State wants to ensure site is no longer attraction for neo-Nazis, but former owner insists she has always had an interest in a neutral use of Hitler's former home
Maher discusses topics ranging from Megyn Kelly's controversial Alex Jones interview to a Trump look-alike being stabbed in 'Julius Caesar,' to the use of Hitler comparisons in the news media
What does a democracy do when the man elected to head it obviously doesn’t have the minimal qualifications to run a state, and could cause it and the whole world to deteriorate into deep crises?
British undercover police who had to pose as Jews in Mandatory Palestine faced a complicated challenge: Learning to look sloppy
And what if Rabin hadn't been murdered? Serious historians are allowing themselves to grapple with such questions
Sergei Loznitsa's 'Austerlitz' reminds us of the distinction between 'tourism' and 'pilgrimage.' Noa Aharoni’s film about survivors shows how the damage ripples through generations
In 'The Book Thieves,' author Anders Rydell explains the Nazis' aim: to assert complete control over public information and literature, and utilize them to advance Hitler’s ideological goals.
Representative Larry Pittman questions necessity of American Civil War, drawing criticism just one day after White House press secretary said Hitler didn't use chemical weapons in WWII
Republican mega-donor Sheldon Adelson does not represent the Jewish people; he doesn't even represent American Jews, who voted overwhelmingly for Hillary Clinton last November
They were erroneous and offensive, but they broke the taboo of not comparing anything in the world to the Holocaust