• Attorney Tony Brass, who had signed on to represent Oakland Mayor Sheng Thao in the wake of last Thursday's FBI raid on her home, has fired Thao as a client following her combative public speech today. Brass tells KPIX "our paths diverted in terms of our approach to the case," and he says he would have advised Thao not give such a speech. [KPIX]
  • After three decades, the foundation focused on finding missing children, Sausalito-based KlaasKids, is shutting down. Founder Marc Klaas, whose daughter Polly was kidnapped and murder in an infamous case out of Petaluma in 1993, says the burdens of fundraising have become too difficult. [Press Democrat]
  • You may hear some thunder around the Bay Area Monday night. A plume of moisture, the remnants of Tropical Storm Alberto, already caused some thunderstorm activity on the Central Coast today. [Chronicle]
  • Julian Assange has agreed to plead guilty to one count of leaking national secrets in exchange for his release, and he'll be returning to his native Australia on Wednesday. Assange will appear in court in Saipan, in the US commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, to enter his plea. [New York Times]
  • San Jose police managed to peacefully resolve a standoff with an armed suspect at a motel Monday morning. [KTVU]
  • The most frequently delayed flights out of SFO, according to new data, are Frontier Airlines' flights to Las Vegas, Dallas, Denver and Phoenix — and Southwest and Alaska's flights to Vegas don't do much better in terms of on-time departure. [SF Business Times]
  • Guess who won't be moving back into the White House if — god forbid — Trump gets reelected. Melania! [Bay Area News Group]

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