"The driver, an elected official who does not dispute driving without a front license plate, owes our sergeant an apology," Police Chief Todd Axtell said.
Tyler, the Creator is healing old wounds by saying sorry to Selena Gomez in his song "Manifesto", addressing harsh tweets he sent over ten years ago.
"I am appalled and embarrassed and want to barf that i ever mouthed along to that word," Billie Eilish said in her apology on Instagram.
The man's widow is filing a wrongful death lawsuit alleging that the officers were motivated by racial discrimination.
Chrissy Teigen has faced severe backlash, and publicly apologized to Courtney Stodden, over resurfaced abusive tweets before taking a break from social media.
"In trying to paint a mosaic of this community, we fell short," Lin-Manuel Miranda said on Monday. "I am truly sorry."
The conservative commentator had apologized for calling Barack Obama "a racist" during a segment of "Fox & Friends" in 2009.
The New York governor maintained that he did nothing wrong in regard to the sexual harassment allegations against him.
A Republican Kansas state representative was arrested Thursday after ranting about God and allegedly "putting hands on a student" while substitute teaching, prompting a lengthy and "incoherent" apology Sunday morning.
A Lancaster County, South Carolina, volunteer fire chief resigned over his recent Facebook post that urged police to "stop responding to these black neighborhoods," saying it's better if "they eventually kill each other."
An anonymous "Black at King" Instagram account sparked a King School investigation and apology.
Many Miami residents say the anti-Asian slur is local slang intended to reference someone strange.
"I'm as disappointed as I am unsurprised that last week, we all had to hear all the cynical, pearl-clutching, faux-urgency, ableist, structurally white-supremacist, hysteria," the teacher wrote on Facebook recently.
The vlogger has this week broken his silence over claims against him, saying that "consent is super, super important."
Van Drew said the newspaper column "vividly describes invading and his destroying his home, and graphically ponders what it would be like to sexually assault his wife over the hood of her car."
The Region of Durham is being criticized for an activity list that asked municipal staff to "dance to a reggae song" and "have a conversation with a Black employee."
In a Tuesday statement, Capitol rioter Jake Angeli said he was "deeply disappointed" in former President Donald Trump.
"If Representative Ocasio-Cortez does not apologize immediately," Representative Chip Roy wrote, "we will be forced to find alternative means to condemn this regrettable statement."
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.