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How lawyer Michael Avenatti went from taking on Trump to facing extortion charges by Nike

The man who many on the left predicted would take down Trump, who had become a fixture on cable news networks, orbited in celebrity circles and even flirted with a presidential run himself, could now face years in federal prison.

Trump's foe Michael Avenatti charged with trying to extort $20 million from Nike

Avenatti, who was also hit with separate embezzlement and fraud charges in US District Court in Los Angeles, was arrested in New York.

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Serena Williams narrates powerful Nike ad celebrating 'crazy' women

The one-and-a-half-minute-long video stars Olympic gymnast Simone Biles, Olympic snowboarder Chloe Kim, former WNBA star Lisa Leslie, the first woman to run the Boston Marathon - Katherine Switzer, and the US women's national football team.

Forget laces: Nike Adapt is a smart sneaker that will self tie itself

Nike Adapt's are a new pair of sneakers that can self-tighten and adjust themselves to the user's preferences.

Justin Gallegos becomes first athlete with cerebral palsy to sign contract with Nike

Justin Gallegos dreams of breaking the two-hour mark in a half marathon. Earlier in April, he completed his first half marathon in 2:03:49.

Nike nearly dropped Colin Kaepernick before embracing him

Kaepernick’s book and film deals showed there was still a market for him. The president of Adidas’ North American division said in April he might be interested in signing the former quarterback.

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Nike's sales spike 61% after controversial Colin Kaepernick ad

Nike Inc has sold out 61 percent more merchandise since the controversial ad campaign featuring former NFL player Colin Kaepernick appeared earlier this month.

Rhode Island town council joins others boycotting Nike

A Rhode Island town council has voted to ask its departments to refrain from purchasing Nike products, one of a handful of local governments or agencies that have called for boycotts in recent weeks.

Why some Americans are burning and damaging Nike products

Nike controversy: Many joked on how people burning their Nike products made no difference to the company, as the money has already been paid.

Tiger Woods had no prior knowledge of Nike's Colin Kaepernick commercial

The two minute-plus spot features dozens of athletes, including tennis champion Serena Williams, basketball's LeBron James and Kenya's Olympic marathon champion Eliud Kipchoge.

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