• Explorer: No train or tunnel at search site for Nazi train

    WARSAW, Poland (AP) — A spokesman for explorers searching for a legendary Nazi “gold train” in Poland says there is “no train, no tunnel” at the site where they have dug extensively.

  • Clarification: Holocaust-Drawing Returned story

    WASHINGTON (AP) — In a story Aug. 18, The Associated Press reported that the National Gallery of Art was returning a drawing to the heirs of a woman forced to sell it before she was deported to a concentration camp in Poland. The story should have made clear that the concentration camp was run by Nazi Germany, which had occupied Poland at the time.

  • Baltimore ends contract with lawyer accused of Neo-Nazi ties

    BALTIMORE (AP) — The city of Baltimore terminated its contract with a lawyer Thursday after a published report said he supported Neo-Nazi groups.

  • Prominent German historian Ernst Nolte dies at 93

    BERLIN (AP) — Ernst Nolte, a German historian who set off a dispute among his peers by arguing three decades ago that Nazism was a reaction to an “existential threat” to Germany from the Russian revolution, has died. He was 93.