Apparently at some point on Tuesday the Chicago Tribune printed a story in Wednesday’s Women News section without the knowledge of senior editors. When the editors heard about the story, they led a massive effort to pull the section out of the paper by hand, however a few copies apparently slipped through.
Crains explains that the story, headlined “You C_nt Say That (Or Can You?)” did not actually contain the offensive word but rather referred to it. I mean, who at the paper thought that would be ok?