apology

The comedian says he's happy to apologize to "anyone who's actually offended by anything I've said."
The U.K. prime minister rejected an MP's demand that he apologize for a 2018 column comparing Muslim women in burkas to letterboxes and bank robbers.
Gov. Kay Ivey (R) apologized and said she couldn't recall the incident. But she also said she wouldn't deny "the obvious" after an audio recording surfaced.
The presidential hopeful still has work to do, and demanding she do what’s left is beyond reasonable.
It seems the rubric for whether apologies are in fact “good” or “bad” has very little to do these days with whether the star is even truly sorry.
Dennis Muilenburg told CBS the plane manufacturer also apologizes "more broadly to the traveling public where confidence has been affected."
Joking about non-consensual touching and not apologizing is a Trump move, not that of a man who claims to respect women.
Police officers have apologized for using a live snake to terrify a suspected thief after a video went viral online.
"My intention is never to offend my constituents or Jewish Americans as a whole," the Minnesota freshman said.
The Italian luxury brand removed the $890 top from its website and stores after people compared it with racist caricatures.
In a video posted to YouTube, the 2020 presidential contender said her views have changed.
Lady Gaga, Chance the Rapper and other famous folk should absolutely denounce R. Kelly and stand up for black girls.
The freshman congresswoman from Michigan says she "won’t apologize for being upset or angry” at the Trump administration.
The comedian, who stepped down from hosting the Oscars, made the apology just days after a controversial appearance on “The Ellen Degeneres Show.”
"My father would have found it so unbecoming and disrespectful and he would have told me," the "Morning Joe" co-host told viewers.
The comedian, who was named as the host of the 2019 Academy Awards this week, faced criticism over homophobic jokes he made several years ago.
Like apologizing, responding to an "I'm sorry" takes maturity.
Roseanne Barr spoke to Sean Hannity in her first interview since ABC fired her for a racist tweet.
“If someone goes down on you, you go down on them. Standard double down rules," the comedian said.