Apple Card picked up the most instant buzz.
The bottom line: You get what you pay for, particularly on privacy. That's in cash for Apple, and data for Google.
This combination of pictures created yesterday shows an assortment of improvised explosive devices and explosive belts lying on the ground a day after the Islamic State (ISIS) group's "caliphate" was declared defeated by the U.S.-backed Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces.
A cannabis dispensary in California. Photo: Jae C. Hong/AP
New retirement excursion: "The group of white-haired folks — some pushing walkers, others using canes — arrive right on time at the gates of Laguna Woods Village," AP reports from Southern California.