He was 89.
Someone slipped an apology into the paper.
He spoke, appropriately, to the Daily News.
But the New York Post did worse.
It will be sent to his family in Yemen through the prisoner's lawyers.
Roberto Zurbano says the paper mistranslated his headline, though he stands by the ideas in the piece.
They sort of asked for it.
The media company is attempting to get rid of its local papers.
The Daily News says the Central Park jogger story was a tech glitch, not a joke.
Both were profiled this week.
The mention of a female scientist's homemaking skills spurred an outcry.
The Associated Press is moving in.
Senior Victoria Buhler basically wrote his entire column.
The Washington Post briefly screwed up its own breaking news.
NYClean goes down a month after the URL trick.
Now that the longtime rivals are in the same corporate family.
"Don't have a clue why. Anybody got a job?"
The writer is glad he went with Time instead of the The New Republic.