White House press secretary Sean Spicer said that his attempt to compare the Holocaust and Syrian President Bashar Assad's use of chemical weapons was "inexcusable and reprehensible."…
By Ken Thomas and Jill Colvin, Associated Press
Holocaust survivors and their descendants have been embroiled for decades in complex legal battles for the art that once belonged to their families.
By Phil Hirschkorn
WASHINGTON — Republican front-runner Donald Trump on Tuesday defended a gesture he made with his right hand at a recent rally, saying he was pretending to take the oath of office. He called any suggestion that he was…
By Associated Press
"Mein Kampf" will go on sale in Germany next week after its copyright expires on Friday, marking the first time in 70 years the book will be legally reprinted in the country.
By Corinne Segal
By Daniel Costa-Roberts
The estate of the Nazi war criminal Joseph Goebbels is suing the publisher Random House over a book that used extensive excerpts from Goebbels' copyrighted diaries.
By Katelyn Polantz
In his book "The Art of Controversy: Political Cartoons and Their Enduring Power," journalist Victor Navasky writes about caricature's ability to disturb dictators, humble presidents and inflame readers. We present 13 of the most impactful cartoons featured in the book.
Never before has the story been told of a group of Americans who lived in Berlin as Hitler and his Nazi party clawed their way to ultimate power. Margaret Warner speaks with former Newsweek journalist and author Andrew Nagorski about…
'Crossing the Borders of Time': a Tale of Reclaimed Love Lost Amid WWII…
A heated debate over political extremism in the United Kingdom came to a head this week when the leader of the British National Party appeared on a BBC show.
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