• Meyer has Ohio State running like Fortune 500 juggernaut

    CHICAGO (AP) — The tailored, slate-gray suit, the scarlet and gray power tie, the blacked-out chronograph on his wrist — if you didn’t know Urban Meyer was the football coach at Ohio State, your first guess would be a Fortune 500 CEO.

    Updated: 1:23 am

  • NASCAR’s Earnhardt Jr. headed to NBC broadcast booth in 2018

    NEW YORK (AP) — Dale Earnhardt Jr. will have a new way to voice his racing opinions next season — on television.

  • Bombshell stories spur news war with a twist

    NEW YORK (AP) — Print outlets like The New York Times and Washington Post have developed a mutually beneficial relationship with cable television news over a string of bombshell stories about the Trump administration. It’s a news war with a twist.

  • Spicer’s leaving White House, not necessarily TV screens

    NEW YORK (AP) — He won’t be behind a podium at the White House, but it’s unlikely Sean Spicer will disappear from television.

  • Sean Spicer unlikely to disappear from television

    NEW YORK (AP) — He won’t be behind a podium at the White House, but it’s unlikely Sean Spicer will disappear from television.

  • Ex-escort gets 16 years for trying to have husband killed

    WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) — A former Florida escort convicted of trying to hire a hit man to murder her newlywed husband was sentenced Friday to 16 years in prison, perhaps ending a drawn-out case that drew notice for its startling videos and salacious characters.

  • Q&A: Issa Rae on season 2 of ‘Insecure’ and its male fans

    NEW YORK (AP) — The response to season one of Issa Rae’s HBO series, “Insecure,” was so strong, particularly on social media, that countless (and hilarious) memes were created about the star characters, and the show’s male fans rallied behind the male lead after he had been cheated on.

  • NOT REAL NEWS: A look at what didn’t happen this week

    A roundup of some of the most popular, but completely untrue, headlines of the week. None of these stories are legit, even though they were shared widely on social media. The Associated Press checked these out; here are the real facts:

  • Jason Bateman, star of ‘Ozark,’ loved directing it even more

    NEW YORK (AP) — In his new drama series “Ozark,” Jason Bateman doesn’t aim to make waves as Chicago financial adviser Marty Byrde — more like ripples that leave no one around him untouched or unexposed.

  • “Last Chance U” documentary returns for season 2 on Netflix

    NEW YORK (AP) — The East Mississippi Community College Lions are back as the documentary series “Last Chance U” returns for a second season.