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Whole Foods CEOs Apologize For Overcharging Issues

Whole Foods Market’s CEOs apologized Thursday after an investigation found that the grocer routinely overcharged for prepackaged fruits, vegetables and deli meats.


The Patriots sent a customized Twitter message to fans who retweeted them. (Image: Patriots Twitter)

New England Patriots Apologize For ‘Regrettable Tweet’

The New England Patriots have apologized after a social media celebration went horribly wrong.


This cartoon appeared in the Boston Herald, Oct. 1, 2014. (Image courtesy: Boston Herald)

Boston Herald, Artist Apologize For Obama ‘Watermelon Toothpaste’ Cartoon

The Boston Herald issued an apology Wednesday for a political cartoon mocking President Obama and the Secret Service security failures.


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Brookline Bank Robber Apologizes, Thanks Tellers After Getting Cash

A man who has robbed a bank in Brookline twice in the last two months apologized to tellers and thanked them as he took off on Tuesday.


Former Boston FBI Supervisor John Morris outside federal court, June 27, 2013. (Photo courtesy: Boston Globe-Wendy Maeda)

Ex-FBI Agent Apologizes To Murdered Man’s Family At Bulger Trial

Disgraced former FBI supervisor John Morris became tearful and choked up on the witness stand as he was apologizing to victims’ families.


Mark Hussey,aka 'Dogg,' was fired Feb. 22 after his plowing video went viral

Fired Plow Driver Back With New Video – An Apology

It’s probably too late, but the snow plow driver who was fired for a foul-mouthed video he made during the blizzard says he’s sorry.


Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren at the WBZ-TV debate. (Photo by Peter Casey)

Brown Apologizes For Comment About ‘Actors’ In Warren Asbestos Ads

Sen. Scott Brown is apologizing for suggesting Democratic rival Elizabeth Warren used paid actors in political ads defending her legal work in an asbestos lawsuit.


This train took four hours to travel from Boston to Worcester Monday night.

MBCR: No Apology Could Suffice

The people in charge of the commuter rail say there is no apology that they could issue that would make things better for the people who were on broken down trains for five hours Monday.