∙ A 40-year-old Daly City man is in critical but stable condition after getting attacked by his neighbor's dog Monday morning. The man struggled at length with the dog as neighbors stood by helpless, and the dog was ultimately shot by police. [ABC 7]

∙ It's official, East Bay Congressman Eric Swalwell is running for president. Swalwell made his announcement on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, which you can watch tonight, but here's a clip. [NBC Bay Area]

∙ A man drowned in Vasona Lake in Los Gatos today. The man reportedly jumped into the lake and never surfaced. [CBS SF]

∙ Felicity Huffman pleaded guilty in the college fraud case Monday, and two more Bay Area parents are expected to submit guilty pleas. Bruce and Davina Isackson of Hillsborough issued a statement saying "we have harmed and embarrassed [our children] by our misguided decisions." [ABC 7]

∙ There's a new debate about a mural at SF's George Washington High School that depicts violent images of slavery and the death of Native Americans. Some say it's simply inappropriate for children. [Chronicle]

∙ The disappointing early days of trading for Lyft's stock have proven to be a cautionary tale for Pinterest as it sets its IPO price range. The company set a range of $15 to $17 per share Monday, potentially giving it a valuation $2 billion below what it said it was during its last funding round in 2017. [CBS SF / TechCrunch]

A New Zealand privacy commissioner referred to Facebook over the weekend as "morally bankrupt pathological liars." [NZ Herald / CNN]

A federal judge in California has ruled that President Trump's policy of turning away asylum seekers is illegal. [New York Times]

The UK is establishing a new social media "czar" and some new regulations that will impact the businesses of Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and others. [SF Business Times]