The lack of punctuation on Twitter hashtags claimed another victim on Wednesday, as The Globe and Mail misread a tweet by Hillary Clinton. In a matter-of-fact correction on today's edition, the Canadian newspaper apologized for the mishap:
A Huffington Post story about a woman with an awesome name ("Cherries Waffles Tennis") and her brush with the law resulted in an amusing correction:
CORRECTION: An earlier version of this article incorrectly stated that Tennis was arrested for allegedly making "fraudulent purposes." Clearly that is neither a crime nor a statement that makes any sense. She was arrested for allegedly making fraudulent purchases.
An earlier version of this article described bald eagles and ospreys incorrectly. They eat fish, and their poop is white; they do not eat berries and excrete purple feces. (Other birds, like American robins, Eurasian starlings and cedar waxwings, do.)