Last week, we reported that The New York Times had published a story on its front page that began mid-sentence and failed to include a byline or subheading.
Today, the Times has committed yet another huge front page error with a glaring typo in the lead Ebola story.
Can you see it?
"Panic Were Ebola Risk Is Tiny; Stoicism Where It's Real"
This could be worse than the Obama typo in May. (You decide.)
The Times is currently undergoing major layoffs in its newsroom while continuing to hire new staffers for digital projects ... but, apparently, another set of eyes on the front page is a position that should be filled very soon.
H/T Joe Hagan