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A composite image showing Albert Einstein around 1939 and nuclear explosion in French Polynesia in October 1971.

Albert Einstein wrote to the US pleading with the government to build an atomic bomb 80 years ago. Here’s what he said.

Albert Einstein wrote to President Franklin D. Roosevelt warning that Nazi Germany might be creating "extremely powerful bombs of a new type."

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez ignited a firestorm after she spent 3 days calling US migrant detention centers ‘concentration camps’

Ocasio-Cortez has been hitting back at critics who say the term 'concentration camp' shouldn't be used to describe migrant detention centers.
Peter Cvjetanovic (R) along with Neo Nazis, Alt-Right, and White Supremacists encircle and chant at counter protesters at the base of a statue of Thomas Jefferson after marching through the University of Virginia campus with torches in Charlottesville, Va., USA on August 11, 2017.

Fox News reporter accuses his colleagues of sounding ‘like a White Supremacist chat room’ in leaked email conversation about Charlottesvil...

Two Fox reporters defended two white supremacist protesters who attended the deadly Charlottesville "Unite the Right" rally in August 2017.
A Florida sheriff's office renamed its new K-9 puppy Scout, after recognizing his original name, Rommel, was the same name as a prominent Nazi.

A Florida sheriff’s office tweeted adorable pictures of its new K-9 puppy Rommel, then changed its name to Scout after realizing ‘the name...

The Lake County Sheriff's Office said the name Rommel had only been selected because it was the also name of the K-9 handler's childhood pet.

74 years ago, the Allies beat back the Nazis’ last major western offensive — here are 16 photos from the Battle of the Bulge

German troops slammed into Allied lines on December 16, 1944. It took six weeks for the Allies to fight back to their original positions.

74 years ago, the Nazis launched their last great western offensive of World War II — here are 13 photos of the Battle of the Bulge

On December 16, 1944, more than 200,000 German troops slammed into Allied lines in Belgium in the Nazis' last great western offensive of World War II.
Hitler at the Tag von Potsdam (Day of Potsdam) ceremony for the opening of the new Reichstag after the German federal election, March 1933.

1930s Germany shows us that bad tax policy can magnify Washington’s worst problem by 1,000

OPINION: Eliminating tax deductions relied upon by poorer, sicker, younger Americans to fund cuts for the rich will push America further into fringe politics.

Adolf Hitler’s 3-mile-long Nazi getaway is now a luxury resort — here are 6 insane facts about it

More than 9,000 workers helped build Prora, the 2.8-mile-long structure Hitler commissioned as a place for the ordinary German to relax.

Internet rights group slams Google and GoDaddy’s ‘dangerous’ decision to ban a neo-Nazi site

The Electronic Frontier Foundation issue a blistering statement yesterday slamming the domain gatekeepers for using their power to silence speech.

Cloudflare CEO explains his emotional decision to punt The Daily Stormer and subject it to hackers: I woke up ‘in a bad mood and decided to kick...

Cloudflare CEO Matthew Prince says he's "deeply uncomfortable" with his choice to drop the neo-Nazi website, The Daily Stormer.