• Climate activists are planning a demonstration at Chevron's headquarters in San Ramon today. The demonstration follows a week of other local actions, including a shutdown of Montgomery Street on Wednesday. [NBC Bay Area]
  • SF-based Wells Fargo has just announced its third CEO in three years. Charles Scharf will take over for C. Allen Parker, and Scharf is a Microsoft board member who previously served as CEO of Visa. [Associated Press]
  • The Chronicle has a piece all about West Portal and the resilience of its retail strip on the top of the homepage today. It's a story about book and toy stores who survive as members of the community but who constantly have to compete with Amazon and deal with people who walk in, take pictures, and leave to find things cheaper online. [Chronicle]
  • There was an officer-involved shooting this morning at Portland International Airport. The shooting involving a Port of Portland police officer, and one person was injured who was not the officer. [New York Times]
  • In a statement Friday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says Attorney General Bill Barr has "gone rogue" and should have recused himself from dealing with the White House whistle-blower complaint in which he was mentioned. [New York Times]
  • Bay Area home sales hit a nine-year low last month. [KRON 4]

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