The Paper Of Record owns up to three miscues in just one minor piece on Walter Cronkite: “An earlier version of this article incorrectly referred to a news organization for which Walter Cronkite worked. At the time, it was called United Press, not United Press International. The earlier version also misstated the date of the first moon landing; it was July 20, 1969, not July 26. And it misspelled Telstar.” — New York Times, July 17, 2009 (thanks to Anne Crockett).
I am still waiting for them to own up to their biggest error of all (one that has nothing to do with Cronkite): ignoring the global jihad and the advance of Islamic supremacism in the West. But I doubt we will ever see them issue a correction on that.