Corrections

Slate’s Mistakes for the Week of March 5

In a March 9 Slatest, Ben Mathis-Lilley misstated the publication date of Bret Stephens’ New York Times opinion piece on Venezuela. The piece was published on Feb. 15, not Feb. 18.

In a March 8 Slatest, Elliot Hannon misstated that Ben Carson’s $31,000 dining set was for his home. It was part of a renovation for his HUD office suite.

Due to a photo-provider error, a photo illustration on a March 8 Slatest incorrectly highlighted Taiwan as part of China. China claims sovereignty over Taiwan, but the island is de facto independent.

In a March 6 Medical Examiner, Amy Mackinnon misidentified Julia Greenstein as Julie Greenstein and misstated her title. She’s the vice president of research strategy, not of discovery research.

In a March 6 Outward, Evan Urquhart misstated that drag, as an art form, was created by and for transgender women.

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