As the son of one of Hitler's closest aides who spent much of his childhood at the dictator's mountain retreat, Albert Speer knows more than most Germans what it is like to live in the shadow of the country's Nazi past.
Filed under: Feeding & Nutrition , Health and Safety , Lifestyle My sister claims that I'm the Food Nazi when it comes to how I feed my kid. She bases this opinion on the fact that I don't feed my kid junk food. I suppose, on one hand, she's right: while Alex loves pasta and cheese sauce as much as the next kid, but when she craves it, I make it from scratch -- I wouldn't dream of
A North Toledo man whose dispute with a black neighbor attracted the attention of neo-Nazis and ultimately led to the Oct. 15 riot has been arrested on charges he used the Toledo Public Schools’ tax-exempt status to make personal purchases, authorities said.
Last week's federal court order to deport John Demjanjuk, the convicted Nazi guard once sentenced to death in Israel, is focusing renewed attention on the question of how to pursue justice in Holocaust-related cases.
WEST PALM BEACH — More than 4,000 people, including high school students and police chiefs, have visited a traveling museum exhibit that traces the Nazis' treatment of homosexuals under the Holocaust during its six-week visit to Palm Beach County, the exhibit's local sponsor said Thursday.
Liberal Democrat Party chief Charles Kennedy's admission he is battling alcoholism may be a first, but a fondness for drink is nothing new in the boozy culture of Britain's Parliament, where multiple bars help members pass the long hours between sessions and votes.
A Brooklyn jury convicted a man yesterday of stalking and terrorizing the biological mother who had put him up for adoption nearly four decades ago. Roger Siegel, 39, of San Diego shivered and shook when he heard the verdict after a three-day Federal Court trial.