Apple Inc. and Samsung Electronics Co. agreed to drop their appeals of a patent-infringement case at the U.S. International Trade Commission that resulted in an import ban on some older Samsung phones.
In their neatest handwriting, hundreds of children wrote to Adolf Hitler congratulating him on his 43rd birthday in 1932. One letter is on Mickey Mouse writing paper; others enclose photos of their diminutive authors posing in “Heil Hitler” salutes or waving swastikas.
The statements attributed to Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling are even worse than what got former Cincinnati Reds owner Marge Schott banned, said former Major League Baseball Commissioner Fay Vincent.
Adolf Hitler wakes up on an empty plot of land in Berlin, his uniform reeking of gasoline. The year is 2011. He wonders where Eva has got to and why his orders to obliterate the entire city have been patently disobeyed.
U.K. lawmakers defended the right of Prince Charles to speak frankly on public matters after the heir to the British throne was reported to have compared Russian President Vladimir Putin to Adolf Hitler.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel dismissed an analogy between the annexation of Crimea and Nazi Germany’s prewar seizure of Sudetenland from Czechoslovakia after her finance minister drew a parallel with Russian tactics.