New York (AP) -- The slip of a single keystroke can make all the difference, and you can end up confusing a senator with a terror mastermind.
CNN is apologizing for mistakenly promoting a story on the search for Osama bin Laden with the headline "Where's Obama?"
The network calls it a "bad typographical error" by its graphics department.
A spokesman for Illinois Senator Barack Obama says apology accepted, adding he assumes it was an unfortunate mistake.
Although he notes that "the 's' and 'b' keys aren't all that close to each other."
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