Kevin Steincross, who works at Fox affiliate KTVI in St. Louis, was speaking on the station's news show around 5:30 a.m. when he mispronounced King's name.
Tagouri took to her social media feeds to start a conversation about the dangers of misrepresentation.
The student alleges she was told she couldn't perform because her skin was "too dark" and that it "clashed" with the color of the costumes.
The former first lady is celebrating her 55th birthday, and husband Barack Obama is paying tribute with an old photo.
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A school bus aide who launched into a profane tirade against a student has been fired.
A Christian missionary who worked as a hotel dishwasher for a decade says her religious rights were violated when her manager demanded that she work on Sundays.
“Don’t let this challenge create anxiety within you about ageing — it’s an absolute privilege,” Katie Piper told her followers.
One woman wanted to be a grandmother so badly that she purchased a baby dress in 2011 and waited nearly seven years to give it to her daughter at her gender reveal party.
Although the accident took the young man's life, he was able to give the gift of life to his ailing father and, as an organ donor, to several other recipients.
A former server at Chili’s Grill & Bar says she wasn't promoted because she didn't dress in a "gender-appropriate" way.
When Caroline Calloway, a 27-year-old Instagram influencer and writer, abruptly cancelled her tour of creativity workshops scheduled across America, all eyes were watching. "This woman is a blatant scammer who's now organizing a WORLDWIDE TOUR with this 'workshop' she admits she wrote in one day, I think it's categorical bullshit that nobody is talking about & that we glorify this 'influencer' nonsense," Donaldson tweeted. It wasn't long before Calloway found Donaldson's Twitter thread and ultimately cancelled her remaining dates, saying the criticism was "really valid" and ceded that "preparation was inadequate" and the event did not live up to what people had paid $165 (plus fees) for.
An Arizona man will be attending a stranger's bachelor party in Vermont thanks to a typo in an email address and a successful GoFundMe campaign.
A Facebook user named Tara Renee took a photo of a Subway employee putting her bare feet on a food-prep counter in Ann Arbor, Mich., and now the restaurant chain and the health department are investigating.
Donald Simon, an autistic man from Staten Island, N.Y., went to a local Dunkin' Donuts and made a new friend in employee Bryan Lara.
A newlywed bride who was gunned down in a parking lot was allegedly killed in a drug deal gone wrong — and her husband is being charged with murder.
"We do not encourage anyone to try anything like this ever. You are supposed to be in your car when you drive," a spokesperson for the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department said.