Corrections

Slate’s Mistakes for the Week of Oct. 28

In a Nov. 1 Future Tense, Lav Varshney misspelled Office Space actor Ron Livingston’s last name.

In a Nov. 1 Industry, Shannon Palus misidentified Google’s Wear OS as Wearable OS.

In a Nov. 1 Metropolis, April Glaser misstated the number of homes destroyed from the Tubbs Fire was around 2,900. It was around 4,660.

In a Nov. 1 Politics, Jim Newell misstated that 59 percent of New Hampshire’s Republicans have a favorable view of Tulsi Gabbard, according to the cross tabs of a recent CNN poll. Actually, 59 percent of New Hampshire Republicans who plan to vote in the Democratic primary have a favorable view of Gabbard, according to the poll.

In an Oct. 31 Sports, Josh Levin misstated that Howie Kendrick hit a grand slam in Game 7 of the Nationals-Dodgers series. It was in Game 5.

In an Oct. 30 Slatest, Elliot Hannon misspelled Viktor Shokin’s first name.

In an Oct. 30 Slatest, Ben Mathis-Lilley misstated that executives at G/O Media had launched a “contributor network” at Forbes.com. The network was not launched until after the executives in question had left Forbes.

In an Oct. 29 Brow Beat, Sam Adams misspelled actor Marquis Rodriguez’s last name.

In an Oct. 29 Science, Aaron Mak misidentified the breed of Conan, the dog involved in the raid on ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, as a Belgian sheepdog. In America, the Belgian sheepdog is classified as a specific type of Belgian shepherd. Conan, reportedly a Belgian Malinois, is classified as a Belgian shepherd.

An Oct. 28 Future Tense misstated the date of an event for the new book Sandworm. It is Nov. 6, not Nov. 5.

In an Oct. 28  Television, Willa Paskin misstated the number of years Netflix has been producing original content. It is six, not five.

In an Oct. 28 World, Emily Tamkin misstated that Viktor Orbán is serving his third term and second consecutive term as prime minister. He is serving this fourth term and third consecutive term.

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