Wait, does this mean horoscopes might not be 100% accurate?
One of the publishers explain what went wrong to BuzzFeed News.
Every day is a slow news day when you’re from a small town.
Because it’s a 13-year-old girl, apparently.
Fast forward over fifty years, The Tampa Tribune publishes an op-ed from a staff writer: “Disney’s pro-gay agenda is disturbing.”
Chances are you had a pillow and a bag with extra clothes in your office.
U.S. and Ukraine officials said the plane with 295 people aboard was shot down near the Ukraine-Russia border. Newspapers around the world depicted the tragedy.
Australia’s illustrious Financial Review prints “World Is Fukt” on its front page. Editor apologises for “extremely bad result.”
As told by the seminal MTV hit, The Paper.
The four-part series “The Father Factor” will be co-published in The Atlantic and Deseret News and will feature reporting from both staffs. “Why not collaborate and double the amount of stories we could deliver to our respective audiences?” Atlantic Digital Editor Bob Cohn said.
“I know I’m not the bester listener, but our time together always left us
No explanation. Much advert. Such confusion. Wow.
Of all of the letters to get wrong in a headline!
The readers of Australia’s biggest tabloid have their say. Deep And Meaningful.
Merry Christmas, everyone.
Help, I’m so much love with David Tennant I’ve tried to stop by pretending that he’s a terrorist.
The Patriot-News panned the Gettysburg Address in an editorial in 1863. On Thursday, it finally issued a retraction.
Surely it would have been easier to have just written it yourself? Update: the newspaper says they will “no longer be accepting columns” from the writer.
And it’s not just the front page that looks different.
Their front page today? It’s nothing out of the ordinary.
Phew, that was a close one.
London Evening Standard apologises over “unfortunate error” in which they called an exhibition organiser a sex worker.
From mummified cats to life-saving corsets.
Time to test your memory.
Except for the use of the Oxford comma. Nobody will ever agree on that.
“Mayor Filner you are terriiiiiiifying.” U-T TV, the local cable television arm of the San Diego Union-Tribune, made a parody of Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” music video, featuring its news hosts gyrating along with a giant cartoon-like Filner head.
The Sun says sorry to aliens.
You can all stop looking now. We found it.