In a Sept. 21 Slatest, Daniel Politi misstated that President Donald Trump’s tweets about Ukraine were published Sunday. They were published Saturday.
In a Sept. 20 Industry, April Glaser misidentified United Nations as United Nation.
In a Sept. 20 Jurisprudence, Mark Joseph Stern misstated that the Constitution decrees that the federal district can be a maximum of 10 square miles. The maximum size is in fact 10 miles square, or 100 square miles.
In a Sept. 19 Moneybox, Heather Schwedel misquoted wine expert Gregory Jones as having said Seurat rather than syrah.
In a Sept. 18 Brow Beat, Matthew Phelan misspelled Ariana Grande’s first name.
Due to an editing error, a Sept. 18 Life misstated Rachel Tennenbaum’s job title. She is a communications strategist not a teaching fellow.
In a Sept. 17 Brow Beat, Matthew Phelan misidentified the streaming service that has secured the rights to Friends. It is Warner Media’s HBO Max, not NBCUniversal’s Peacock.
In a Sept. 17 Industry, Aaron Mak misstated that WeWork had found that it would only be able to raise a little over $2 million. It’s $2 billion.
In a Sept. 17 Moneybox, Jordan Weissmann misidentified the University of Maryland Baltimore County as the University of Maryland Baltimore College.
In the Sept. 16 Wide Angle, Mike Pesca misstated that the Oscars “jettisoned” Kevin Hart as host of the 91st Academy Awards. Hart withdrew after protests.
In a Sept. 16 Wide Angle, Carl Wilson misidentified the title of the Merle Haggard song “Holding Things Together” as “Holding It Together.”
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