From today’s New York Times corrections section:
Because of an editing error, an article last Sunday about Sean Quinn, the Irish businessman, misidentified the sport with which he is affiliated. It is Gaelic football, not soccer. The article also misspelled the name of one of three countries that were home to companies that at various times owned the Kutuzoff Tower in Moscow. It is Cyprus, not Cypress.
One wonders: do the newspaper editors we hear so much about actually exist? And this from the paper that purports to instruct us on which political candidates have nuanced, sophisticated foreign policy views.