Following the backlash over resurfaced racist tweets and a story he shared about refusing to let his daughter eat a can of beans, Roderick has issued an apology for the "insensitivity and the legacy of hurtful language."
"I owe Anderson Cooper a beer, I owe him a mea culpa, and the same thing for other reporters who at the same time period asked me, 'Are you Anonymous?' and I said no," Miles Taylor said.
"Looking back through this time, I was ashamed of my insufficient words and actions," she wrote.
The streaming service tweeted about the documentary just after the grand jury announced it would not charge anyone with Taylor's death.
"The truth is, I am that person that you see on TV," DeGeneres said in the monologue.
"I said it without looking into it. It was very irresponsible," the comic said in a video posted on his Instagram.
The Twenty One Pilots musician came under fire after posting a joke about platforms which has been deemed insensitive.
The incident occurred during a crew Livestream in which Stevenson upset fans by making an inside joke that was perceived as racist.
"It's not a machine. This is people. These are human beings that are working hard every single day to put this together," DeGeneres said in her apology.
"What the hell are y'all doing? Y'all want racial equality. We all do. I don't understand how insulting another group helps our cause. I don't understand in any shape or form."
Wednesday evening on Twitter, Nick Cannon apologized for saying that Black people were the "true Hebrews," a comment many considered anti-Semitic.
After shouting obscenities at local grocery store employees, a father brought his son back to apologize and posted the public apology on Facebook.
All three of his channels have been demonetized.
The blackface scandal surfaced this week when photos of González with dark make up began circulating.
"There is nothing more important to me than your respect, and I apologize to those who were genuinely hurt or offended by the makeup I wore or the words I spoke," the late night show host said.
An ad published in The Tennessean warned "Islam" is going to set off a nuclear bomb in Nashville on July 18.
Colorado Republican State Senator Rob Woodward was criticized following a Friday Senate floor speech about a debt collection bill.
Michele responded to the tweet in an Instagram post, saying that she wants to improve herself after learning that her past behavior hurt some of her co-stars.
"The Bachelor" alum Bekah Martinez has addressed the controversy, saying: "We've GOT to hold people accountable to do better."
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador reignited demands this week for either clarity or an apology over a botched Obama-era United States gun-running operation dubbed "Fast and Furious."
"I was wrong," MSNBC host Chris Matthews said in an on-air apology Monday to Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders for comparing his Nevada caucus win to a Nazi invasion. "I reached for a historical analogy and chose a bad one," Matthews continued.
"I realize there are a lot of Black women hurt and let down by what I said and also by what I didn't say," he tweeted.
The CEO of new streaming service Quibi apologized for remarks in which she compared journalists to sexual predators.
Critics are skeptical after the former New York City mayor apologized for the "stop-and-frisk" policy he aggressively enforced for more than a decade.
Dara Khosrowshahi said the murder was a "mistake" and suggested that the Saudi government has taken the fallout "seriously."
Harvard University President Lawrence S. Bacow is being criticized as "tone deaf" for his Tuesday comparison between slavery and the school's fundraising efforts among alumni.
The New York Times ran a cartoon in its international edition many labeled anti-Semitic, showing the Star of David-adorned Israeli prime minister as a weiner dog leading around President Donald Trump dressed in a black suit and skullcap.
Sunday morning's Fox & Friends applauded President Donald Trump's directive to cut aid to Central American countries by declaring, "Trump Cuts U.S Aid to 3 Mexican Countries."
A black teenager in Papillion, Nebraska, was detained in a police cruiser by authorities as he walked house-to-house volunteering to shovel snow off driveways in what authorities are calling a case of "wrong place, wrong time."