The Department of Corrections. Today’s correction comes courtesy of Canada’s The Globe and Mail, and, like most things in life, it’s the little things that matter most…

HuffPost goes international: introducing HuffPost Canada

“When we announced our merger with AOL, I said that one of the things that most excited me about the deal was how it would allow us to reach our goals — including the launch of international editions of HuffPost — much, much faster. Three months later, I’m delighted to be in Toronto for today’s launch of our first international version: Welcome to HuffPost Canada.” — Huffiington Post

Suharto’s son wins damages from magazine

“Hutomo ‘Tommy’ Mandala Putra has been awarded more than Rp 12.5 billion ($1.5 million) in damages from a magazine that described the youngest son of Indonesian dictator Suharto as a ‘convicted murderer.'” — The Jakarta Globe

Lots of questions, but few answers with Austar deal

“There are still a couple of unanswered questions about Foxtel’s much-discussed bid for Austar but they don’t involve price or the industrial logic underpinning the $1.9 billion deal.” — The Australian

Oprah finale rakes highest ratings in 18 years

“The finale of The Oprah Winfrey Show evidently brought back some fans who had not watched for years: it was the highest-rated episode of the show in almost 18 years.” — New York Times

The life of WikiLeaks founder to be played out on stage

“The books have been written and the film optioned; now Australia is braced for WikiLeaks the play. Rehearsals start in Sydney next week for a stage production believed to be the first about the life of Julian Assange.” — The Guardian