Nicki Minaj Slammed for Glorifying Nazism in 'Only' Video
Nicki Minaj is no stranger to controversy, but this time, some say she's gone too far. Critics of the singer, including the Anti-Defamation League , claim the imagery in the video for her song "Only" evokes that of Nazi Germany and glorifies Hitler. "Nicki Minaj’s new video disturbingly evokes
Excerpt: Robert M. Edsel's 'The Monuments Men'
Excerpted from THE MONUMENTS MEN: Allied Heroes, Nazi Thieves, and the Greatest Treasure Hunt in History Copyright © 2009 by Robert M. Edsel. Reprinted with permission of Back Bay Books / Little, Brown and Company; all rights reserved. C H A P T E R...
Outrage after billionaire compared the richest 1 percent in America to Jews in Nazi Germany.
Neo-Nazis Stage Rally on Kristallnacht Anniversary in Kansas City
Coalition of White Supremacists Plan to Commemorate 75th Anniversary of Kristallnacht
How the World Shrugged Off Kristallnacht
In the days surrounding Nov. 9, 1938, the Nazis committed the worst pogrom Germany had seen since the Middle Ages. To mark the incident's 75th anniversary, an exhibition in Berlin gathers previously unknown reports by foreign diplomats, revealing how the shocking events prompted little more than
Missing Nazi Diary Recovered by Federal Authorities
Officials located missing pages of Alfred Rosenberg's wartime diary in upstate New York.
Nobel Laureate Explores How Art Impacts the Brain
Neuropsychiatrist and Nobel laureate Eric Kandel's recent book on the brain, art and the creative process is a fascinating look into the brand new area of research called "neuroaesthetics." Just as fascinating is his perspective on turn-of-the-century Vienna, the city of his birth, which later
Today In Pictures: Nov. 10, 2011
Family members and U.S. soldiers embrace during a welcome-home ceremony for troops returning from Iraq, Nov. 10, 2011, in Fort Carson, Colo. More than 100 soldiers from the 549th Quartermaster Company, 43rd Sustainment Brigade returned after a seven-month deployment. (John Moore/Getty Images) ...
Nov. 9: Kristallnacht 1938; Fall of the Berlin Wall 1989
1938 Kristallnacht, ‘Night of Broken Glass’ Adolf Hitler’s campaign to purge Germany and Austria of their Jewish populations escalated on the night of Nov. 9, 1938. Nazis terrorized Jewish neighborhoods, breaking the windows of homes, businesses and synagogues. Fires were set, and the Nazi storm
Nov. 9, 1988: 50 Years After Kristallnacht
There have been ceremonies around the world today to mark the night on which the Nazi holocaust began on November the ninth 1938. Nazi storm troopers attacked Jewish homes businesses and synagogues. Throughout Germany and occupied Austria the Germans called knocked. Crystal night so named for the