Third Reich


PM Calls on Poles to Avoid Anti-Semitic Remarks

Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki on Sunday called on Poles to refrain from making anti-Semitic statements at a time when the country is under fire over a controversial Holocaust law.

Oskar Groening

German Prosecutors: Ex-Auschwitz Guard, 96, Fit for Prison

BERLIN (AP) — A 96-year-old former Auschwitz death camp guard who was convicted as an accessory to murder is fit to go to prison, German prosecutors said Wednesday. His lawyer said he will contest their decision.


Politico: Aborted Babies Necessary for Zika Research

A new essay in the online journal Politico decries a series of new legislative measures restricting abortions, arguing that effective research to combat the Zika virus somehow depends on the unfettered right to legally kill children in the womb and freely trade with their harvested tissue.

social security

Watchdog Says Social Security Paid $20.2 Million to Ex-Nazis

In a forthcoming report triggered by an Associated Press investigation, the top watchdog at the Social Security Administration found the agency paid $20.2 million in benefits to more than 130 suspected Nazi war criminals, SS guards, and others who may have participated in the Third Reich’s atrocities during World War II.