For as long as there have been Nazis, people have been fighting Nazis.

Kicking Nazi ass is not only American as apple pie, it is the basis of our greatest foreign policy triumph, the subject of our most satisfying movies, and the reason the History Channel still exists.

From 1939 until 1945, the United States, British, and Soviet militaries tried to solve the Nazi problem by dropping bombs on them from various airplanes.

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In a bit of brilliant, mild-mannered trolling, a group of refugees recently rented out Trump's childhood home.

To make a point about who exactly gets to call this country home, a small group of refugees recently took the opportunity to invite themselves into the house the president grew up in.

President Trump's childhood home, which is currently available to rent. Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images.

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Marco Rubio comes to the defense of gay men in Chechnya in a fiery speech.

'We should never, ever tolerate human rights violations against any person for their political views, their religious beliefs, or their sexual orientation.'

Marco Rubio surprised everyone when he took a stand for LGBTQ rights.

On April 24, 2017, the Florida Republican — who's been panned by human rights groups in the U.S. for his anti-LGBTQ stances on various issues, including marriage equality and same-sex adoption — used his time on the Senate floor to blast Chechen President Ramzan Kadyrov for the republic's heinous acts against gay and bisexual men.

The speech makes Rubio the first senator (Republican or otherwise) to use the spotlight of the Senate floor to call out the inexcusable violations of human rights in Chechnya, which is part of the Russian federation.

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What's it like to actually live inside a defunct airport? Ask a Syrian family.

War took everything from them. Now they're looking for stability.

“We used to have a happy and beautiful life," said one mother and refugee. "Hopefully we will return to those days. Hopefully we will return to our country.”

This mom, her husband, and their four sons lived in Syria before the war started. (Due to safety concerns, we won't use their names.)

Their lives changed completely when war broke out. The sound of bombs kept the kids up at night. She was terrified, afraid for her children's safety.

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