ABC cancelled Barr's show, Roseanne, in May after the star went on a racist Twitter rant that included calling a longtime adviser to President Barack Obama the baby of "Muslim brotherhood and planet of the apes."
An upstate New York newspaper has received backlash over its publishing of a cartoon showing a man with MS-13 gang tattoos and holding a baby as he crosses the U.S. border.
The leader of the Philippines doubled down on comments about the story of Adam and Eve, announcing, "Your God is not my God, because your God is stupid."
The head of parliament's families committee told Russian women to keep away from foreign men, while the head of the sports committee wants a baby boom.
Students at Juanita High School voted to keep their "Rebels" mascot after several petitions ensnared the Kirkland, Washington, community into a debate on symbols of racial hate, the Confederacy and U.S. history.
Livingston said he was suspended from Facebook for nine days after he railed against "little Caucasians" and wrote that he is "resigning" from his race after he had trouble picking up a burger in Harlem.
"We always was watching him. He was one of those kids you always kept an eye on."
"So full of racism, conspiracy theories and personal attacks. Abhorrent, bordering on presidential."
Students seen spelling out the n-word on a Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania high school whiteboard claim they received death threats after the video was posted to social media.
"It was stone cold racist comment. It wasn't a joke, it was mean spirited, it was vile. ABC knew this about her going in," Steve Schmidt said of Roseanne.
Barr said she was going to leave Twitter after receiving criticism for her racist rant toward Valerie Jarrett on Tuesday, but it seems the comedian is still actively tweeting.
Fans are suggesting Fox could pick up the series similar to how NBC did when Fox canceled "Brooklyn Nine Nine."
The photo depicted the Telfair County High School tennis team on a school bus, reportedly after the team lost in the state tournament.
A black New Jersey school board member called the South Orange police chief a "skinhead" during a combative April traffic stop revealed in police dash cam video.
"I mean, this is what we go through. [A] young black man out here trying to do what's right, and we get the police called on us."
The mail was also addressed to "Mr. Getout Ofengland."
A woman called the police on a group of black people using an unpermitted charcoal grill by Oakland, California's Lake Merritt—but family and witnesses said the issue was about racism.
The "promposal" was criticized as racist and "sad" by their peers—and the same slavery prom date proposal just got a Florida student banned from his prom last week.
"I am not a racist," one student said in an apology letter before calling the use of the n-word by black people "hypocritical."
A recent viral video, showing a young man with a kippa on his head, by a suspect of Syrian origin has enflamed a debate about anti-Semitism in Germany.
Young whites tended to have a more favorable view of Trump than young people of color.
Jordan Jereb had claimed his group, Republic of Florida, trained Cruz. Those claims were later walked back.