Today, we're introducing a new weekly feature: "When headlines go wrong." Each week, we'll scour the net to find those headlines that don't quite seem to work. If you see any headlines that seem just a little bit off (or can be read a completely different way from what the author intended) please e-mail them to email@example.com. That said, here's the March 24th edition.
Here we go:
2) It was an outdoor courtroom and it was raining"Bobby Bonds dragged into the muck at son's perjury trial" -- headline, Silicon Valley Mercury News, March 23
"Duke's Mike Krzyzewski looks golden in chase for fifth title" -- headline, USA Today website, March 23
4) Kirstie Alley dethroned?
"Elizabeth Taylor: The biggest star ever?" -- headline, USA Today website, March 23
"Nine Ways That Being Frugal Can Cost You a Fortune" -- headline, Dailyfinance.com, March 19
"Michael Lohan CHARGED w/ Domestic Violence" -- headline, TMZ.com, March 23
"Radiation scare sparks run on bottled water in Tokyo" -- headline, Reuters, March 23
8)CNN" href="http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/03/24/japan-idUSL3E7EN3MI20110324" target="_blank"> 'Break out the popcorn!'
"What we're watching: Weds., March 23, 2011 - Violence in Israel, Syria, Yemen" -- headline, CNN.com, March 23
"Color will have advertisers seeing green" -- headline, PCMag.com, March 23
"Does Having Sex Really Tax the Ol' Ticker?" -- headline, ABC News, March 23