The school district defended the principal's use of the slur, citing "educational purposes."
CBS has come to Garrett's defense after fans of the reality show called for his eviction.
A group of students identifying themselves as "Black MBA Candidates c/o 20200" wrote that the professor pronounced the word like the n-word "approximately five times," offending "all of the Black members of our Class."
"We acknowledge the need to formulate these categories with greater sensitivity and will take immediate steps to rectify this," a U.N. spokesman said.
Martell threatened to kill the first officer, calling him a "racist" as other officers took him into custody.
The opposing fans in Iowa also yelled, "Go back to the fields" and chanted "Trump 2020," according to the only Black player for the Charles City varsity team.
The Nationwide Children's Hospital described its former employee's behavior as "extremely troubling, inconsistent with our values."
Several individuals called in to a county council's virtual public forum on police accountability to deliver racial, homophobic and anti-Semitic slurs.
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.
Keisel claims that the confrontation and its aftermath caused him to lose his job and resulted in he and his girlfriend receiving death threats over social media.
Pastor James Mitchell said he was "broken-hearted" when he discovered the graffiti earlier this week.
Capt. Jim Duering, of the Grand Island Police Department, said he had never seen a child "with this level of hostility and seriousness of offenses." The young boy was cited and released.
Incidents at two separate stores in Charlotte led to terminations, temporary closures to train employees.
"She thought it was actually a cool thing to say and it's not," the man who recorded the video said.
Anna Lushchinskaya, 40, was arrested after she attacked passengers on the New York Subway on Tuesday.
"I feel like I have been lied to because I gave all my trust to the officers."
An upstate New York fire chief was removed from his position after posting a racial slur on Facebook directed at California congresswoman Maxine Waters.
Patricia Edelen, 47, ran from officers when they attempted to arrest her.
"They're screaming, 'We are the white supremacists,'"
The Marines were drinking alcohol in the videos.
The NBA star was in Oakland preparing for the NBA Finals when the slur was discovered.
An investigation shows that Sigma Alpha Epsilon members learned a racist chant at a national fraternity function.
As it apologizes for a racist video, the embattled University of Oklahoma fraternity hires a controversial defense attorney.
Officials at the University of Oklahoma have expelled two students identified in a video that features a racist chant.