- Four highly stressed Bay Area faults could rupture at any time, according to scientists who published their findings in the Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America. (SF Chronicle)
- The World Health Organization forecasts new Ebola cases could reach 10,000 per week by December. (NY Times)
- NPR talks to reporter Ryan Gabrielson about the ProPublica investigation that found young black males were at a far greater risk of being shot dead by police than their white counterparts in recent years.
- California's ban on the sale of foie gras has been left intact after the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear the case. (Bloomberg)
- Marin General Hospital mistakenly initiated an Ebola protocol Monday, based on a patient's travels to the Middle East, thousands of miles away from the West African nations at the center of the crisis. (Marin Independent Journal)
- Assemblyman Marc Levine said he'll introduce a resolution to the state Assembly to rename the Waldo Tunnel, north of the Golden Gate Bridge on Highway 101, after Robin Williams. The resolution is a response to a change.org petition that has attracted nearly 56,000 signatures.
Dan Kavarian, chief building official with the city of Napa, surveys a building that was damaged by a 6.0 earthquake. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)