Donald Trump is getting hit from all sides, but he really doesn't seem to care.
Yesterday, the National Broadcasting Company issued a statement:
"At NBC, respect and dignity for all people are cornerstones of our values. Due to the recent derogatory statements by Donald Trump regarding immigrants, NBCUniversal is ending its business relationship with Mr. Trump."
The Donald's been at the center of a political firestorm after making tremendously derogatory statements about Mexico and Mexicans in his presidential campaign kick-off speech. And his official statement on the end of his relationship with NBC?
"As of today, Donald J. Trump is no longer affiliated with NBC. Mr. Trump stands by his statements on illegal immigration, which are accurate. NBC is weak, and like everybody else is trying to be politically correct--- that is why our country is in serious trouble."
So, no more wondering who's getting fired next on The Apprentice - since the guy who does the firing has been fired.
WATCH: NBC says it's cutting ties with Donald Trump, but Trump says he's also ending his relationship with NBC. He's not going to apologize for his "accurate" comments, accusing some Mexican immigrants of bringing drugs, crime and rapists to the U.S. http://cbsn.ws/1IoBIXZ
The tiny island country of Greece - not insignificant, as it is the birthplace of Western Civilization - is in a real financial bind right now.
The banks are closed to prevent a run on their money, and people are limited to withdrawing the equivalent of $67 or so a day from their ATMs.
The banks will stay closed until next week, and the people of Greece will be voting over the weekend to see if they'll stay in the European Union or not.
Want to know what's going on?
Here's a 60-second summation, courtesy of CBSN, the official site of CBS News...
With Greece on the brink of default, and possibly leaving the eurozone, what does it mean for the Greeks, Europe and the global economy? CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger breaks down the origins and effects of the Greek debt crisis.
On Friday, President Obama delivered the eulogy at the funeral of the Reverend Clementa Pinckney, one of the victims of last week's horrendous shooting at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina
His words were strong, emotional and poignant.
And at the end, he led the crowd in singing "Amazing Grace."