“Over 15 percent of San Francisco residents age 12 and over use marijuana monthly or more, the highest rate in the country. By contrast, the lowest use rates are in the far south of Texas, where fewer than 4 percent use monthly.” (For the record, I’m reporting from Truckee this week, so these numbers might be out of date). From WaPo: This map shows how many people are getting high near you. (In San Francisco, it’s almost impossible to tell the difference between people playing Pok√©mon Go and people trying to find a bag of Doritos.)

+ “Slaves that worked there were well-fed and had decent lodgings provided by the government.” Bill O’Reilly’s latest history lesson.

+ The Guardian: Teacher who can’t speak Spanish sues after failing to get Spanish teaching post.

+ How a belch in gym class led to handcuffs.

+ Phoenix leaders detail an ambitious plan to cover 25% of the metropolis with tree shade. At least in Arizona, they’re used the heat. In Minnesota, it got so warm that one family found a bear in its kiddy pool.