Today's edition of quick hits:
* The silence from Trump on this is astounding: "President Vladimir V. Putin announced Sunday that the American diplomatic mission in Russia must reduce its staff by 755 employees, an aggressive response to new American sanctions that seemed ripped right from the Cold War playbook and sure to increase tensions between the two capitals."
* Crisis in Venezuela: "The legitimacy of Sunday's election to overhaul Venezuela's Constitution was under threat as many voters avoided the ballot box, nations across the region rejected the predetermined result and the streets erupted in the deadliest day of unrest in three months."
* Nigeria: "Authorities in northeastern Nigeria say at least 14 people are dead after a suicide bombing blamed on the Boko Haram extremist group. Bello Dambatta, head of the rapid response team for the State Emergency Agency SEMA, said a female suicide bomber sneaked into a building late Friday in Dikwa, east of the city of Maiduguri, and detonated her explosives."
* Former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio "has been convicted of a criminal charge for disobeying a court order to stop traffic patrols that targeted immigrants."
* A hefty price tag: "As the Trump administration threatened hefty budget cuts for the U.S. Coast Guard, the military service was spending more than $6.6 million protecting the president's waterfront Mar-a-Lago Club during his seven weekend trips there this spring, documents show."
* Wells Fargo again makes headlines for the wrong reasons: "Wells Fargo acknowledged Friday that for six years about 570,000 of its customers were charged for auto insurance they didn't need, potentially driving some to default on their loan and have their cars repossessed."
* That's a new one: "In an arrangement prominent ethics experts say is without precedent and potentially illegal, the White House is referring questions for senior presidential adviser Stephen K. Bannon to an outside public relations agent whose firm says she is working for free."
Anything to add? Consider this an open thread.