A few years ago, the NYT used Condoleezza Rice's name on what was meant to be an anonymous quote, leading to this amusing correction:

Because of an editing error, a front-page article yesterday about diplomatic developments in the Iraq crisis misidentified the Bush administration official who said about the weapons inspectors in Iraq, "At some point it will become obvious that it's time for them to go." It was an administration official speaking on condition of anonymity, not Condoleezza Rice, President Bush's national security adviser.
Well, it looks like Rice's next angry phone call goes to Warren Hoge and Steven Erlanger, authors of the lead story on yesterday's U.N. resolution, which includes this anonymous-but-poorly-disguised quote (emphasis added):
If faced with an imminent threat, a senior American official said, “then yes, Israel can respond.” Nonetheless, she added, “We expect a large-scale reduction in violence, and we’d expect the large-scale bombing to stop."