Other Than That, the Story Was Accurate

Daily Best of the Web   —   Posted on March 29, 2016

Other Than That, the Story Was Accurate

The following is an excerpt from OpinionJournal’s “Best of the Web” at The Wall Street Journal written by the editor, James Taranto.

Other Than That, the Story Was Accurate

  • “An article last Sunday about the architect Arno Brandlhuber’s concrete villa in Potsdam, Germany, misstated the inspiration behind the artwork of the sculptor Björn Dahlem, who rents space in Brandlhuber’s villa. Dahlem’s art is inspired by astronomy, not anatomy.”—New York Times, March 27
  • “An earlier version of this obituary misstated, in one instance, the name of the media organization that Mother Angelica founded. It is the Eternal Word, not World, Television Network.”—New York Times, March 28

Bottom Story of the Day
“Melania Trump Tweets for First Time Since July 4”—headline, TheHill.com, March 27

Shortest Books Ever Written
“The Case for Vice President Al Franken”—headline, Politico, March 27

For more “Best of the Web” from The Wall Street Journal’s James Taranto click here.