Corrections

Slate’s Mistakes for the Week of July 15

In a July 19 Brow Beat, Jeffrey Bloomer misstated that 4-year-old cat Bishop was hiding under the couch as he watched the Cats trailer. He was hiding under the bed.

In a July 19 Jurisprudence from Just Security, Paul Seamus Ryan misstated that David Pecker and Allen Weisselberg had entered into nonprosecution agreements with the DOJ. They were granted immunity from the DOJ but it’s unclear if they have a formal nonprosecution agreement.

In a July 18 TV, Willa Paskin misspelled Nick Viall’s last name.

In a July 17 Future Tense, Mark Jacobson misstated that Gus Grissom and his crew died in a fire on the Apollo 7 mission. It was Apollo 1.

In a July 15 Sports, Josh Levin misstated the number of games Novak Djokovic won in the Wimbledon final. It was 32, not 29.

In a July 14 Politics, Dina Nayeri misstated that Rep. Ilhan Omar arrived in the U.S. when she was 10. She was 12.

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