The Tennessean

The Tennessean and its parent company, Gannett, fired an advertising manager for approving the full-page, anti-Muslim ad for publication.
Emanuel Kidega Samson, 25, is accused of killing one person and injuring seven others.
"To date, no reasonable explanation ... has been given," the complaint says.
All were willing to step up to make a difference, to lead when it could be dangerous, and to let their lives be shining examples for others. We should remember them when we face stormy and cloudy weather in our national life and become bright rainbows of hope like them.
The company did try to help, but it's still worth noting that religious beliefs generally should be accommodated by employers
In 2002, Wallace Earl Cook threatened to "cut [the] heart out" of Vanderbilt University's chancellor, Gordon Gee, because