Corrections

Slate’s Mistakes for the Week of Feb. 10

In a Feb. 11 Jurisprudence, Jeremy Stahl misstated when Roger Stone was convicted. He was convicted in November, not October.

The Feb. 11 What Next show page misspelled Morley Musick’s first name.

In a Feb. 10 Brow Beat, Heather Schwedel misstated that the Oscars’ singing Elsas were ranked from best to worst. They were ranked worst to best.

A Feb. 10 Decoder Ring show page misspelled Joe E. Jeffreys’ last name.

In a Feb. 10 Movies, Willa Paskin misspelled Cynthia Erivo’s last name. She also misidentified Driving Miss Daisy as Driving Mrs. Daisy.

In a Feb. 10 Sports, Eric Nusbaum misspelled Leonard Shechter’s last name.

In a Feb. 9 Goods, Christina Cauterucci misspelled Caitriona Balfe’s first name and Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ last name.

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