House introduces anti-Nazi billBill to facilitate the return of Nazi-looted artworks to their original owners or heirs introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Archaeologists dig up Nazi time capsuleArchaeologists in Poland unearth Nazi time capsule circa 1934 containing images of Adolf Hitler, newspapers and other artifacts.
Warden in Ecuador disciplined for Nazi stampEcuador prison warden disciplined after it was found that guards used a Nazi-themed hand stamp to mark visitors.
When a Jewish Holocaust survivor abused Hitler’s hA Holocaust survivor was assigned to interrogate notorious Nazi Julius Streicher at the end of WWII. He claimed he abused him for three days
Treasure hunters come up empty in 'gold train' digTreasure hunters in Poland fail to find a hidden train long rumored to be filled with Nazi gold.
Former aide to top Nazi: Few would've taken standJoseph Goebbels' former personal secretary reveals what it was like working for Hitler's chief propagandist in a new film about her life.
Poland proposes: Jail users of Polish death campsPolish government proposes bill that would make the use of terms like "Polish death camps" a crime punishable by jail time.
'Gold train' dig to separate fact from fiction?Treasure hunters in Poland start digging for a hidden train long rumored to be filled with Nazi gold from the end of World War II.
Germany identifies eight Nazi war criminalsGerman investigators identify eight suspected Nazi war criminals who worked at the Stutthof concentration camp.
Himmler's diary discovered in archive in RussiaThe diary of Nazi SS leader discovered filed in an archive in Russia.
Elie Wiesel: In memoriamA tribute to a great man and an analysis of his influence.
Rifles, Nazi paraphernalia found in New York home29-year-old with a assault rifles, bomb-making instructions and Nazi paraphernalia in his home arrested on weapons charges.
Actress urges Senate to pass stolen art billOscar-winning actress Helen Mirren tells Senate about the importance of restoring art stolen by Nazis to its rightful owners.
'Comparing Israel to Nazis is anti-Semitic'Body devoted to commemorating the Holocaust adopts a definition of anti-Semitism that includes some hate speech against Israel.
'PA envoy likening soldiers to Nazis concerning'State Department: PA UN envoy’s likening of Israeli soldiers confronting stone throwers to Nazis is concerning.
Ex-Chief of Staff 'compares Israel to the Nazis'Journalist slams Gantz for saying 'our victory over the Nazis is measured in the way we use our force.'
There was nothing Zionist about Hitler’s plans for the JewsClearing up the Labour anti-Semitism row over Ken Livingstone's remark about Hitler supporitng Zionism.
Nazi-looted painting sequestered in GenevaNazi-looted painting sequestered in Geneva after its ownership was revealed in the Panama Papers.
Senate bill eases path to claims stolen artNew bipartisan bill would give claimants seeking the return of Nazi-looted artworks more time.
Einstein blamed US for not stopping NazisUS government of 1942 controlled by 'fascist financiers,' Einstein fumes in a never-before-seen letter.
British fund rejected 75% of Holocaust survivorsOnly one in four Jewish victims of the Nazis who applied for compensation from a British fund were paid, new documents show.
Swiss, German museums to show Nazi-era art hoardSwiss museum to exhibit works from Nazi-era art hoard it inherited two years ago from German recluse Cornelius Gurlitt.
How a Nazi SS commando became a Mossad assassinFor the first time, Mossad agents confirm that one of their most useful assassins was one of the top officers in the SS.
Associated Press collaborated with Nazi regimeExplosive revelations show how AP cooperated with Nazis in return for access to Germany; agency scrambles to respond.
Poland seeks punishment for 'Polish death camps'Poland drawing up new regulations to punish use of the phrase “Polish death camps” in reference to Nazi concentration camps.
Eichmann's unpublished request for pardonEichmann pleaded to Israel for clemency 2 days before he was executed, said he 'does not feel guilty.'
German cinema honors its 'most hated' Nazi hunterSurvivor turned lawyer who fought silence on Nazi war crimes, helped Mossad catch Eichman rediscovered in new films.
Abbas's Fatah: All Israelis are NazisFatah takes to cartoons in demonizing Jews, after same official who stated 'right' to murder Jews compares Netanyahu to Hitler.
Revealed: Germany still paying Nazi volunteersTelegraph exposes that the German government has continued to pay pensions to Spaniards who volunteered to fight for the Nazis.
Legacy of the Mufti and Hitler: The factsPutting the facts on the table about the Mufti and Hitler.
Polish Explorer Claims to Have Found Nazi TunnelsOn the heels of the gold train saga, Polish explorer says he found underground structure which the Nazis built to protect people.
Finders of Nazi 'Gold Train' Go PublicTreasure hunters reveal themselves amidst doubt about the train's existence.
Site of Potential 'Nazi Gold Train' an AttractionPeople flocking in large numbers to an area of Poland where treasure hunters are searching for the alleged Nazi "gold train".
Abbott Slammed for Saying ISIS Worse than NazisCouncil of Australian Jewry blasts Abbott, says ISIS's horrific crimes 'cannot be compared to the systematic round-up of millions.'
Doubts Cast on Reports of 'Nazi Gold' TrainEvidence that a 'treasure train' from Nazi-era Poland have been found is dubious at best, a local mayor reveals to reporters.
Polish Official Believes Nazi 'Gold Train' ExistsPolish Deputy Culture Minister says he has seen an image to prove the discovery of an armored Nazi train missing since World War II.
PM Goes After Inciters Who Put Him in Nazi UniformNetanyahu says he will take legal action against online agitator posting images of Israel's heads of state in Nazi uniforms.
Prosecutors Seeking 3.5 Years for GroeningGerman prosecutors ask for 3½-year prison sentence for Oskar Groening, a former SS sergeant who served at Auschwitz.
'Bookkeeper of Auschwitz' Admits GuiltOskar Groening admits guilt for his role in the Holocaust, a day before closing arguments postponed due to his bad health.
Nazis Invite Galloway to Address Anti-Semitic DemoGeorge Galloway invited to speak at far-right rally targeting Golders Green, in the heart of London's Jewish community.
Mexican Cheer Team in Hot Water for Nazi DanceMexican cheer team that carried swastika flags and tossed Nazi salute to crowd condemned after performance video surfaces online.
Nazi POW Camp Slated to Become Tourist TrapScotland camp where Rudolf Hess stayed to offer 'unique' vacation bunkers for tourists; project being hailed as preserving history.
Luxembourg Apologizes Over WWIILuxembourg apologizes to the Jewish community for its "suffering" during the Nazi occupation in World War II.
102-Year-Old Holocaust Survivor Finally Gets PhD77 years after Nazis barred her from sitting final exam in Germany, pediatric expert Ingeborg Syllm-Rapoport finally receives doctorate.
Polish Exhibit Shows Nude Tag Game in Gas ChamberMuseum exhibit with video of nude men and women playing tag receiving patronage from Israel embassy; 'repulsive and offensive.'
German Court Authorizes Return of Looted PaintingCourt formally authorizes the return of two paintings from Gurlitt trove to their rightful owners' descendants.
Europe, US Mark 70 Since Allies 'Saved the World'Ceremonies held throughout Europe and in US to remember World War II victory, warn of modern threats of evil.
Flemish Leader Disowns WWII Nazi CollaborationIn speech to Jewish community, right-wing Belgian politicians says Flemish collaboration with Nazi Germany was 'a mistake on all levels.'
Prosor to UN: Islamists are Today's NazisIsraeli ambassador says at 70th anniversary of WWII's end that Islamists as dangerous as Nazis, 'Jewish lives can't be entrusted to others.'
'Justice' for Jewish Art Curator Murdered by NazisFamous painting stolen by Nazis from Jewish curator who was tortured, persecuted before murder in Auschwitz returned to his daughter.
'Bookkeeper of Auschwitz' Describes 'Orderly' Camp"Everything happened in an orderly fashion," says former SS officer Oskar Groening at his trial in Germany.
'Bookkeeper of Auschwitz' Admits 'Moral Guilt'Former SS guard Oskar Groening admits he 'shares morally in the guilt' of the holocaust, but denies criminal responsibility.
Parents Support Teacher's Yellow Star 'Lesson'Parents expressed support for a teacher who had her kindergarten students wear a yellow star on the eve of Holocaust Memorial Day.
Still Boycotting Germany, Beitar Remembers VictimsMembers of the Beitar youth movement conducted their annual Holocaust Remembrance Day ceremony outside the German Embassy.
Defying Death in the Holocaust for a SisterSuzanna Braun was told to save her little sister as she was herded away to the gas chambers - and she did at all costs.
MK Regev: 70 Years Later, and the Same Old Hate70 years later, the world still hasn't learned the lesson of where unbridled hatred of Jews can lead it, wrote MK Miri Regev.
Fifth-Most Wanted Nazi Criminal Dies a Free ManSoren Kam, who was the fifth-most wanted war criminal on the Simon Wiesenthal Center list, dies at 93.