Fred Deutsch, who represents South Dakota's 4th District in the state House, is trying to pass a bill banning surgery on transgender children under the age of 16.
Marginalized groups are strongest when they advocate for one another
Sidney Zoltak, 89, said he is worried about global indifference towards hateful politics and modern genocides.
Agi Geva, 88, survived concentration camps, slave labor and death marches after being taken from her home in Hungary.
It's the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, but a recent poll says only 45 percent of Americans know 6 million Jewish people died during the Holocaust.
The diaries of Friedrich Kellner were translated and published by his grandson Robert Scott Kellner, detailing his opposition to the Nazi regime. January 27 is International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
Decades after the end of the Holocaust with the closure of Nazi concentration camps U.S. forces helped liberate, the number of hate crimes against Jews in America hits a record high.
What is impressive about the range of activity of the week (in both geography and substance) is how strong Vice President Pence's messages have been.
Numerous world leaders, dignitaries and royals have traveled to Israel for the World Holocaust Forum marking 75 years since the liberation of the Auschwitz death camp.
"As racist ethnonationalism and white supremacy grows across the world, this study is an urgent and unsettling reminder of how little history is informing our understanding of today," Rabbi Alissa Wise told Newsweek.
And fewer than half can name how Hitler came to power.
More than half of those surveyed also believe a new Holocaust could happen today somewhere in Europe.
Video footage of children in a Polish elementary school re-enacting moments from the Holocaust, including the gassing of prisoners at the Auschwitz concentration camp, has appalled the world.
Several U.S.-based Jewish groups blasted Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani as an outright "anti-Semite" after he repeatedly claimed he's "more of a Jew" than Holocaust survivor and philanthropist George Soros.
"'Death to Judah' so the flag says, 'Judah will live forever,' so the light answers," Rachel Posner wrote in German on the back of the photograph.
Ukraine elected its first Jewish president in May, but vandalism targeting Jewish monuments and memorials has raised concerns about anti-Semitism.
Gypsy costumes promise you look mysterious and sexy. Why would it matter we so-called "free-spirited Gypsies" survived centuries of slavery, were targeted in the Holocaust and are still victims of violence and scapegoating?
Bruno Dey is the latest in a string of former Nazis who are only now going to trial for the crimes they committed during the Holocaust. He will be tried on 5,230 counts of accessory to murder.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said he was "disgusted" by the act, disclosing that he directed the State Police Hate Crimes Task Force to join the investigation.
The union claimed the omission was the result of a "drafting error" and sent an updated email, which referenced the six million Jewish people who were murdered.
The Catholic Church celebrated the beatification of Richard Henkes, a priest who was an outspoken critic of the Third Reich during the 30s and 40s and who died of typhus while ministering to the sick at the Dachau concentration camp.
Master Sergeant Roddie Edmonds never told anyone about what he did, not even his son. But then his son decided to find out.
Erdogan claimed that Israel is an aggressive, expansionist power and that it is inflicting great injustice on the Palestinian people.
Communist Poland expelled many of its surviving Jews in a nation-wide anti-Semitic campaign, two decades after the war.
A U.S. Army recruiting commander in Houston, Texas, has been suspended pending an investigation into a memo sent out to Army recruiters that used a Nazi motto.
Advocates have reported an uptick in both anti-Semitic and homophobic attacks across Europe in recent years.
Some of the stolen money came from Holocaust reparation checks issued by the German government, according to the grandson of a couple who were allegedly exploited by their caretaker.
A new YouGov poll shows that 35 percent of adults would be "not at all surprised" if the systematic killing of a religious group occurred in America today.
A business owner in Boca Raton offered William Latson an all expenses paid trip to the concentration camp to help educate the former Spanish River Community High School principal on the tragedies of the Holocaust.
Much could change between now and election day, but this re-run election is already shaping up to be very different from the original.