Slate’s Mistakes for the Week of March 14

In a March 17 Jurisprudence, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson was mischaracterized as what would be the lone trial court judge on the current Supreme Court. Justice Sonia Sotomayor was also a district court judge.

In a March 16 History, Colin Dickey misstated that the Osage Township where the Bloody Benders lived is in the northwest corner of Kansas. It is in southeast Kansas.

Due to an editing error, a March 13 Faith-Based misidentified the Book of Job as a Torah story. The Book of Job is in the Tanakh, the Hebrew Bible that contains the Torah, but it is not in the Torah itself.

In a March 12 Slatest, Daniel Politi misspelled Boris Johnson’s last name.

In a March 10 Science, Aaron Mak misstated the chronology of the HMS Endurance crew’s survival and rescue.

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