Slate’s Mistakes for the Week of Aug. 10

In an Aug. 14 Sports, Nick Greene misspelled Caris LeVert’s last name.

In an Aug. 13 Politics, Julia Craven misquoted Tyler Yount. He referred to Chattanooga “transit,” not “trains.”

Due to a photo provider error, a caption on an Aug. 13 Politics misstated where voters were waiting to cast their ballots. It was outside Washington High School, not Riverside University High School.

In an Aug. 11 Slatest, Ben Mathis-Lilley omitted Iowa State, Kansas, Kansas State, and Notre Dame from a list of major-conference football programs outside the South that are still planning to play a fall season.

In an Aug. 10 Moneybox, Jordan Weissmann misattributed a blog post by Georgetown University law professor David Super to Yale University law professor Jack Balkin.

A caption in an Aug. 10 Slatest misstated that the photo was taken in Brooklyn. It was from elsewhere in New York City.

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