Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló Expected To Resign Today, Source SaysCalls for his resignation erupted after a series of controversial and  crude texts between Roselló and his inner circle were leaked. Some of those messages included homophobic comments and jokes about victims of Hurricane Maria.
UPDATE: Popular Indiana Teacher Facing Termination Allowed To ResignStudents and parents rallied behind the teacher and wanted him to keep his job and even set up a  Facebook page to show their support.
Nick Sauer Update: Lake County Prosecutors Probe Revenge Porn ClaimsProsecutors in Lake County have launched an investigation into revenge porn allegations against former Illinois State Rep. Nick Sauer, who allegedly sent nude photos of an ex-girlfriend on Instagram.
Papa John's Pulling Founder's Image From Its MarketingHis face was off at least some materials by late morning Friday, though the company said the details and exact timing for everything were still being worked out.
Papa John's Founder John Schnatter Resigns As Chairman Of Board After Using Racial SlurPapa John's Pizza's founder John Schnatter may have resigned as chairman of the restaurant chain's board of directors following news that he used a racial slur in a conference call, but he still owns a substantial stake in the company.
Founder Of Willow Creek Megachurch Steps Down Amid Misconduct AllegationsRev. Bill Hybels, 66, called the controversy painful, while also denying any wrongdoing.
Gary Taps New Police Chief, After McKinley Abruptly ResignsGary Police Chief Larry McKinley has resigned after 3 1/2 years on the job, and will be replaced by a lieutenant in the department.
Outgoing NIU President To Get $600,000 Severance DealNorthern Illinois University will pay President Doug Baker about $600,000 plus benefits when he steps down later this month.
Fardon Resigns As Top Fed In Chicago; Joel Levin Acting U.S. AttorneyU.S. Attorney Zach Fardon has resigned as the head federal prosecutor in Chicago, and his top deputy, Joel Levin, will take his place until the Trump administration picks a replacement.
Former SNAP Director Denies Resignation Tied To Ex-Employee's LawsuitOne of the key leaders of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests has resigned, but he said his departure has nothing to do with a lawsuit filed against the organization this month by a former employee.
SNAP Announces Director Named In Lawsuit Has ResignedA longtime leader of the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests, an advocacy group that has for decades publicized allegations of sexual abuse by priests, left the organization at the end of 2016, according to a statement issued Tuesday by SNAP’s chairman.