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  • Germany prepares to publish Hitler's 'Mein Kampf' after 70 years

     
    Adolf Hitler's "Mein Kampf" will return to shelves in Germany after a 70-year absence....
  • Theater listings: Comedy shows in Chicago

    'Bad Touch' and'The Deep End': A double bill of improv. In "Bad Touch," Annoyance ensemble members Rich Sohn and Rebecca Sohn and featured guests explore unsavory topics; "The Deep End" features a rotating cast of Annoyance veterans, teachers and...
  • Book review: 'In the Garden of Beasts'

    Book review: 'In the Garden of Beasts'
    As the events leading up to World War II go, Franklin Roosevelt's 1933 appointment of a na´ve history professor as ambassador to Germany — and the professor's decision to take his adventurous adult daughter with him — rank pretty low in...
  • N.J. Gov. Christie Called Adolf Hitler

    N.J. Gov. Christie  Called Adolf Hitler
    During a rally in Trenton Thursday, a national union leader likened Governor Chris Christie to Adolf Hitler. Christopher Shelton, a top official at the Communication Workers of America, began his speech Thursday with, “Good afternoon brothers and...
  • Megan Fox: 'Hitler' remarks led to 'Transformers' firing

    Megan Fox: 'Hitler' remarks led to 'Transformers' firing
    Megan Fox was an up and coming starlet with Angelina Jolie's career square in her sights until she inexplicably was not invited to return for the third "Transformers" movie, "Dark of the Moon," after starring in the first two installments. Rumor had it...
  • Ex-Dior Designer John Galliano Guilty in Anti-Semitism Case

    Ex-Dior Designer John Galliano Guilty in Anti-Semitism Case
    PARIS -- Flamboyant fashion designer John Galliano was found guilty Thursday on charges of making anti-Semitic comments against at least three people in a Paris cafe. The French court gave him a suspended fine of 6,000 euros ($8,415) but he was not...
  • Wilson students give raucous welcome to military vets

    Wilson Middle School students on Thursday paid tribute to the men and women of the armed forces by giving a raucous welcome to several 20th Century war heroes, including a World War II veteran who met Adolf Hitler as an athlete at the 1936 Olympics in...
  • In The Pipeline: Tied together by wartime service

    In The Pipeline: Tied together by wartime service
    "That's the most beautiful thing — that flag," Helen Harris whispered to me in her thick, Greek accent, as the Boy Scouts hoisted Old Glory last week, on a warm, blustery Veterans Day. During World War II, Harris had been the official translator...
  • 10 things you might not know about height

    10 things you might not know about height
    2010 is shaping up as The Year of the Tall. The world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa, which was designed and built by Chicago firms, opened in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The world's tallest Jesus statue was erected in western Poland. Tennis...
  • Book review: 'Irrepressible: The Life and Times of Jessica Mitford' by Leslie Brody

    Book review: 'Irrepressible: The Life and Times of Jessica Mitford' by Leslie Brody
    In their time, the daughters of the second Baron Redesdale, better known as the Mitford sisters, were an industry. Their trade, for the most part, was their mere existence — swanning about British society, leaving scandal and newsprint in their...
  • Change agents: Slam poets take life by the throat

    Change agents: Slam poets take life by the throat
    Robert Frost once declared "poetry is a way of taking life by the throat." With apologies to Mr. Frost, Bryan Baquirian was determined to seize by the neck the 25 or so people gathered Friday at the CityArts Factory in downtown Orlando and shake them...
  • Glendale Council candidate: I'm gay

    Mike Mohill addressed the City Council Tuesday to reveal he is gay, one week after Councilman John Drayman announced his opponent’s decades-old misdemeanor lewd conduct convictions. Mohill and Drayman are vying with four other candidates for two...