NBC, union investigate 'America's Got Talent' racism report

LOS ANGELES -- NBC and the union that represents television performers are investigating an allegation by an "America's Got Talent" judge that she was fired because she complained of racism and other on-set issues.

The Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists says in a statement Monday that it is investigating the allegations from Gabrielle Union, and that it takes such claims seriously.

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