Could German Judges Have Done More To Prevent The Holocaust?
In pre-war Germany, some judges helped Adolf Hitler consolidate power and implement his agenda.
Adolf Hitler utilized the judicial system in Germany in the early 1930s to help progress his plans.
Vatican says Pope to be hospitalized for days for lung infection
Representatives for Pope Francis confirmed that he does not have COVID-19, but will remain in a hospital for several days for a respiratory issue.
Zelenskyy meets with UN atomic agency chief in Ukraine
The leaders discussed the precarious situation at the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant, which has lost several of its power transmission cables.
Why are some citizens protesting in France?
Hundreds of people were arrested in clashes amid some the biggest protests so far against the raising of France's retirement age.
Potential TikTok ban could limit small businesses' reach
“I would not be where I'm at right now without TikTok,” one small business owner said.
GOP lawmakers in Kentucky override transgender bill veto
Kentucky lawmakers have pushed out a veto of a bill that would regulate personal aspects of transgender care for young people.
Judge upholds Boy Scouts' $2.4 billion bankruptcy plan
The plan aims to settle tens of thousands of claims made by men who said they were sexually abused as child Scouts.