The alternate history series based on Philip K. Dick's famous novel returns for a second season, and is far more ominous post election.
"Hail Trump! Hail our people! Hail victory!"
Maybe Marx was right. The uneducated are fighting for their very existence.
Both countries' parliaments voted to consider the Soviet-Nazi pact as the reason for the war.
'The public discourse on the migrant issue has crossed the line into hate speech.'
A Spanish double agent did everything he could to stop his wife from blowing his cover.
While Putin's immediate target is Ukraine, ultimately he wants to redraw the map of Europe much as Hitler did at Munich.
"Looking upon that cruelty, in that concentration camp, I thought immediately of the cruelties of today," he said after last week's visit.
'The Boys of '36'—airing Tuesday on PBS—follows the University of Washington rowers who struggled through the depression and won gold in Berlin.
The minister offended the Palestinians' national poet after an Israeli radio broadcast.
A collection of 169 Nazi items were sold at an auction described as "disgusting" by the Central Council of Jews.
"Il Giornale" says the decision to distribute an annotated version of Hitler's book was aimed "to study what is evil to avoid its return."
EC president's top aide also said a Johnson premiership would be a "horror scenario."
The European Council president said the ex-London mayor "crossed the boundaries of a rational discourse."
AP photographs were used for Nazi propaganda, according to The Guardian newspaper.