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Iran Gains, Then Loses, Nuclear Weapons Program in White House ‘Clerical Error’
The White House said Iran
, rather than
, a nuclear weapons program in what might be its most impressive typo yet.
Can You Spot What’s Wrong With the State of the Union Tickets?
So close, yet so far.
Library of Congress Trump Poster Includes Commemorative Typo
The fitting depiction of our 45th president was quickly pulled.
Gary Johnson Criticizes Trump for His Inappropriate Behavior Toward ‘Mowmen’
White House: Give Your Mom ‘Piece of Mind’ by Getting Health Insurance
The Vatican Misspelled the Word
on Its Commemorative Papal Medals
The New York
Made Kind of a Prominent Typo Today
A typo in a headline on the front page.
Brooklyn Candidate Is Sorry About That Bizarrely Racist Typo
It could happen to anyone — with no ability to type.
Congress Has Been Super-Busy Lately
Typo Hides in Plain Sight for Ten Years
A forgotten “i” finally gets noticed.
Romney Camp May Be Intentionally Misspelling Words Now [UPDATED]
The campaign made its third spelling error in a week.
Romney Campaign Still in Need of Copy Editor
How does one get a “sneak-peak” of a new
Typos: Not Always a Sign of Carelessness
Sometimes they just happen!
Are Massachusetts Diners Horrible Tippers?
A new survey ranks the country’s most generous and stingiest states.
Jon Corzine Chose Not to Correct Typos in E-mails to Ex-Girlfriend
That’s just mean.