They were expelled from the school trip and sent back to Israel.
After intense backlash against the “Polish death camps” law, Warsaw is watering it down to remove criminal punishment.
Scott Lively campaigned on the message that people who carried out abortions should face serious criminal penalties.
Patrick Little, who has embraced the tag of white nationalist, brought weapons to a deadly rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, last year.
The Palestinian Authority president gave a conspiracy theory-laden speech.
Seventy percent of Americans believe people care less about the Holocaust than they used to.
"Trump is an enabler. Trump has no ideas. Trump is out for himself. He’s a sick, very disturbed individual."
The controversial comments were made as Poland faces international backlash due to legislation that made it illegal to blame Poles for the Holocaust.
The report claims anti-Semitism was “a traditional feature of Polish political and economic life.”
Gun control has been widely debated since the Florida shooting.
Poland's prime minister has been accused of "an inability to understand history" by Israeli leader Netanyahu.
The Nazi professor's medical experiments were part of an attempt to prove the regime's racist ideology.
It is better, instead of covering up, that Polish legislators remind themselves what happened to us. Israel will not forget.
People convicted under the new law could face up to three years in jail.
A new curriculum outlining each European country’s role in the Holocaust will be made mandatory this week in schools across Israel.
The German chancellor said it was "shameful" Berlin still needed to allocate special police resources to protect Jewish institutions.
The first lady has made few appearances since reports surfaced that her husband’s lawyer possibly paid off a porn star to cover up an alleged affair.
South Carolina shocked parents when its Education Department’s social studies standards failed to include any mention of the Holocaust.
The artist’s intention was to "show the highest respect for the memory of the Holocaust.”
Rebecca Floer, 64, has until November 26 to leave the Israel after her request to remain in the country was denied.
The "Buffalo Plaid Dress" featured a six-point red snowflake on its chest that looked uncomfortably similar to the Star of David Jews were forced to wear during the Holocaust.
The $25,000 will bolster efforts by Efraim Zuroff to bring to justice members of the Einsatzgruppen, or mobile killing units.