Corrections

Slate’s Mistakes for the Week of Jan. 20

Due to an editing error in a Jan. 24 Family, Fortnite was misspelled.

In a Jan. 24 Movies, Sam Adams misquoted a line from the movie spoken by a member of Taylor Swift’s management team regarding Swift’s political plans. The team member said Swift had two years to build on her plans, not one.

In a Jan. 22 Future Tense, Aaron Mak misidentified Amy Sample Ward as Amy Ward.

In a Jan. 22 Jurisprudence, Ben Miller and Daniel S. Harawa misspelled Hillary Clinton’s first name.

In a Jan. 22 Politics, Jim Newell misspelled John Barrasso’s last name.

In a Jan. 22 Slatest, Tom Scocca misidentified the Government Accountability Office as the Government Accounting Office.

In a Jan. 21 Brow Beat, Rachelle Hampton misspelled Myriam Gurba’s last name.

In a Jan. 21 Slatest, Julia Craven misstated the location of North Carolina Lt. Gov. Dan Forest’s MLK Day speech. It was in Raleigh, North Carolina, not Cumberland County.

A Jan. 15 the Industry misidentified Cellebrite co-CEO Ron Serber as Rob Serber.

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