Dr. Oz wants to be one of the Kool Kids:
Turns out, he wasn’t cancelled, the headline writer didn’t follow their own style guide:
The day after Oz announced his candidacy, The Inquirer’s front-page headline, photo caption, and first sentence all referred to Dr. Oz. That goes against the paper’s style guide, which reads: “Do not use Dr. on first reference for anyone with the title, whether they are a medical doctor or have a doctorate in a nonmedical field, to avoid complaints of unequal treatment from individuals who worked hard to achieve doctorates in nonmedical fields.” It specifies just two exceptions: obituaries, and the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Sorry, Oz, no special treatment for you, except whatever New Jerseyans get when running for office in Pennsylvania.