Revisiting A Legend: Nuremberg Trial Lawyer Ben FerenczWe first met Ben Ferencz in December 2016, and he’s been on our mind ever since.
'I'm Saddened Nothing Has Changed': Survivor Laments On Holocaust Remembrance DayCBS4's Ted Scouten talks to a Holocaust survivor who recalls the dark days at Auschwitz on this International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
'Human Nature Never Changes': Holocaust Museum On Int'l Holocaust Remembrance DayThe U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum is commemorating International Holocaust Remembrance Day, a day to remember victims and help prevent future genocides.
85-Year-Old Holocaust Survivor Enjoys Skydiving With Her GrandkidsA South Florida grandmother is proving she’s forever young even at ten thousand feet in the air.
What Did Floridians Know About The Holocaust As The Horror Unfolded?CBS4 anchor Rick Folbaum moderated the talk, which featured two Florida historians and a museum educator.
'I Survived With Music': Founder Of Holocaust Survivor BandSouth Florida's Saul Drier talks to CBS4's Rick Folbaum about how music saved his life during the Holocaust.
Papers Believed To Be Lost In Holocaust Go On Display In USThe public is getting a chance to see newly discovered Jewish documents presumed to have been destroyed during the Holocaust.
Holocaust Survivor On Balancing Free Speech With Hate Speech: ‘We Have To Have Limitations’White nationalist Richard Spencer’s visit to the University of Florida is an example of that fragile balance.
Holocaust Survivor: Racism In America ‘Getting Worse’A South Florida man who survived the Holocaust is reflecting on the events from Charlottesville, Virginia.
Amid US Racial Divisions, Auschwitz Memorial Issues WarningHolocaust memorial site Auschwitz-Birkenau is weighing in on President Donald Trump's response to anti-Semitic and racially charged hatred.
Poland Moves To Extradite US Man They Say Was Nazi CommanderSpecial prosecutors in Poland are taking steps to extradite a U.S. man they accuse of participating in the Holocaust.
Holocaust Survivors Tell Their Story To The Next GenerationNorman Frajman was just 14-years-old when he wore a striped jacket and today, more than 70 years later, he is still sharing his devastating story of survival with dozens of Broward County students.