• Weinstein Co., mired in sex scandal, may be up for sale

    NEW YORK (AP) — The Weinstein Co., besieged by sexual harassment allegations against its namesake and co-founder, may be putting itself up for sale.

  • In Weinstein’s wake, is Hollywood truly capable of change?

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — “That’s how it works,” actress and director Sarah Polley recalls Harvey Weinstein saying to her years ago in his office. If she agreed to a “very close relationship” with him she could go on to be a star and win awards, he said.

  • Some players learn of Stars sale halfway around the world

    NEW YORK (AP) — Like so many of her San Antonio teammates, Kelsey Plum was halfway around the world when she heard that the Stars were being sold and relocated.

  • Weinstein rebukes continue, brother says business continues

    NEW YORK (AP) — The chorus of Hollywood stars denouncing film producer Harvey Weinstein echoed across the Atlantic on Friday, even as his brother said the embattled production company that bears both their names insisted business was “continuing as usual.”

  • AP source: Laimbeer to be Stars’ coach, GM after relocation

    NEW YORK (AP) — Bill Laimbeer will be the coach and general manager of the San Antonio Stars when the team is sold and relocated, according to a person with knowledge of the deal.

  • Elliott attorneys to seek new hearing before appeals court

    DALLAS (AP) — Attorneys for Ezekiel Elliott have indicated they intend to ask for another hearing before the federal appeals court that cleared the way for the NFL’s six-game suspension of the star Dallas Cowboys running back over domestic violence allegations.

  • Titans WR: Bad choice to tweet he’d quit over anthem rule

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Titans wide receiver Rishard Matthews says he made a bad decision on Twitter to threaten to quit football if the NFL institutes a new rule mandating players stand for the national anthem.

  • George RR Martin to headline film forum in New Mexico

    SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Author and producer George R.R. Martin will be among the experts participating in an upcoming forum on the film industry and its effects on New Mexico.

  • AP source: WNBA’s Stars negotiating sale to Las Vegas buyer

    The San Antonio Stars are in negotiations to be sold and relocated, and a person with knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press the buyer is based in Las Vegas.

  • Jordan: Super teams hurt NBA from ‘competitive standpoint’

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Hornets owner Michael Jordan says that NBA stars ganging up and playing for super teams will hurt competitive balance.