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.
Arthur Jones has made no secret of his view that the Holocaust is a "racket," and he has even made that a prominent part of his latest bid for public office.
McKean County Deputy Colin Meeker is accused of entering the property near Ulysses while he was uniformed and on-duty to take down down the flag.
The meaning of "alt-right" has come more into focus, and it now includes white supremacy.
A member of the League of the South was arrested this week for violence that took place in Charlottesville, Virginia in August.
It all started with deodorant.
The study used brain scanning software to revisit an old and misguided theory.
Neil Erikson publishes videos of himself ranting about his belief that radical Islam is destroying society.
A tweet from the Democratic party is providing fodder for far-right conspiracy theories.
The rant calling for violence against Jews was published on Cantwell's site and also on Daily Stormer.
The giant symbol was the size of a four-story building.
The 17-year-old boy allegedly shot the girl's parents dead as they gathered in their Virginia home for Christmas.
Was Edward VIII, the Duke of Windsor, really a friend to Hitler during World War II?
Politicians in Moscow took turns saluting Putin and Russia's troops, and blasted the U.S. for getting "no significant results" on the battlefield.
A German court has ruled that Oskar Groening is fit to serve his sentence, which was handed down after a conviction for 300,000 counts of accessory to murder.
The U.S voted against the resolution because it wasn't expansive enough and could lead to limitations of freedom of expression.
Like its long-lost contemporaries, the swastika will be destroyed.
The "It's Okay to Be White" segment was typical Fox News fodder, but with an exception: Tucker Carlson was pushing forward a meme promoted by white supremacists.
Judges in the Netherlands said that the gold, originally from Crimea, may be returned to Ukraine instead.