The employee shared a snap of the typed-out letter sent to all workers, which included capital letters and bold font.
Newsweek spoke to popular YouTubers Girlfriend Reviews about their recent "Last of Us 2" controversy, after a Reddit user accused the channel's fans of sending death threats.
A description reads: "If you distance yourself from him (Hitler) by dehumanizing him and calling him a monster, you are doing psychological damage to yourself."
"Dave will snow-blow your drive before you come home from a winter vacation, so you can drive right into your garage."
Da Leigh told Newsweek she quit after a day-and-a-half because she was "being denied basic human rights."
Pumpkin's story stunned cat lovers, with one saying "how can they give away a companion after 18 years only because of hairs?"
Henry the cat was so ill he could barely even open his eyes when he was rescued from a shelter in Paris, Texas.
Gary and Melissa began keeping tabs on one another via Amazon Chime as they worked from home. The pair detailed their romantic story after it trended online.
A Reddit user shared the image of the herd working hard to chew away invasive plants behind the Silverdale apartment building over 13 days.
One woman has taken her love of cats to hilarious new heights with a spoof maternity shoot poking fun at Beyoncé.
When a woman decided to take her cat to the groomer, the end result was not quite what she had in mind.
The man, who is part of the online "incel" community, refused to be removed from a gym after filming a woman while offering to massage her.
The California firefighter caused confusion with a video showing her starting fires from a vehicle, but there's a perfectly reasonable explanation behind it.
A woman was caught on video having a massive meltdown at an airport while her child cries and begs her to stop.
A man claimed to have been removed from a wedding's guest list, even though he is hosting the ceremony at his house.
The best man claims the bride said his wife wasn't "allowed" to talk about her pregnancy at the wedding, and that the groom asked him to just "deal" with it.
In a cost-saving move, the bride and groom did not hire anyone to clean their rented dishes, forcing guests to do it instead. The newlyweds reportedly divorced three years later. Needless to say, the Redditor who shared the story on social media said she did not attend the bride's next wedding.
In a Reddit post, the man says that his girlfriend skipped meals and took a second job in order to afford the lavish vacation. Commenters were not pleased.
While the adults and children inside escaped unscathed, they were "in shock," Carl Hobi, the storm chaser who caught the moment on camera, told Newsweek.
"Hey, congrats on your upcoming wedding but your plan to host a ton of people and play 'loud music' for two days is not going to work for the residents of this area," said a note taped to the bride's demands.
A viral forum on Reddit has struck a chord among the emergency responder community, which said misuse of the 911 phone number has grown rampant in recent years.
The video, which shows the wild animal sat up like a human in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, has caused a debate over how visitors should handle bears.
"IF YOU ARE PREGNANT YOU WILL BE UNINVITED," the bride allegedly decreed. "This is the ultimate betrayal."
Jacob Haendel is the only known case of recovery of acute toxic progressive stage four leukoencephalopathy. He is also recovering from locked-in syndrome.
"Mario Golf: Super Rush" has launched with a total of six 18-hole courses, but only two of these are available from the very start. Here is how you unlock the rest.
"We pleaded and pleaded with them not to do it, but their mind was made up. That tree was coming down," the 16-foot-tall tree's owner, Bharat Mistry, said.
After losing everything to a tornado, Jake Sansing decided to travel 10,000 miles by foot across America over three years.
The medicine bottle lists cocaine, morphine and alcohol as ingredients, and was surprisingly frequently used in the 20th century.
One Simple Wish said it was working to upgrade its site after a single Reddit comment sparked a surge of support and donations for foster children.