• Mississippi State DE Anfernee Mullins to transfer

    STARKVILLE, Miss. (AP) — Mississippi State defensive end Anfernee Mullins says he’s planning to transfer.

  • Israeli TV journalist becomes a thorn in Netanyahu’s side

    This Oct. 29, 2014 photo made at Channel 10 studios in Givatayim near Tel Aviv, Israel, shows Raviv Drucker, Channel 10 TV's investigative reporter who has exposed scandal after scandal about the Israeli leader Benjamin Netanyahu. Netanyahu has berated him, sued him and even reportedly tried to get him fired in a visceral campaign to counter his critics. (AP Photo/Tomer Appelbaum)

    JERUSALEM (AP) — After a series of embarrassing reports about Israel’s first family, an investigative journalist has become a particular target of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

  • Campus attack could be latest terror case in heartland state

    FILE – This Jan. 14, 2015, file photo made available by the Butler County Jail in Hamilton, Ohio, shows Christopher Lee Cornell of Green Township in suburban Cincinnati. The sentencing of Christopher Lee Cornell, accused of plotting to attack the U.S. Capitol in support of the Islamic State group, has been rescheduled to Monday, Dec. 5, 2016, after he pleaded guilty Aug. 1, 2016, to three federal charges stemming from his Jan. 14, 2015, arrest. A car-and-knife attack at Ohio State University on Monday, Nov. 28, 2016, is the latest in a series of cases involving young men who apparently became radicalized in the heartland state. (Butler County Jail via AP, File)

    CINCINNATI (AP) — Authorities are investigating terrorism as a possible motive in the car-and-knife attack on the Ohio State University campus, the latest in a series of cases involving young men who apparently became radicalized in the heartland state.

  • In Macedonia’s fake news hub, teen shows AP how it’s done

    This photograph taken in Paris Friday Dec. 2, 2016 shows stories from USA Daily News 24, a fake news site registered in Veles, Macedonia. An Associated Press analysis using web intelligence service  Domain Tools shows that USA Daily News 24 is one of roughly 200 U.S.-oriented sites registered in Veles, which has emerged as the unlikely hub for the distribution of disinformation on Facebook. Both stories shown here are bogus. (AP Photo/Raphael Satter)​

    VELES, Macedonia (AP) — On the second floor of a noisy sports center in the Macedonian town of Veles, a teenage purveyor of fake news cracked open his laptop and laid out his case for why lying is more lucrative than the truth.

  • Selena Gomez rules Instagram 2016 with most followers, likes

    In this Nov. 20, 2016 file photo, Selena Gomez arrives at the American Music Awards in Los Angeles. Instagram released its year-end data Thursday, Dec. 1, showing the pop star has the most followers of any celebrity (103 million) and was responsible for nearly all of the most-liked celebrity posts in 2016. (Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP, File)

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Selena Gomez rules Instagram.

  • AP Explains: What’s behind persecution of Myanmar’s Rohingya

    In this June 24 2014, file photo, Rohingya children gather at the Dar Paing camp for Muslim refugees, north of Sittwe, western Rakhine state, Myanmar. Abdul Razak Ali Artan, the Somali-born student who carried out a car-and-knife attack at Ohio State University on Monday, reported railed on his Facebook account against U.S. interference in countries with Muslim communities. But he specifically protested the killing of Muslims in Myanmar _ also known as Burma _ where the Rohingya ethnic minority faces discrimination and occasional violence from the Buddhist majority and the army and bureaucracy. The Rohingya draw occasional international attention when the violence against them becomes too large to ignore, or when they seek foreign shores as boatpeople in great numbers, but their plight is generally ignored. (AP Photo/ Gemunu Amarasinghe, File)

    BANGKOK (AP) — Abdul Razak Ali Artan, the Somali-born student accused of carrying out a car-and-knife attack at Ohio State University this week, reportedly protested on his Facebook page about the killing of minority Muslims in Myanmar. Muslim Rohingya face discrimination and violence from the Buddhist majority in the country, also called Burma. Their plight generally goes unnoticed by the world at large, even though some rights activists say their persecution amounts to ethnic cleansing. Here are several things to know about the group:

  • Michigan offers support for rival Ohio State after attack

    Michigan quarterback Wilton Speith, right, signals a touchdown against Ohio State during the first half of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Nov. 26, 2016, in Columbus, Ohio. (AP Photo/Jay LaPrete)

    COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio State’s dramatic victory over Michigan last weekend was the latest edition of one of the fiercest rivalries in college sports. But the Wolverines put aside any bitter feelings to show support after an attack that left 11 hurt on the Buckeyes’ campus.

  • The Latest: Brazilian soccer club issues brief statement

    The Brazilian national flag along with a MERCOSUR banner fly at half-staff to honor plane crash victims, outside the Planalto Presidential Palace in Brasilia, Brazil, Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2016.  A chartered plane carrying a Brazilian soccer team to the biggest match of its history crashed into a Colombian hillside and broke into pieces, killing 75 people and leaving six survivors, Colombian officials said Tuesday. The Brazilian government declared three days of mourning. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)

    BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) — The Latest on the Colombia plane crash involving members of a Brazilian soccer team (all times local):

  • Chevy Bolt isn’t stylish, but GM is pushing its practicality

    In this Monday, Jan. 11, 2016, file photo, the Chevrolet Bolt EV debuts at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit. What General Motors wants consumers to see in the Bolt is the electric car that will cater to their everyday needs: commuting, shopping, transporting children and gear, all on one charge of its battery. It's the first electric car to get more than 200 miles per charge and fit most buyers' budgets. (AP Photo/Paul Sancya, File)

    DETROIT (AP) — The executive in charge of marketing the new electric Chevrolet Bolt keeps coming back to one word.