Crozier, who was removed from command of the U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt this past week, reportedly tested positive for coronavirus, according to two Naval Academy classmates who are close with Crozier and his family.
Richard Lee, the chief of police in tiny Croydon, New Hampshire, had to walk home from his last day of work in his underwear during a snowstorm after the city unexpectedly dissolved the department.
Iowa Republican congressman Steve King's campaign expressed shock and mocked "tolerant liberals" in response to a parody account meme about a Starbucks manager firing employees who say "Merry Christmas."
"There is insufficient context before me to explain why arriving late for dinner would have been a valid reason for dismissal. I am not satisfied that it was," the Fair Work Commissioner ruled.
Angel Cardenas, a reporter for Good Day Sacramento, has been let go by the station after a segment that saw him jumping on and otherwise damaging a number of classic vehicles at the Sacramento International Auto Show.
Julia Acosta-Grommon allegedly berated a bartender, stating that black people were "unappreciative dogs" and she hoped that he would get a visit from the KKK.
"We have a president who seems to not want to hear anything other than 'yes,'" Susan Rice told MSNBC.
Trump announced Bolton's departure on Twitter on Tuesday, saying he had disagreed with "many" of his adviser's suggestions.
"I offered to resign last night and President Trump said, 'Let's talk about it tomorrow,'" Bolton tweeted 12 minutes after Trump published a tweet implying the National Security Adviser was fired.
"What occurred is unacceptable and not in line with our brand values," a Burger King spokesperson said after an image of the pig drawing was uploaded online by officer Timo Rosenthol.
Chelsy Zelasko, of Pennsylvania, accused The Grove School of "unlawful retaliatory conduct" for terminating her employment as an art teacher and counselor in April.
"I don't know, I think Motley Crue has sold out more arenas than you have and could fill more seats than you," one Twitter user wrote.
The religious organization fired the 18-year-old after discovering he was gay through social media posts.
Zahra Rafiq was found to have been "dishonest" by a veterinary panel.
Evans has not filmed any episodes of "Teen Mom 2" since April.
"People are dying. And if opposing the environment in which people are dying means that some MAGA-hat-wearing wanker doesn't feel 'comfortable' on campus or out in public, then so be it."
Leaders of the Secret Service and Homeland Security have been forced out, and the director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services could be next.
"He should be fired. Mnuchin failed to comply with ethics rules in financial disclosure."
The Fox News Monday morning crew said Nielsen was tasked with an "impossible" and "thankless" job.
"It doesn't matter if your intention is sexual or just friendly, you can't massage a woman's shoulders and sniff her hair and kiss the back of her head. That's not appropriate," Tapper said.
California Republicans introduced legislation calling for the University of California, Davis, to fire an English professor who called for the death of police officers in 2014 and 2015.
"He didn't want me to wear makeup and that I couldn't and that my job depended on it."
"The University of Miami is committed to promoting and supporting diversity in its students, faculty, and staff and finds any transphobic comments unacceptable," a UHealth spokesperson told Newsweek.
"Get rid of my kids. Get them back to New York," the president told his then–chief of staff, John Kelly, according to a new book.
"That comment that a substitute made to my son is not appreciated for any of my family members or myself."
In his complaint, Nicholas Stover argues that Amazon violated the Americans with Disabilities Act with their "unyielding and inhuman policies regarding bathroom access."
In January, Daniel Coats gave a briefing on North Korea, Iran and ISIS that many said was at odds with the Trump administration's positions. Now he might be replaced.
An Akron, Ohio police officer was fired this past week after a lengthy investigation into a Facebook post about killing Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan.