• Former Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino sues Adidas

    LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Former Louisville coach Rick Pitino is suing Adidas and says the sportswear maker “outrageously conspired” to funnel money to the family of a Cardinal recruit without his knowledge.

  • Correction: Confederate Monument-Protest-Lawsuits story

    In a story Oct. 12 about two lawsuits filed against white nationalists and other groups who descended on Charlottesville in August, The Associated Press erroneously reported a request in one of the lawsuits. The suit filed in federal court does not seek a ban on similar gatherings, but asks the court to prohibit the white nationalists and other groups from committing further civil rights violations.

  • Spanish prosecutors accuse Marcelo of tax fraud

    MADRID (AP) — Spanish prosecutors have accused Real Madrid left back Marcelo of defrauding local tax authorities of nearly half a million euros.

  • Me Too: Alyssa Milano elevates Harvey Weinstein conversation

    NEW YORK (AP) — Alyssa Milano was in bed with her two young children when a friend of a friend on Facebook suggested something that struck her as a great way to elevate the Harvey Weinstein conversation. She took the idea to Twitter, posting: “If you’ve been sexually harassed or assaulted write ‘me too’ as a reply to this tweet.”

    Updated: 4:30 pm

  • Hawks say Schroder faces discipline for role in fight

    ATLANTA (AP) — The Atlanta Hawks say point guard Dennis Schroder is facing undisclosed discipline for his role in an incident that led to his arrest last month on misdemeanor battery charges.

  • Ex-Eunice Public Schools bookkeeper accused of embezzlement

    EUNICE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico State Police say a former bookkeeper for the Eunice Public Schools has been arrested on suspicion of embezzlement and fraudulent use of a credit card.

  • US judge hears fight over New Mexico campaign contributions

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Attorneys for Republican Steve Pearce are seeking a preliminary injunction to tap nearly $1 million in political contributions he collected while in Congress to use in his gubernatorial run.

  • New Jersey man convicted in New York bombing that injured 30

    NEW YORK (AP) — A New Jersey man was convicted Monday of planting two pressure-cooker bombs on New York City streets, including one that injured 30 people with a rain of shrapnel when it detonated in a bustling neighborhood on a weekend night last summer.

  • 4 former Chadron State wrestlers arrested in hazing case

    CHADRON, Neb. (AP) — Four former Chadron State College wrestlers have been arrested on charges of hazing and assault.

  • AP Exclusive: Corruption probe prompts reviews of NCAA teams

    The spate of arrests, details of under-the-table bribes to teenagers and the downfall of one of the sport’s best-known coaches has triggered uncomfortable soul-searching among the institutions at the heart of college basketball, including internal reviews by more than two dozen schools of their own prominent programs.