Corrections

Slate’s Mistakes for the Week of July 19

In a July 24 Five-Ring Circus, Rebecca Schuman misstated that no male American gymnasts made the individual all-around final at the Tokyo Olympics. Two made it; neither finished in the top eight of qualifying.

In a July 23 Moneybox, Aaron Mak misspelled La-Z-Boy.

In a July 23 Music, Carl Wilson misspelled Don McLean’s last name.

In a July 23 War Stories, Fred Kaplan mischaracterized the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency as part of the Transportation Security Administration. CISA and TSA are two separate agencies in the Department of Homeland Security. He also conflated some of the TSA’s responsibilities with those of the DHS.

In a July 20 Jurisprudence, Dahlia Lithwick misspelled Nan Aron’s last name.

In a July 20 World, Robert Zaretsky misstated that French protesters are wearing five-pointed yellow stars. They are six-pointed stars.

In a July 16 Movies, Sofia Andrade misspelled Marion Cotillard’s last name.

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