Dept. of Corrections
Someone would like you to know that alleged terrorist, Ahmed Abu Khattala, was drinking a strawberry frappe, not a mango juice, at a hotel in Benghazi, as he spoke to New York Times reporter David D. Kirkpatrick about his suspected involvement in the attack on the U.S. Consulate last month.
Mr. Abu Khattala’s beverage was initially erroneously reported, but, in perhaps the best correction to date, the Times has updated the story with the full correct details about the drink the terror suspect was sipping while scoffing at the US.
On December 9 The Sun falsely reported that Al-Qaeda had targeted the Manchester set of British soap opera Coronation Street, where they were filming a live episode, says The Guardian.
The front page headline was “AL-QAEDA CORRIE THREAT” and the article said that police had thrown a “ring of steel” around the set Read More
Editor's Note, Following the Money
The Daily Beast has added an “editor’s note” to contributor Elaine Lafferty’s defense of billionaire David Koch, in which Mr. Koch responded to New Yorker staff writer Jane Mayer’s profile of him and his brother. But the correction doesn’t tell the whole story.
The Daily Beast posted Ms. Lafferty’s article before Ms. Mayer had Read More