Situational awareness: Chief engineer Doug Field is leaving Tesla, one day after the company announced it'd successfully met production targets on its Model 3. He'd been on leave since May.
America's teens are no longer working at the rate of their parents, as the recession-driven collapse in the teen workforce has collided with new priorities for our nation's youth.
The big picture... "Researchers have suggested multiple reasons why fewer young people are working," Pew's Drew Desilver reports:
Where they're working: "Nearly 2.1 million of the estimated 6.2 million teens who were employed last July (33.8%) worked in 'accommodation and food services' ... compared with 1.9 million (22.6%) in July 2000."
Where they're not: "Last July, just over 1.3 million teens worked in the retail sector, compared with more than 2 million in July 2000 – a 35.3% drop. Retail accounted for 21.4% of teen summer jobs in July 2017, down from 24% in July 2000."
Flowers and hand-written notes and signs are placed at a makeshift memorial outside the Annapolis Capitol Gazette offices for the five employees killed by a gunman last week. Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images
The top iPhone apps of all time, according to App Annie, which noted the $42.5 billion spent in the iOS App store last year: