Mark Zuckerberg clarifies his Holocaust comments

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg tried to clarify his controversial comments about Holocaust deniers Wednesday afternoon, hours after he was quoted saying some deniers who post on Facebook aren't "intentionally getting it wrong."

Read Samantha Bee's on-air apology

In a new episode of "Full Frontal with Samantha Bee" on Wednesday, the late-night host addressed the controversy over her use of a vulgar term to describe first daughter Ivanka Trump. Bee spoke directly to the camera for nearly two minutes before the show's opening credits.

Kentucky governor apologizes for sexual abuse remarks

Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin issued an apology Sunday for remarks he made Friday that suggested a state-wide teachers' strike left schoolchildren vulnerable to harm, sexual assault and drugs, saying his remarks had "unintended consequences."

Burke apologizes to Neenah schools superintendent

Candidate apologizes over campaign trail comment

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke has apologized to the superintendent of the Neenah school district for comments she made on the campaign trail.

Braun calls fans to apologize

Brewers: Braun requested contact information for season ticket holders

The controversial Brewer Ryan Braun has started speaking out to fans.