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."
A mother's obituary was rejected by a Kentucky newspaper for blaming President Donald Trump's presidency hastening her to an early grave. Now, the newspaper is offering to republish the obituary and apologizing for the "mistake."
"I said, 'Come again?' And he said, 'They looked like they could be shoplifters' and he laughed."
"The school's leadership has pulled the assignment, is instituting an approved review process of all such materials and regrets that this incident occurred. Broward County Public Schools is working with the publisher to make them aware of our concerns."
Ciao Bistro's expected opening in Ohio City is likely shelved after its owner's Facebook account responded using an offensive epithet to tepid female respondents posting on a local magazine's Facebook page.
"There are very few people that have gone through what they have, losing everything in a day. Of course, people will go, 'What about the victims?' But you know what? The victims didn't have to go through that."
"I contributed to that unprofessional environment and I tolerated that kind of behavior from other people and I wish that I hadn't."
"She proceeded to ask me if I lived in the 'affordable apartments' of the building for Cambridge residents or if I lived in one of the Harvard owned apartments."
"I apologize to the children who were directed to leave a city pool because of the religious-required clothing they were wearing."
The short-lived Burger King promotional ad featured a photo of a pregnant woman and the promise of "the best football genes" should someone be up to the lifetime Whopper challenge.
Donzella James apologized after she shared a Facebook post on the D-Day anniversary comparing the symbolism of the U.S. flag to Ku Klux Klan members burning crosses.
Kansas Secretary of State and Republican candidate for governor, Kris W. Kobach, waved to families at a parade outside Kansas City while riding in a red, white and blue Jeep Wrangler fitted with a mounted machine gun Saturday.
Students seen spelling out the n-word on a Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania high school whiteboard claim they received death threats after the video was posted to social media.
The Cherry Hill High School East principal apologized to African-American students for a "party like it's 1776" senior prom ticket after complaints that the Revolutionary War era was a time of slavery.
The mail was also addressed to "Mr. Getout Ofengland."
The woman said she was "harassed" and "humiliated" by an American Airlines staffer for trying to bring a breast pump on board a Sunday flight from Los Angeles to Chicago.
The local newspaper published an entire front page photo of a Ku Klux Klan flyer that was being distributed in the community.
"I'm never really sure what to call Sarah Huckabee Sanders … what's Uncle Tom for white women who disappoint other white women."
Nothing says sorry for a Taser shot like cake.