that link and it doesn't--meaning Darlene Superville's/AP's ignorance was pointed out to them and instead of issuing a correction, they decided the best course was a mini-Commissar Vanishes erasure. Naturally with no notice, because that would defeat the whole point of covering their tracks.
Drudge's observation is corroborated by comments on the same AP story as it appeared on Tulsa World, again with no correction notice issued:
Basic journalistic ethics: You mess up, you man up and admit it, and point out the correction. You don't just hide it and hope no one notices. That's something a sneaky kid would do. And don't believe for a moment that just one person was in on this decision.
These are the people feeding gun information to the masses. No wonder when those masses are polled, the results reflect the ignorance and manipulation they've been subjected to by our Fourth Estate/Fifth Columnist "Authorized Journalist" Corps.
UPDATE: Doug Rink took a screenshot, and advises by email that the NYT made the same ignorant error but at least issued a correction.