A woman named Emma Gonzalez was targeted by conspiracy theorists after she was mistaken for the Parkland, Florida, school shooting survivor with the same name.
Jose Arreola was buying a pack of Mentos mints when an off-duty police officer behind him thought he was stealing and drew his weapon.
Eighty-two percent of prosecutors said that "domestic violence is now under-reported and harder to investigate and/or prosecute."
Passenger Marla Margolis received a vulgar text after leaving a garment bag on a Miami plane, reported WCVB-TV.
"We are trying focus on the inner beauty and not draw attention to something that doesn't need attention drawn to it," a teacher said.
"We have no enemies at all. We don't really know anyone here except the people we go to church with, so this was very overwhelming for me," the Florida mother told WFTV.
Additional changes included removing mentions of racial gerrymandering; language about literacy testing bans and poll taxes remained.
A 22-year-old Peruvian woman is fighting for her life after a man set her on fire on a public bus because she rejected his advances.
The photo, which included a Confederate flag, went viral.
"I have never screamed and cried so much in my life," the passenger said. "American Airlines told me to just wash everything."
"Political correctness demands too much respect for being good. And comics are not good.
The victims ranged in ages from their mid-20s to 80s, Toronto Police Services Detective Sergeant Graham Gibson said at a press conference on Tuesday.
Before running a van into pedestrians, the suspect wrote a Facebook post praising a 2014 shooting and alluding to a now-banned Reddit channel.
"I don't like the concept and I don't like the people who wore the 'wrong' sign," one theatergoer said.