Civil rights leaders Friday called for a “Django Unchained” actress to apologize after claiming Los Angeles Police Department officers racially profiled her.
The LA City Council is demanding that Donald Sterling apologize to basketball legend Magic Johnson and LA residents for his racist remarks.
Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck has apologized for failing to promptly notify the Police Commission about officers tampering with audio-video devices in patrol cars.
US Airways apologized Monday after a pornographic image was posted on the company’s Twitter feed.
Fashion House Apologizes For Touting Amy Adams Carried Their Purse Into Wake For Philip Seymour Hoffman
The fashion house Valentino has apologized for touting in an email blast to journalists that one of their pricey bags was carried by Amy Adams as she stepped from a car at the wake of Philip Seymour Hoffman.
Matt Barnes is apologizing to his Los Angeles Clippers teammates and coaches for getting ejected and then sending out a profane tweet.
A Los Angeles-based economic services firm issued an apology Monday after apparently using an image of the Birkenau concentration camp to promote its marketing services on its website.
Los Angeles Fire Chief Brian Cummings apologized Wednesday for a controversial photo depicting Mexicans he displayed on Twitter.
David Petraeus publicly apologized Tuesday night for the extramarital affair that forced his resignation as the head of the CIA.
Hours after calling 9-year-old “Beasts Of The Southern Wild” actress Quvenzhané Wallis a derogatory name over Twitter, The Onion has apologized.
Catholics in Los Angeles will hear an apology from Archbishop Jose Gomez as they attend mass on Sunday morning.
The son of The Hollywood Reporter founder Billy Wilkerson apologized Monday for the trade paper’s role in the Hollywood Blacklist that accused many entertainment industry professionals of being communist, single-handedly ruining their careers.
The biggest controversy during Wednesday night’s presidential debate may have been caused by KitchenAid.
The president of Southern California Edison is sending letters of apology to the hundreds of thousands of people who were left without electricity after last month’s devastating windstorm.
Police are asking for the public’s help to catch an armed robber.