The family of a 65-year-old resident of a Toronto nursing care center were horrified when they went for a visit and found him disheveled, confused and with a Nazi symbol drawn on his scalp.
Conservative radio host Bryan Fischer made the false claim that Adolf Hitler's Nazi Party was formed in a "gay bar in Munich, Germany."
"I was sure that Trump was going to get elected, the day he announced. I said, 'It's going to be like Hitler, and the Mexicans are the new Jews.'"
"A big mistake but it was a mistake," Lt. Col. Brian Fickel told Newsweek. "I'm sure there was nothing bad intended. It was just an error in judgment."
Berlin police say nothing was removed from the unmarked grave at the Invalids' Cemetery.
Helmut Oberlander may be deported back to Germany after lying to obtain his Canadian citizenship after spending World War II working as a translator for a Nazi killing squad in Russia and Ukraine.
The "Hunters" trailer shows Al Pacino giving a pep talk to his new team of Nazi-hunters in the Amazon Prime show coming in 2020.
A group associated with the Nazi Party posted fliers with swastikas and a message to "Love your folk" around the Tempe campus of Arizona State University.
The painting, by American artist Gari Melchers, was stolen by Nazis in 1933.
The artwork sparked outrage at Burning Man and has been the subject of multiple complaints to the Ant-Defamation League.
Advocates have reported an uptick in both anti-Semitic and homophobic attacks across Europe in recent years.
"Wolfenstein: Youngblood" executive producer Jerk Gustafsson describes how playing as Jess and Soph Blazkowicz resulted in a non-linear campaign to free Paris from Nazi occupation.
The Dutch senator has attempted to apologize for the statements which he now says he regrets.
"Must have been an 'awkward' moment for Angela Merkel to sit in ceremony as the Allies commemorated D-Day," Huckabee tweeted.
The 1944 book has chilling details about Jewish communities across the U.S. and Canada.
The report warned of "critical gaps in general Holocaust awareness and detailed Holocaust knowledge," especially among young people.
Catholic League President Bill Donohue criticized Native American activist Nathan Phillips' Covington confrontation, saying, "it wasn't the white kids who called the Indians savages, it was the black thugs."
Student Nicole Parsons put up the poster after racist graffiti was scrawled on campus.
Nine GM employees who are black filed a lawsuit against the company for failing to address dozens of racist incidents, including "Whites Only" signs and a hanging noose, in a Toledo, Ohio, factory.
The vandals also spray-painted an anti-Semitic slur on the Jewish professor's office.
"It lines up, historically, exactly with what certain countries were talking about when they were talking about gypsies and Jews," the "Morning Joe" host said.
"A good rule of thumb would be: 'if your costume calls to mind an event where millions were killed, choose another costume.'"
"Every time some anti-white, anti-American, anti-freedom event takes place, you look at it, and it's Jews behind it," the posters read.
"Confronting multilateralism is not a sign of strength. Rather, it is a symptom of a weakness of intellect," the Iranian president told the U.N. General Assembly.
"We are Americans, we're supposed to stand up to bullies. Not follow them," Obama said.