The teacher quoted in yesterday's article on homeschooling is named Susan Leventhal, not Sharon Leventhal, as was printed.
The price of last week's issue of The Onion was mistakenly printed too low. If you purchased that issue, please mail in an additional ...
Last week's Onion Chess column, "Checkmate In 6 Moves," totally missed the black knight on C5, rendering the entire attack a catastrophic blunder.
After receiving fewer e-mail complaints than usual, it occurred to us that we have failed to incorporate the word "moist" into any of our recent ...
Wow, all of you were right. Last week's crossword sure was a big mess. The Onion regrets the error.
Last month we ran "Could He Be A Threat To Your Children?" a weeklong speculative exposé in which we reported that lonely old widower Henry ...
Last Tuesday, The Onion misprinted the number to call for delivery questions. The correct number is 1-800-WHINING.
Yesterday's edition of The Onion contained a minor error. But I ask you, would Marilyn Monroe have shone so brightly without her facial mole?
The recipe for Col. Blath's Hysteria-Suppressing Tonic in the May 29, 1858, issue contained an error.
The Onion apologizes for last week's "Teens and Sex" column, which erroneously reported that the girl cannot become pregnant if you only stick it ...
Sam McKenna's sports column in last week's issue should have been titled "Grand Sam" instead of "Sam Dunk." The Onion regrets the error.
In yesterday's financial reform article on page 4B, we accidentally used too much ink in the accompanying photo of Rep.
On Tuesday, The Onion reported that no one was injured when fire was set to the I Luv Wigs! store.
In last Sunday's paper,The Onion forgot to print the answers to our "Spot the Difference" puzzle.
Monday's article on the Fourth Avenue rapist contained a number of hasty presumptions. The assailant could have been wearing any kind of dark shoes ...
You are outraged by The Onion's recent shift in narrative voice and have sent in many angry letters of complaint.
The information printed last week about The Onion's college internship program contained a number of errors.
In Paula Polite's Wednesday column, she wrote that diners must switch from a salad fork to a shrimp fork if seafood surpasses 20 percent ...
The pipe bomb schematic printed in last week's "Crafts" column will explode prematurely, killing anyone attempting to construct it.
Last week we forgot to include homoerotic undertones in our piece on high school wrestling. The Onion regrets the omission.