{FD} Louisville countersues Pitino, saying fired coach cost school money

The University of Louisville filed a countersuit Wednesday, claiming that former men’s basketball coach Rick Pitino damaged the program and the university’s ability to make money amid a string of scandals that tarnished the school’s reputation.

{FD} Three arrested after Connecticut man is thrown 45 feet off bridge, police say

Three people were arrested on Tuesday in connection with a Thanksgiving Day incident in which a Connecticut man was thrown 45-feet off a bridge, police say.

{FD} New York bombing suspect due in court Wednesday

The immigrant from Bangladesh charged in a recent failed suicide bombing in New York City was scheduled to appear in court Wednesday to face charges related to the attempted attack.

{FD} Who is San Francisco’s new acting mayor – and for how long?

Following Tuesday’s sudden death of San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee, the president of the city’s Board of Supervisors automatically became acting mayor.

{FD} Marshall Faulk, Donovan McNabb and others named by ex-NFL staffer in sexual harassment suit, report says

A former National Football League Network employee has accused a former TV executive producer and multiple ex-players who worked for the network, of groping and making sexually explicit comments toward her in a lawsuit amended on Monday, Bloomberg reports.

{FD} Roy Moore’s wife defends against anti-Semitic claims: ‘One of our attorneys is a Jew’

Roy Moore’s wife defended her husband at a rally Monday night against claims that the U.S. Senate candidate was “anti-Semitic” by saying that one of their attorneys “is a Jew.” Moore was accused of anti-Semitism after suggesting last week that Democratic donor George Soros, who is Jewish, is going to hell, The Daily Intelligencer reported.

{FD} Former NFL Network employee names top executive and ex-players in sexual harassment suit, report says

A former National Football League Network employee has accused a former TV executive producer and multiple ex-players who worked for the network, of groping and making sexually explicit comments toward her in a lawsuit amended on Monday, Bloomberg reports.

{FD} American man on the run after escaping Bali prison

The search continues for an American man who escaped an Indonesian jail early Monday morning.

{FD} Seahawks defensive lineman tries to confront fans in stand

A Seattle Seahawks defensive lineman on Sunday tried to climb into the stands in Jacksonville after he was ejected and had a beverage thrown in his direction.

{FD} Russia seeks talks with US on Cold War-era arms treaty

Moscow announced Friday that it was prepared to begin talks with the United States to save a Cold War-era arms treaty in which both countries agreed to ban the use of certain missiles.

{FD} Slain New Mexico students mourned at evening vigil

Hundreds of people attended a vigil Thursday night in Aztec, N.M., in honor of two students who were slain earlier in the day after an unidentified gunman opened fire inside their high school.

{FD} Trump’s Jerusalem decision could incite extremists, Iraq warns

President Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital could incite extremists in the region — making conditions “favorable to terrorism” against U.S. targets, Iraq’s government warned Thursday.

{FD} Trump’s Jerusalem decision puts US troops at risk, Iraq warns

U.S. troops in Iraq are at greater risk of being attacked because of President Donald Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, Iraq’s government warned Thursday.

{FD} Suspect arrested, others sought in Washington state high school shooting

A 17-year-old youth was taken into custody while two other suspects remained at large Tuesday night in connection with the shooting of two students outside a high school, police in Graham, Wash., said.

{FD} US bomber flies over Korean Peninsula during military exercises with South, officials say

The U.S. Seventh Air Force flew a B-1B supersonic bomber over South Korea on Wednesday as a part of a joint aerial exercise with the South’s military, South Korean officials confirmed.

{FD} US bombers to fly over Korean Peninsula during military exercises with South: report

The U.S. Seventh Air Force was to fly bomber jets over the Korean Peninsula on Wednesday as a part of an annual five-day training drill with South Korea.

{FD} RNC to support Roy Moore in Senate race after cutting fundraising ties weeks ago

President Donald Trump officially endorsed Alabama Republican Senate nominee early Monday morning, prompting the Republican National Committee to resume financial support back into Moore’s campaign.

{FD} Top senator: Preemptive war ‘more likely’ as North Korea improves on missile technology

Senator Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., said a pre-emptive war is “becoming more likely” as North Korea continues to develop its missile technology, making an attack on the United States a real possibility.

{FD} Police investigate California teen after video shows cat being thrown into the street

A California teen is being investigated after a graphic video surfaced showing him throwing a cat into the street, police say.

{FD} Suspect out on bail after ‘road rage’ fatal stabbing in Walmart parking lot

A man accused of fatally stabbing another man during a fit of road rage in the parking lot of a Walmart store in California was released on bail Thursday.