The New York Times Just Issued the Best Correction You’ll Read All Week

Former President Dick Cheney<a href="https://www.flickr.com/photos/lwpkommunikacio/10741484153"> Lwp Kommunikáció</a>/Flickr


On Tuesday, the New York Times ran the following correction on a story about Dick Cheney telling House Republicans to “embrace a strong military and reject a rising isolationism in his party”:

Correction: September 9, 2014

An earlier version of a summary with this article misstated the former title of Dick Cheney. He was vice president, not president.

This is funny because many people believe that Cheney wielded an unprecedented level of influence over former President George W. Bush.