The Onion apologizes for leaving the drawbridge down overnight.
Last Wednesday, The Onion used the word “jaunt” well over 10 times in the article “Suspect Jaunts Off With Stolen Cash.” The Onion regrets leaning ...
Last Tuesday’s edition of The Onion was actually the October 1990 issue of Sports Illustrated For Kids.
Last Monday, The Onion referred to the 13 Alzheimer’s fatalities at St. Bernadette Hospital this year as a “baker’s dozen.”
The Onion incorrectly published the credit card information of subscriber Susan Stehmeyer yesterday.
The last sentence of Monday’s feature article on the new playground in Greenville was cut off during printing.
Once again, The Onion would like to remind readers that the lottery numbers appearing in our paper each day are our best guesses for that ...
Last Friday’s advice on how to keep a marriage healthy failed to mention sharing ghost stories.
The secret treasure map encoded in Sunday’s issue instructed readers to travel 30 miles west of Tucson.
An article last Tuesday stated that an anti-pollution bill would likely be “signed by President [name of U.S.
The Onion isn’t sure exactly what it did wrong, but it’ll apologize if that’s what you need to hear to move on.
Last week’s issues included several advertisements for Bill’s Hardware. As we have yet to receive payment for said advertisements, please forget you ever ...
Every Friday evening for the past four years, The Onion staff has gathered around a group of vagrants and paid them to expose themselves.
The mule should have been No. 5 instead of No. 12 on our annual animal rankings. The Onion regrets the error.
Monday’s paper was blank. The Onion apologizes.
In yesterday’s issue we accidentally wrote “Julie Gallant” in place of every name in every article.
In Monday’s issue, we misspelled “cucumber” as “konkowbar.” We regret the error.
Yesterday’s front page listed the date as June 19, 2013, which can’t be right. No, of course not, unless…unless the time machine ...
A recent correction claimed that The Onion regretted an error when, in fact, it took secret pleasure in the error.
In last Saturday’s Travel section, the compass rose on the treasure map was askew. The Onion regrets the error.