Police: Man never returns from test drive

The LaGrange County Sheriff’s Department is asking the public for help in finding the man who took a vehicle for a test drive on Monday and never returned it.

Who invented Game of Life? Court aims to find out

The widow of a toy inventor says her husband, Bill Markham, has been denied his legacy of creating The Game of Life, after another man, Reuben Klamer, took full credit for it. Lorraine Markham also says she was cut out of more than $2 million in royalties by Klamer and Rhode Island-based toy company Hasbro.

Feud grows between NFL, Cowboys’ Jerry Jones over Goodell

The letter accusing Jones of sabotaging the negotiations was sent to David Boies on Wednesday. Jones hired Boies and threatened to sue the NFL if Goodell’s contract extension was approved by the compensation committee, made up of six owners. All 32 owners voted unanimously in May to let the committee finalize a deal with Goodell.

US opposes Nazi speech, but will vote no at UN to banning it

At the United Nations this week, the U.S. plans to vote against a yearly resolution that condemns the glorification of Nazism, State Department officials said Wednesday. Although it may seem counterintuitive — who wouldn’t want to condemn Nazis? — officials said that free speech protections and other problems with the resolution make it impossible for America to support the document.

GOP braces for extended clash in Alabama

At least three new allegations of misconduct were reported on Wednesday, including one by Tina Johnson, who told AL.com that Moore groped her during a 1991 meeting in his law office.

Documents: US Steel sought to keep chemical spill secret

Documents released by the University of Chicago’s Abrams Environmental Law Clinic show U.S. Steel’s Portage, Indiana, plant released 56.7 pounds (25.7 kilograms) of chromium on Oct. 25. That’s nearly double the plant’s allowable daily release of the potentially cancer-causing chemical.

Las Vegas shooting lawsuits stack up with 14 more filed

The hotel-casino from where Stephen Paddock fired, concert organizers and the makers and sellers of a bump stock gun accessory that enabled him to fire rapidly are named as defendants. The court filings argue that they all share blame for the worst mass shooting in recent U.S. history.

Leonardo da Vinci’s Christ painting sells for record $450M

The painting, “Salvator Mundi,” Latin for “Savior of the World,” is one of fewer than 20 paintings by Leonardo known to exist and the only one in private hands. It was sold by Christie’s auction house, which didn’t immediately identify the buyer.

1st GOP senator opposes tax bill in early sign of problems

The two chambers’ plans would slash the 35 percent corporate tax rate to 20 percent, trim personal income tax rates and diminish some deductions and credits — while adding nearly $1.5 trillion to the coming decade’s federal deficits.

Hoosiers handled by Seton Hall

Desi Rodriguez scored 23 points, keying a balanced scoring attack and leading No. 22 Seton Hall to a convincing 84-68 victory over Indiana in the Gavitt Tip Off Games on Wednesday night at the Prudential Center.