Slate’s Mistakes for the Week of April 18

In an April 22 Television, Hannah Kirshner misspelled Kae Yol Lee’s name.

In an April 20 State of Mind, Jane C. Hu misidentified the Food and Drug Administration as the Federal Drug Administration and tardive dyskinesia as tardive kinesthesia.

In an April 19 Pay Dirt, Athena Valentine gave advice that was based on a misinterpretation of U.S. tax code. The advice was revised.

Due to a production error, an April 19 Science misidentified the program Liftoff: Couch to Barbell as Litoff.

In an April 13 Medical Examiner, Aditya C. Shekhar and J. Wesley Boyd misstated that Pflugerville, Texas, terminated its contract with Acadian Ambulance in response to resident complaints. Acadian requested the termination, which was mutually approved.

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