Setting it straight: Funniest corrections
Some major publications employ a robust editorial department staffed with copy editors, voice editors, proofreaders, and the all-important fact checkers. For smaller staffs, it’s up to one or two editors to do all these steps, including the fact-checking, themselves.
When you’re on deadline and out of time, it can be tempting to cut corners on fact checking. After all, aren’t writers always reliable? We can trust them, right?
I’ll let these funny newspaper corrections answer that question:
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