They’re the kind of things I’ve come to expect on yahoo.com. The typo faces is an easy goof to spot. Finding typos on that page isn’t exactly challenging or even rewarding. But what is fun is pointing fingers at the editors’ inability to agree on anything. Anything. They can’t agree on whether first lady is a proper noun, of if work-from-home needs hyphens when it’s a compound adjective. They’ve contrived three ways to spell eurozone, and use them simultaneously.
So now the issue is how to form a possessive from a name ending in S, like Edwards. Geez, they can’t agree on that one, either!
If you follow the Associated Press guidelines, you form the possessive of a name ending in S by adding just an apostrophe. Other authorities recommend adding an apostrophe and an S. The Yahoo! style standard is … oh, wait, Yahoo! doesn’t have any standards.