DAYBREAK DAILY: Police arrest woman after she posts a selfie in stolen dress
ABC7 WEATHER: Mix of sun and clouds, temperatures will top out in the mid to upper 80s. http://wj.la/1ivsSwP
‘GOOD MORNING WASHINGTON’: Among the reports – A car crashed into a Virginia home Sunday, injuring three people; much more, beginning at 4:30 a.m.
MALAYSIA AIRLINES FLIGHT 17 LATEST: Local rescue workers today have found another 21 bodies in eastern Ukraine where Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 was downed last week. It's unclear how quickly they'll be transported to refrigerated railcars in the nearby town of Torez, where other bodies are being held.
Ukraine's emergency services agency said last night that the total number of bodies found was 251. On board the plane were 298 people. http://wj.la/WybZb4
SILVER LINE SIMULATED SERVICE BEGINS: With less than a week to go until the opening of the new Silver Line, Metro began its simulated service with empty trains for the line on Sunday. Passengers on some lines will likely experience delays on Monday.
The simulation will give Metro employees a chance to get used to the new route, but it will also cause delays for blue line riders who will see their wait time increase from eight minutes to 12 minutes. http://wj.la/1qWcnsN
WOMAN ARRESTED AFTER POSTING PHOTOS OF HERSELF IN STOLEN DRESS: Police investigating the theft of clothing and jewelry from a southern Illinois boutique say they arrested a woman after she posted Facebook photos of herself wearing one of the stolen items.
WSIL-TV reports that police arrested 27-year-old Danielle Saxton, of West Frankfort, earlier this month on misdemeanor retail theft charges. She's free on her own recognizance. http://bit.ly/1p6wepu
GAZA DEATH TOLL NOW PAST 500, KERRY HEADS TO EGYPT: Secretary of State John Kerry is heading back to the Middle East to push for a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas.
Kerry leaves Monday for Egypt, where he'll join diplomatic efforts to resume a truce that had been agreed to in November 2012.
Meanwhile, the U.N. Security Council emerged from an emergency session late Sunday with a proposed resolution much weaker than a proposal from Jordan that called for Israel to pull out of Gaza.
The Palestinian death toll is now past 500. http://wj.la/1wQ1Jpb
IRAQ LATEST: Officials say overnight attacks in two Iraqi cities have killed at least 16 people as authorities struggle to stop the Sunni militants' blitz offensive.
A police officer says mortar rounds rained down on Shiite neighborhoods in the town Mahmoudiya late Sunday night, killing 11 civilians and wounding 31. The mixed Shiite-Sunni town is about 20 miles south of Baghdad.
He says a roadside bomb struck an army patrol in Baghdad's western suburb of Abu Ghraib, killing two soldiers and three volunteers who took up arms following the Sunni militant push across Iraq in recent weeks. Eighth people were wounded in that attack.
Two medical officials confirmed the casualty figures. All officials spoke on condition of anonymity as they are not authorized to talk to media. http://wj.la/1jRtQne
MGM CASINO VOTE IN MARYLAND EXPECTED TODAY: Prince George's County officials are scheduled to vote on the building plan for a $925 million casino near the nation's capital. The county's district council is meeting in Upper Marlboro this morning to consider the site plan from MGM, which wants to build the casino and resort at National Harbor. http://wj.la/1k8a9Ii
ADAM LEVINE GETS MARRIED: He might still be the sexiest man alive, but Adam Levine is no longer available.
The singer tied the knot with model Behati Prinsloo in Mexico on July 19, numerous outlets are reporting.
Leading up to the big day, details were scarce. The normally chatty Levine was mum about anything wedding related. And when reporters would pester him with questions, he wouldn’t budge. http://usat.ly/1u7kgRV
HIGH TEACHER TURNOVER IS COSTLY, SAYS NEW REPORT: Approximately half a million teachers either leave the profession or move each year, costing the U.S. more than $2 billion. That's according to a report from the Alliance for Excellent Education.
The teacher turnover rate disproportionately affects high-poverty schools and also has financial implications. In D.C. for example, the costs are estimated to be between $3 to $6 million. http://bit.ly/1kLgZy6
SPORTS, BRIEFLY: The Washington Nationals beat the Milwaukee Brewers 5-4 Sunday afternoon. http://wj.la/1rps9gt
TRENDING ON ABC7 FACEBOOK: Flashback to July 20, 1969: Where were you 45 years ago when men first walked on the moon? Or were you anywhere yet? http://wj.la/1qu0X3K
NEWSTALK: Among Monday’s guests (10 a.m., NewsChannel 8) are United Medical Center CEO David Small, who will talk about the strides the hospital has made in recent years; Washington Post reporter Mike DeBonis, who will discuss the controversy surrounding Park Southern, an apartment building that tenants say is in bad physical and financial condition -- and the threat this poses to mayoral hopeful Muriel Bowser, whose allies run the building; and Washington Blade reporter Michael Lavers who will talk about what life is life for gays and lesbians in the South.