In another installment of "A March Through Time: The Legacy of Jews in Poland," we hear from two men, both Christian, from different generations. Though they weren't alive during World War II, their lives have been shaped by the Holocaust because they were raised in Oświęcim: The town where Auschwitz still stands.
Christian Poles: It's Our Responsibility To Combat Anti-Semitism
A group of Christian Poles have taken it upon themselves to defend Polish Jews as hate speech rises in the country.
Chuck Todd to end his run hosting NBC's 'Meet the Press'
Todd has hosted NBC's interview program since late 2014. Kristen Welker will take over host duties later this year.
Texas governor signs law banning gender-affirming care for minors
Texas is among at least 18 states that have implemented similar bans.
2024 GOP hopefuls campaign in Iowa at the 'Roast and Ride' event
Republican presidential hopefuls travel to Iowa to pitch themselves to voters. They were met with a big crowd and big decisions for 2024.
Missing man's body recovered at Iowa apartment collapse site
Two other men — 51-year-old Ryan Hitchcock and 60-year-old Daniel Prien — are still unaccounted for.
Why is there controversy over mortgage fees?
Loan-level pricing adjustments are the government's way of raising prices for so-called "riskier" borrowers without putting a penalty on "safer" ones.
As sports betting grows, is the integrity of sports at risk?
Since 2018, billions of dollars in sports bets have been placed in 37 states following the Supreme Court's decision to legalize sports betting.