This has popped up on various blog sites but I think it originated here, with Anorak - which is a must-bookmark compendium of various newspapers and their reporting and foibles, UK-based, but here featuring not only the easily floggable UK tabloid red-tops but also papers in the U.S., Canada, and Australia:

The Top 10 newspaper apologies of 2012
(from The Globe and Mail)
François Mitterrand, the former French president, is reported to have said that Margaret Thatcher had the mouth of Marilyn Monroe and the eyes of Caligula — not Stalin, as reported in an earlier version of this article.
(from Miami Herald)
A column by Glenn Garvin on Dec. 20 stated that the National Science Foundation “funded a study on Jell-O wrestling at the South Pole.” That is incorrect. The event took place during off-duty hours without NSF permission and did not involve taxpayer funds.