• 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.

  • Los Alamos National Bank lays off 10 percent workforce

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Los Alamos National Bank is laying off about 10 percent of its workforce as part of a broad effort to reduce business costs.

  • Albuquerque dealership settles workplace racism complaint

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — An Albuquerque car dealership has reached a settlement with a federal agency over employee complaints that claimed two managers repeatedly used racial slurs, posted racist pictures and made offensive jokes about Native American and Muslim employees’ religious practices.

  • As scope of Weinstein conduct widens, questions of who knew

    NEW YORK (AP) — As the grim scope of the allegations surrounding Harvey Weinstein continued to expand Wednesday, the organization that bestows the Academy Awards moved to distance itself from the film mogul, Ben Affleck was forced to defend his own previous actions, and scrutiny fell on who knew what about the film mogul’s behavior over the decades it allegedly took place.

  • Reports of discrimination in English soccer on the rise

    LONDON (AP) — English soccer’s leading anti-discrimination group says reported incidents of discrimination in the professional game rose by 53 percent over the past year.