A wire story, (Plans for Tokyo Olympics Marred by Stadium Mess, Logo Fuss*) published on September 9, 2015, comparing preparations for the 1964 and 2020 Tokyo Olympics states: "Today, 56 years on, Japan's image is on the line" but it has only been 51 years since 1964. Unless the future is now.
I received an email reply from an, or maybe the, Assistant to the Senior Editor for Standards saying, "New York Times staff members do not write, edit or review A.P. headlines or copy — Reuters and A.P. articles hosted on our website are placed there via an automated service...," which sounds very futuristic to me. He assured me that he would pass the buck, i.e. my email, to the A.P. and if they determined that there was an error, the NYT would "be informed over the wires," which doesn't sound very futuristic at all.