The hand sign joins other hate symbols like burning crosses and the swastika in a database created by the Anti-Defamation League, a Jewish civil rights group.
The bad online review was "defamation" of soldiers in the Nazi armed forces, the hotel owners charged.
The conservative writer ties insect insult against him to anti-Semitism. He once called Palestinians mosquitos in a Wall Street Journal column.
Joseph Rubino's house contained clothing with white supremacist symbols and a purported "instruction manual for owning a slave," federal authorities said.
Former Texas congressman Beto O'Rourke doubled down on his criticism of President Donald Trump while celebrating the diversity in his Texas hometown.
Last year was the fourth-deadliest in the nation for right-wing extremist violence, according to data from the Anti-Defamation League's Center on Extremism.
Andrea Pitzer defended Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez's controversial tweet referring to immigrant detention centers as concentration camps.
Steve Johnson claims it's not a Nazi sign, it's a Tibetan symbol.
To get out of Nazi Germany, Lilly Cassirer gave up a painting by impressionist Camille Pissarro. Her descendants have spent years trying to get it back.
State Rep. Randy Fine, who also is Jewish, used the offensive term during a heated exchange on Facebook.
Rep. Mo Brooks quoted “Mein Kampf” to attack the Democrats and the media who supported the Mueller report.
Photos on social media show red cups arranged in the pattern of a swastika and students giving the Hitler salute.
President Donald Trump’s science-denying climate panel lead William Happer has compared carbon dioxide to Jews in Nazi Germany.
The film, “A Night at the Garden,” walks through a 1939 Nazi rally that took place at Madison Square Garden in the heart of New York City.
The Swiss actor's portrayal of the Nazi German dictator spawned countless internet parodies.
As historians have repeatedly noted, the Nazi Party was a far-right fascist group.
The Canadians didn't see as much of a problem in their own country.
The distant space object is named after an ancient term — that was later co-opted by the Nazis.
Survivors, separated from their families and sent to the U.K. just before the war, will be given about $2,800.