At his peak, the television icon, who died at 101, reached more than 120 million Americans with shows like "All in the Family"
The Bradley Cooper-led film is a dramatization of the storied composer and conductor's complex love life
Truus Wijsmuller spirited Jewish refugees to safety and stood up to the architect of Adolf Hitler's "Final Solution"
A new exhibition examines the more than 1,000 resorts and hotels that dotted New York's Catskills Mountains and provided relaxation, dancing and laughs
The approvals bring cultivated meat one step closer to becoming a feasible alternative to traditional meat for a wider audience
Jewish rebels may have hidden the weapons away from the Roman army in the second century C.E.
In the 1930s, Helmut Horten purchased businesses that Jewish owners sold "under duress"
At the Terezin concentration camp, some of Europe's top artists found solace in creating new work. Today one musician is determined to give them an encore
A new film explores how Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir navigated the 1973 Yom Kippur War
Building on a 2020 statement from the writer’s family, the charity condemned Dahl's racism as "undeniable and indelible"
Tibetan Buddhist monks, Yiddish musicians and many more creatives will share their cultural practices with visitors to the National Mall
"Double Helix," a fictionalized account of Franklin's groundbreaking work, premieres this week
The new series dramatizes the risks Gies and other helpers took to protect the Jewish residents of the Secret Annex
For over a decade, they've argued that their ancestors were forced to sell valuable artifacts. Now, they're back in court with a new legal strategy
The practice was common in medieval Europe
The Codex Sassoon could break auction records, becoming the most valuable historical document ever sold
Hans and Sophie Scholl Were Once Hitler Youth Leaders. Why Did They Decide to Stand Up to the Nazis?
Archival evidence offers clues on the radicalization of the German siblings, who led a resistance movement known as the White Rose
The masterpiece once belonged to Johanna Margarete Stern, who died at Auschwitz in 1944
The Museum of London Docklands is hoping to locate lost garments for an exhibition on Jewish fashion designers
After World War II, Holocaust survivors fled Europe’s lingering anti-Semitism on a series of clandestine missions
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