In the video above, Elie Wiesel, a Holocaust survivor and the author of the internationally-acclaimed memoir, "Night," talks with Oprah about ...
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My plight is different than that of my mother's, the daughter of the survivor. I am part of an emerging group. I am a third generation Holocaust survivor.
I met Cecilie Klein in the early 1980s. Fragile, intelligent, in her 50s, she was a Holocaust survivor finally ready to tell her experiences. I never forgot her remarkable story.
If we agree that humanity must have free will, we must accept the consequences of its decisions.
Elie Wiesel is a Holocaust survivor and author of more than 50 books. He is most famous for Night, the autobiographical story of his experiences in th...
What Obama didn't count on was that, for all the changes taking place among younger "progressive" Jews, Jerusalem remains a third rail in American politics.
The world goes through cycles. Chapters. We've just come out of the industrial age. We're peering around the corner of the digital age. And we face large problems. Energy. Poverty. Inequality. Healthcare.
We can all feel relieved there is an official acknowledgment that something terrible was done to black people. Yet the reality is way too much time has passed for this apology to really mean anything.
WEIMAR, Germany (AP) - President Barack Obama toured a World War II concentration camp Friday after prodding the international community to redouble e...
Today, Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel joined Barack Obama at Buchenwald, one of Nazi Germany's worst concentration camps, but he worried that "the world hasn't learned" from the tragedy.
Only time will tell if the world's got the guts to deal with the menacing smirk and threats of Mahmoud Ahamdinejad.
SKOKIE, Ill. — Thousands of people on Sunday attended the opening of a $45 million Holocaust museum in this Chicago suburb perhaps best known fo...
Friedrich Nietzsche, in the only quote of his most "remember," reminds us: That which does not kill us makes us stronger. But not if you forget what didn't kill you.
A crowd of high-profile New Yorkers were on the edge of their seats Thursday morning as Elie Wiesel spoke about Madoff, who stole everything from both Wiesel and his foundation.
The crisis in the Western world is not financial, but a crisis of values. Isn't that what all our financial experts have been saying -- the collapse was caused by greed and material insatiability?
The people here, from Al Gore to Bono to H.R.H. the Duke of York, are grand, as are the world's challenges. There's so much going on, so much information to synthesize.
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