A clip of former SAP employee Janene Hoskovec coughing at a mother who was shopping with her child has been viewed 4 million times.
Employees claimed that Current Affairs founder Nathan J. Robinson "believes that the magazine and media venture we have collectively created is purely his."
Timon Oujiri said he "definitely noticed" he was still being overpaid by the summer of 2020 but failed to report it because he was "too embarrassed".
The officer will remain on administrative leave until he is officially removed from the force and will be able to appeal the police chief's deicision.
"Someone wanted to send a message to tell her to stop talking. They thought it would be a threat to her," Dr. Michelle Fiscus' husband said. "It was an obvious sign."
"I was a young Palestinian woman tweeting in the heat of the moment as I witnessed horrific, undeserved deaths," she said.
Students alleged that the teacher also told students he'd never seen racism in the U.S. and refused to let a Black student take off her face mask for a break.
Hole, a 19-year-old from Indiana, was identified as the gunman from Friday's mass shooting in Indianapolis by law enforcement officials.
"I had always hoped that when that moment inevitably came, USA TODAY would stand by me and my track record of speaking the truth about systemic racism," Hemal Jhaveri wrote about the newsroom she was employed by for eight years.
While emailing with the writer Bari Weiss, Carano claimed that she learned about her dismissal from the Disney+ series via social media "like everyone else."
Aurora Police Chief Vanessa Williams said former officer Robert Rosen's actions were "in direct contradiction" of the Department's efforts to rebuild trust with citizens.
All Pentagon advisory board members were removed as Biden Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin cleans house of all previous administration appointees.
A local news outlet reported that the nurse, who made a video declaring that she travels, doesn't wear a mask, and lets her kids have playdates, is no longer employed by Salem Health.
A Georgia sheriff's deputy was fired Sunday after being seen on video repeatedly hitting Walker, a Black man who was a passenger in a vehicle pulled over Friday.
Petitions have been set up both in favor of and in opposition to a high school assistant principal who yelled "f**k the police" at a Rochester, New York, protest Friday evening.
Cannon already hit back at ViacomCBS after his firing.
The Seattle Police Department said many of their newly hired, non-white officers would be the first let go should the city continue with drastic, politically motivated talks of budget cuts.
After a video of the workers playing with the noose was shared on Twitter, Jimmy John's said: "We have zero tolerance for racism or discrimination in any form."
The 52-year-old television personality has shared a photo of her laughing on her Instagram page amid claims she has been dropped from "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" cast.
A live stream video of NASCAR driver Kyle Larson went viral Monday as the audio clearly revealed him using a racial slur while testing his microphone during an online racing video game event.
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.