• Ferrari presents new F1 car to challenge Mercedes

    MARANELLO, Italy (AP) — Ferrari has presented its new Formula One car, designed to challenge Mercedes this season.

  • Birthday boy Gianluigi Donnarumma loving life at AC Milan

    MILAN (AP) — Last year Gianluigi Donnarumma bought himself on a video game for 5 million euros. Now, days before his 18th birthday, the Milan goalkeeper would probably command a fee of at least four times that sum in real life.

  • Pellegrino makes history in world cross-country ski sprint

    LAHTI, Finland (AP) — Italian skier Federico Pellegrino became the first man from outside Scandinavia to win a Nordic championship in freestyle cross-country sprint on Thursday.

  • When test-driving a new car, take the technology for a spin

    DETROIT (AP) — Car shopping isn’t just about kicking the tires anymore. It’s also about testing the technology.

  • Fresh snow possible for American Birkebeiner

    CABLE, Wis. (AP) — A winter storm tracking toward Wisconsin could breathe some life into this year’s American Birkebeiner.

  • Correction: France-Michelin Mistake story

    BOURGES, France (AP) — In a story Feb. 22 about a restaurant mistakenly given a Michelin star, The Associated Press misspelled its name. The restaurant’s name is “Le Bouche a Oreille,” and not “Le Bouche a Oreilles.”

  • US musician makes mics in Russia using Kalashnikov machinery

    TULA, Russia (AP) — Claims of hacking by the Russian state may be feeding international tensions, but they’ve given Californian musician David Brown a great icebreaker when selling his line of Russian-made microphones.

  • Professor has taken ‘selfie’ every day for last 30 years

    BOSTON (AP) — Long before they were called selfies, Karl Baden snapped a simple black and white photo of himself. Then he repeated it every day for the next three decades.

  • The Latest: Revenue increases clear New Mexico House

    SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — The Latest on efforts to resolve New Mexico’s state budget crisis (all times local):

  • Tulsa’s former Black Wall Street tries to remake itself

    TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Not far from a gleaming $183 million arena and other signs of a midsize city striving to become something more, smooth pavement gives way to potholes, rusted fences and shuttered storefronts. They’re the remnants of what was once known as Tulsa’s Black Wall Street, before one of the worst race riots in U.S. history.