Survivors of Japanese-American internment are speaking out to make sure that what happened to them doesn't happen to Muslims, Latinos or other groups.
By Janie Har, Associated Press
Her biggest scoop came at age 27, just days into her rookie reporting career. Hollingworth was reporting in southern Poland for Britain's Daily Telegraph when she decided to investigate what was happening across the border.
By Lorna Baldwin
Heirs trying to recover artwork lost to Nazi looting during World War II could get some help under a bill approved by a Senate panel on Thursday.
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
President Barack Obama paid tribute Friday to the "silent cry" of the 140,000 victims of the atomic bomb dropped 71 years ago on Hiroshima, and called on the world to abandon "the logic of fear" that encourages the stockpiling of…
By Nancy Benac and Foster Klug, Associated Press
By Phil Hirschkorn
Holocaust survivors and their descendants have been embroiled for decades in complex legal battles for the art that once belonged to their families.
By Josh Lederman and Kathleen Hennessey, Associated Press
"He will not revisit the decision to use the atomic bomb at the end of World War II. Instead, he will offer a forward-looking vision focused on our shared future," deputy national security adviser Ben Rhodes said.
About 30 World War II "Rosie the Riveters" were greeted with a hero's welcome at Reagan National Airport. The women who helped America win the war more than 70 years ago were part of the honor flight program that, since…
By Richard Lardner, Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- The House has passed legislation to allow female World War II pilots known as WASPs to continue placing their ashes at Arlington National Cemetery.
By Larisa Epatko
BMW turns 100 years old on Monday. Before the company made high-end motorcycles and cars, it powered some of Germany’s preeminent fighter airplanes as far back as World War I.
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