On Saturday, the Washington Post published a correction to its Thursday article where they said that One America News and Rudy Giuliani were "warned by the FBI" that they were being targeted. The New York Times published and later edited a similar article without making a formal correction.
The Post, as can be seen from the above images, published a full correction, retracting their previous statement that OAN and Giuliani were informed by the FBI that they were being investigated for possible Russian influence.
The Times, on the other hand, once again as shown in the images from the tweets, simply went in and stealth-edited the paragraph in question. The edited version states that ex-President Trump was warned about Giuliani instead.
To this date, the proper step of informing the public of this error has not been taken by the Times, despite them having taken similar steps in the past.
We are linking here to accepted guidelines for ethics in journalism regarding corrections and retractions, for further reading for those who are interested.
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