"I will never let that happen to you guys again,” the reality star told her family on "The Kardashians."
The "How I Met Your Mother" actor hosted a party with a "regrettable" meat platter featuring a fake corpse of the late "Rehab" singer.
A seemingly botched third-strike call produced the unusual moment between the ump and Mets pitcher Chris Bassitt.
The Oscar winner apologized in an Instagram statement to the comedian, the academy, attendees and the Williams family.
The network angered many fans online by briefly misidentifying breakout country singer Guyton as Aiko during the broadcast.
California's Inglewood High School trounced Morningside by a margin so extreme that the losing coach called his rival "classless."
Richards called the podcast's co-host a “booth ho” and “booth slut” and disparaged co-workers' bodies.
A question about a condition called postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome, or POTS, upset many viewers.
“If you are learning about the Holocaust at almost 50 years of age, you’ve got a real problem," said Ana Navarro.
Sen. Chuck Schumer apologized for using “outdated and hurtful language” when discussing people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.