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The New York Times edits Wordle answer list after Roe v. Wade leak

According to techcrunch.com, Today’s solution was supposed to be “FETUS,” but the New York Times changed the five-letter answer to be less politically charged.

Wordle is a web-based word game created and developed by Welsh software engineer Josh Wardle, and owned and published by The New York Times Company since…

Wordle, the ultra-popular online word game". Washington Post. ISSN 0190-8286. Retrieved April 26, 2022. Gartenberg, Chaim (January 31, 2022). "Wordle

continue to be run separately from the Times. Later that month, it acquired Wordle, an Internet word puzzle game that grew from 90 players in October 2021…

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According to nytimes.com, This action will delete the progress you’ve made on today’s Wordle. You will have to restart today’s puzzle. If you are not logged into a New York Times account, this action will also reset …

According to nytimes.com, By Everdeen Mason. May 9, 2022, 12:01 a.m. ET. It’s been just over three months since The New York Times acquired Wordle, the hugely popular puzzle created by Josh Wardle. Wordle continues to …

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According to yahoo.com, The New York Times has announced that today’s Wordle answer has been swapped out for a replacement due to the original’s possible reference to a “major recent news event.” 4h ago The Wrap

According to nytimes.com, First, play today’s Wordle. Then come here.

According to news.yahoo.com, The New York Times has apologised after the word “fetus” was included as the solution to the day’s Wordle challenge for some players. The inclusion of the word comes amid widespread public debate about the future of abortion access in the US. The newspaper said the use of the word was “entirely unintentional and a coincidence”.

According to forbes.com, Topline. Wordle fans around the world were left confused on Monday after the popular puzzle offered up two different solutions for answer #324, a move the game’s owner, the New York Times, said …

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