• 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.”

  • Will Johnson cleared to play for Orlando City

    ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Will Johnson has been cleared to play for Orlando City after prosecutors decided not to pursue domectic violence charges against the Canadian midfielder.

  • 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.

  • 2 employees dead in failed North Carolina prison breakout

    RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Inmates at a North Carolina prison plotted an escape bid knowing they would have to hurt some prison employees, their disturbance ultimately leaving two workers dead and a dozen other workers or fellow inmates injured, authorities said Friday.

  • US obesity problem is not budging, new data shows

    NEW YORK (AP) — America’s weight problem isn’t getting any better, according to new government research.

  • Boseman, Hudlin team up to portray a young Thurgood Marshall

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Chadwick Boseman knows a little about portraying icons: his acting resume includes Jackie Robinson, James Brown and comic book’s first black superhero, the Black Panther.

  • Boseman, Hudlin team up to portray a young Thurgood Marshall

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The new movie “Marshall” shows a Thurgood Marshall that most people don’t know: a young brash NAACP lawyer used to working alone instead of the Supreme Court justice he would become.

  • The Latest: Quentin Tarantino ‘stunned’ by Weinstein scandal

    NEW YORK (AP) — The Latest on sexual harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein (all times local):

  • ‘You are my slave:’ School’s Civil War Day sparks mom’s ire

    KENNESAW, Ga. (AP) — A new battle line has formed in the national debate over Civil War flags and symbols — this time at a Georgia school not far from a mountaintop where Confederate soldiers fired their cannons at Union troops more than a century ago.

  • In NY town, parents may do time if their child does crime

    NORTH TONAWANDA, N.Y. (AP) — First came the sucker-punch to their 13-year-old son from an older boy outside a dollar store.