Slate’s Mistakes for the Week of Nov. 18

In a Nov. 22 Jurisprudence, Richard L. Hasen stated that conviction in the Senate would require near three dozen Republican senators joining the Democrats. It would require near two dozen.

In a Nov. 21 Moneybox, Jordan Weissmann misspelled Mike Konczal’s last name.

In a Nov. 21 Slatest, Joshua Keating misspelled Avigdor Lieberman’s first name.

In a Nov. 20 Jurisprudence, Scott Pilutik misstated that Rudy Giuliani served as Manhattan district attorney. He was U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York.

Due to an editing error, the Nov. 20 Slow Burn show page contained the incorrect audio.

In a Nov. 19 Politics, Jeremy Stahl misquoted Rep. Scott Perry. He said, “Your job is to take the mission and the duty and to move out—period,” not “Your job to take your job and the duty and to move out—period.”

In a Nov. 11 Future Tense, April Glaser misstated that Discord and Telegram don’t have rules. Although the platforms have been criticized for lax enforcement, they do have terms of service and employ workers to enforce them.

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