Elijah Wood made international headlines earlier this week after chatting with The Sunday Times about the “evil secret” of child predators in Hollywood. But in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Wood clarified that his remarks (which included statements like, “I’ve been led down dark paths to realize that these…
This correction appeared today in a New Republic story on Jay Z's purchase of the music streaming service Tidal. Danny Vinik, who wrote the piece, hasn't tweeted in the past 45 minutes, probably because the BeyHive has noiselessly slit his throat.
In the greatest news correction since the Times had to be all "Actually Good Burger is only real in your hearts, America," the AP has issued a statement clarifying that accused murderer Robert Durst is not actually the same person as accused Limp Bizkit member Fred Durst.
Rolling Stone's managing editor Will Dana has issued a statement announcing that they have found "discrepancies" in the account of Jackie, the UVA student who was allegedly gang-raped at a frat party two years ago. Dana adds: "We have come to the conclusion that our trust in her was misplaced." At the same time, the …
On Monday, The New York Times published a piece about Darren Wilson's marriage, also publishing his "home address". That last part was not actual news, but major news outlets are criticizing the publication for not apologizing the right way.
What, did you think Patrick Stewart couldn't get any closer to perfection?
Don't call him thickset! He's muscular.
Earlier this morning, the Washington Post reported that hometown sweetheart/pitbull with lipstick Sarah Palin had, in an uncharacteristic move, signed a deal to be a correspondent on Al Jazeera America. The article even came with a quote from Palin herself:
Foolish Gray Lady, Twilight Sparkle is the nervous intellectual. Next, you'll try to convince me that it's Clover who is the abrasive cynic instead of Lickety Split.
The New York Times describes 56-year-old Sir David Tang as a "businessman, socialite and celebrity friend extraordinaire." He's best known for being the founder of ridiculously overpriced department store Shanghai Tang. Which makes him the perfect guy to create absurd new website ICorrect, where — for $1,000-a-year…
Well, we all thought it seemed kind of strange when reports came out that the Old Spice campaign corresponded with a drop in sales. Turns out, we should have had more faith in Isaiah Mustafa!
Hey remember when that study said that women were getting "more beautiful" and everyone got excited or furious? Yeah, well, the actual researcher says that's not what his study found.