Situational awareness: Apple says it narrowly beat expectations, but its outlook for the current quarter was even more disappointing than some analysts were anticipating, Axios' Ina Fried notes.
Sens. Elizabeth Warren (top left), Kamala Harris (top right), Kirsten Gillibrand (bottom left) and Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (bottom right). Photos: Scott Eisen, Mason Trinca, Drew Angerer and Cindy Ord via Getty Images.
If the future is female, as the slogan dating back to the '70s suggests, the current state of the Democratic Party is well on its way.
Why it matters: This is the first time in history that being a woman, particularly for Democrats running in 2020, "is probably more a political asset than a liability," per the LA Times.
Be smart: The 2018 midterms were an overwhelming sign of success and momentum behind female candidates and among female voters (59% supported Democrats), which could propel women in 2020, Axios' Alexi McCammond emails.
P.S. Former Starbucks CEO and potential 2020 presidential contender Howard Schultz called Harris' support for eliminating private health insurance "not American" and Warren's "wealth tax" proposal "ridiculous."
The polar vortex is here.
Brady celebrates with his teammates after the AFC Championship game on Jan 20. Photo: Charlie Neibergall/AP
Tom Brady has taken an unfair share of Super Bowls, and it turns out he's scoring an unfair share of the 🐐 emoji [GOAT: Greatest of All Time] on Twitter as well, WSJ reports.