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WHITESBURG, Ky. - "Tonight Show" host Jay Leno has apologized to an eastern Kentucky doctor for insinuating that he looked like Adolf Hitler.
HARTFORD, Conn. — A piece of skull with a bullet hole through it that Russian officials claimed belonged to Adolf Hitler actually came from a woman, scientists at the University of Connecticut concluded.
Big star. Big story. Big budget.
Tom Cruise is shown in a scene from the film, "Valkyrie." MGM & United Artists
BERLIN - Leni Riefenstahl, whose hypnotic depiction of Hitler's Nuremberg rally, "Triumph of the Will," was renowned and despised as the best propaganda film ever made, has died. She was 101.
BERLIN - Tom Cruise and the crew of his new film, "Valkyrie," held a minute of silence for German anti-Nazi heroes as the team prepared to film at the site where they were executed, a fellow cast member said in comments published Sunday.
AMSTERDAM, Netherlands - A 105-year-old singer whose past as a singer in Nazi Germany has dogged his reputation for decades is back in the spotlight after telling a Dutch television show Adolf Hitler was a "good guy."
in this Saturday Feb. 16, 2008 file photo, singer Johannes Heesters holds his wife Simone Rethel, right, as he performs at De Flint theater in Amersfoort, Netherlands. 105-year-old Dutch-born Heesters whose past as a singer in Nazi Germany has dogged his reputation for decades is back in the spotlight after telling a Dutch television show Adolph Hitler was a "good guy." Heesters was asked by a Dutch journalist what he thought of Hitler. "A good guy, that's what he was," he said on the clip shown on tv in the Netherlands on Thursday, Dec. 4, 2008 on current affairs show De Wereld Draait Door.
LOS ANGELES - A Jewish group said Wednesday that it accepts Will Smith's explanation that he never praised Adolf Hitler in remarks the star says were misinterpreted.
Sixty years ago, they were the children of the victors getting an education among the vanquished.
REUNITED: Dick Thornber, class of ’47, and Sheila Burkart Mounsey, class of ’48, both of Kerrville Texas, were high school sweethearts in Frankfurt, Germany.
The Scottsdale-based Joe Foss Institute has discovered a seemingly unlikely guest speaker in Mesa author Inge Myrick.
Mitt, the means is the end. The way you get there is what will determine what you get when you arrive. No one can serve both God and money. Your early conditioning has warped your priorities. A values clarification is definitely in order. Both Hitler and Mussolini intended to improve the human race. They were not stupid men, but they were extremely ignorant. Please stop the lies and manipulation. They will not make you happier. Happiness will come along only with honesty, complete honesty.
ABILENE, Kan. -- When Dwight Eisenhower planned the World War II invasion that wrested Europe from Hitler's hands, he believed - as many strategists do today - that victory and a lasting peace required more than military might.
If the cat-sized flying scorpions in Frank Darabont’s “The Mist” don’t scare you silly, then the Old Testament-quoting crone with the Hitler complex will almost certainly do the trick.
BERLIN - The German government will allow the makers of a movie starring Tom Cruise as the country's most famous anti-Hitler plotter to film at the site where the hero was executed.
Next year, we suppose, there will be a great to-do about the 60th anniversary of D-Day.
Let’s face it, the nation’s founders didn’t create the Second Amendment to allow people to kill defenseless, unarmed school children.
It took Don Kennedy three paragraphs to get to Hitler in his condemnation of President Obama's asking for a grant of authority as part of his top secret clandestine behind-the-scenes State of The Union Address before a joint session of Congress ("Don't allow history to repeat itself: Socialism can lead to dictatorship," AFN, Feb. 1). Compare with Cheney and his hand puppet right-out-there-in-the-open-for-everyone-to-see pedaling bogus reasons for starting a war at the cost of spilled American blood and treasure. Post hoc ergo propter hoc - more powerful than compound interest!
Concerning Don Kennedy’s 14 Steps to our National Suicide (“Our national suicide,” AFN, Aug. 31).
If this doesn’t make you think twice about going into the water, nothing will. The 2009 edition of Discovery Channel’s “Shark Week” includes six new specials that look at the finned predators.
Oskar Knoblauch, the author of “A Boy’s Story — A Man’s Memory Surviving the Holocaust 1933-1945,” will recount his story of loss and survival at the Red Mountain Library on Saturday, Jan. 26.
Filmmaker and World War II buff Bryan Singer read of the plot to assassinate Adolf Hitler, and the first thought to cross his mind was "thriller."
Flower-child Hitler is funnier than homo Hitler, and until someone convinces me otherwise I'll always feel grumpy about “The Producers,” an overlong movie musical based on the Broadway version of the most hilarious movie about Broadway ever made. So there.