New York Times apologizes for Wordle result with ‘unintentional’ timeliness
This photo illustration shows a person playing online word game "Wordle" on a mobile phone on Jan. 11, 2022. - STEFANI REYNOLDS/Getty Images North America/TNS

NOTE: Story contains a spoiler for Monday Wordle players. NEW YORK — Wordle isn’t intentionally trying to get in on current events. Monday’s result for the addictive word scramble game came with a reminder about the ongoing Roe v. Wade debate, but the New York Times, which purchased the online game earlier this year, said it was completely accidental. For many users, the correct five-letter word spelled out “FETUS,” the collection of cells that eventually develop from an embryo to a baby. “This is entirely unintentional and a coincidence — today’s original answer was loaded into Wordle last ye...