Many magazines and journals have standard editorial pieces such as a letter from the editor to introduce that month's publication; or closing comments written by different people.
For example, the New Hampshire Review has its "Last Word" column, such as this one: http://www.nhbr.com/June-24-2005/Last-Word/
Notice the entire article is titled "Last Word." There is no subtitle to further identify the article. (This is the case for this particular piece; other "Last Word" columns do have subtitles; so maybe this one is an anomaly.)
Some database aggregators write summaries. In this case, for the above article, the EBSCO title field has "Making history with the 80-20 rule" (see http://connection.ebscohost.com/c/articles/17494538/making-history-80-20-rule)
How do you cite something like this in APA style?