NY Times Publishes Error-Filled Front Page

Editors at The New York Times won’t look back on today fondly. Not because of a particularly sad news item, but because of an error-filled front page.

Somehow, an A1 article was published without a sub-headline or a byline. It also began mid-sentence. That’s about as bad as it gets.

The Times’ David Gelles, who tweeted the image, accurately described it as “painful.”

[Image: Twitter/David Gelles]



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