The progressive Illinois governor said the Republican's comments are "frightening to those of us who know the history of Europe in the 1930s and '40s."
The coach said it "didn't even occur" to him that he and his team repeatedly using "Nazi" during a game could be taken as antisemitic.
The squad's hate-filled game against a team from a predominantly Jewish area got the Anti-Defamation League's attention.
Speaker Anthony Rota expressed his "profound regret" for inviting the veteran to Parliament right after a visit from Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
The movie star revealed how his iconic character Indiana Jones would deal with fascists in real life.
“I think I know who did it, but I ain't got no proof,” Stan Sells said. “It's a neighbor I haven't gotten along with for several years.”
"We cannot erase history -- but hopefully the money from this sale will go to do good in the future," a department head from Christie's said.
The last living prosecutor from the Nuremberg trials, who tried Nazis for genocidal war crimes, has died.
Michigan’s Republican Party is facing major backlash after comparing the Holocaust to gun reform initiatives in the state.
Lafrenz was arrested by the Gestapo for handing out pamphlets from the White Rose, a group of young idealists calling for opposition to Adolf Hitler.