Throwing shade turned out to be a capital offense under the thin-skinned fascists. Anti-Nazi graffiti on the streets of Oslo, reading "Live" above the monogram for the Norwegian king, who had fled when the Germans invaded in (Photo: Bettmann/Getty Images)
Law enforcement and intelligence leaders believed the ex-Nazis’ intelligence value against the Russians outweighed what one official called “moral lapses” in their service to the Third Reich, according to newly disclosed records.
On Sunday, Cleveland Browns wide receiver Andrew Hawkins walked onto the field wearing a black shirt over his jersey in protest of recent Ohio police shootings that read, "Justice For Tamir Rice And John Crawford III.
Depression-era San Francisco: Haunting images from Dorothea Lange, others -- pictured: "Scene along 'Skid Row." February 1937 Photo: Dorothea Lange / Courtesy / FSA-OWI Collection / Library Of Congress.