"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.
A local CBS affiliate station in Pittsburgh fired the news producer behind a "known cheater" chyron placed under a Super Bowl segment about Tom Brady.
Trump "knows that she's reliable, that she will go out there on any show and defend him," ex-aide Cliff Sims said of Conway.
Along with the announcer's comment, the Swarm player claimed that fans said they were going to scalp him.
The boy's mother posted video footage of the incident on Facebook.
Five black NFL coaches have been fired from the league this year so far.
"There's a cost when speaking truth to power, and this time I paid the price by losing my job, but I'm not mourning, I'm organizing," Matt Bruce wrote on Facebook.
The teacher had taught at the school for nine years but refused to sign a contract prohibiting her from boycotting Israel.
Newly formed conservative news media network BlazeTV promptly fired Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes just days after Glenn Beck and Mark Levin merged their brands.
All three agencies where Chris Bush worked confirmed that he had been terminated following the insensitive post.
"At your request, I am submitting my resignation," Sessions wrote in his resignation letter.
But Sean Spicer said "SNL" executive producer Lorne Michaels should be fired for the joke.
"It's a small strip center and no other business was vandalized, so it was obviously politically motivated."
NBC will reportedly air a previous segment of Kelly's daytime show.
Amid backlash for her "blackface" comments, it is rumored that Kelly's job as host of her "Today" show segment is at risk.
"Everybody started laughing in the restaurant, and I got really embarrassed," the customer, Jimmy Shue, said.