In a Nov. 2 Industry, April Glaser misspelled Hillary Clinton’s first name.
In a Nov. 2 Politics, Jim Newell originally misstated that Texas’ 32nd Congressional District bends west into the Dallas suburbs of Richardson and Garland. It bends east into those suburbs.
In a Nov. 2 Slatest, Molly Olmstead misidentified the location of Union Temple. It is in Prospect Heights, not Brooklyn Heights.
In a Nov. 1 Politics, Justin Peters misidentified Katrina Pierson as one of two white women; she is biracial.
In an Oct. 31 Sports, Nick Greene misstated the number of points the Golden State Warriors’ Klay Thompson scored in a game against the Chicago Bulls. He scored 52 points, not 56.
In an Oct. 30 Slatest, Joshua Keating misstated that Brazil had taken in 736,000 immigrations in 2017, compared with 49,770,000 in the U.S. and 12,165,000 in Germany. These figures refer to total immigrant populations in those countries, not just immigrant intake in 2017.
In an Oct. 30 Slatest, Matthew Zeitlin misspelled Lynnette Lederman’s first name and misidentified the president-elect of the congregation that shares Tree of Life synagogue.
In an Oct. 29 Good Fight, Yascha Mounk misstated that former Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff was convicted on corruption charges. She has been charged but not convicted.
In an Oct. 28 Sports, Nick Greene misstated there was no news regarding whether any passengers survived the helicopter crash that killed Leicester City chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha. The club had announced there were no survivors.
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