In a Nov. 17 Moneybox, Ron Knox misidentified Jonathan Skrmetti as being the Ohio attorney general. He is the attorney general in Tennessee.
In a Nov. 17 Politics, Shirin Ali misstated the number of presidents Nancy Pelosi served under in House leadership roles. She served under four presidents, not three.
Due to an editing error, a Nov. 17 Users misstated that the Artemis launch involved SpaceX. The rocket was built by different contractors.
In a Nov. 15 Future Tense, Niranjana Rajalakshmi misstated that Khaled Faisal is a Ph.D. student at the Bangladesh University of Professionals. He is teaching and doing fieldwork there, and is enrolled as a student at Ruhr-Universität Bochum in Germany. She also misstated that Giir Joseph Henry is a student in Sudan. He is a student in South Sudan.
In a Nov. 15 Politics, Ben Mathis-Lilley misstated that the Arizona governor’s race was “called” by media outlets on Tuesday. The race was called on Monday.
In a Nov. 14 Medical Examiner, Louise Vallée misstated that Stephanie Tait raised $13,000 on Twitter toward her treatment for advanced Lyme disease. While some of these funds came from connections on the social media platform, some came directly from family and friends.
In a Nov. 14 Relationships, Heather Schwedel misidentified the state that clinched the election as Nebraska. It was Nevada. She also misidentified the tropical storm that recently affected Florida as Nancy. It was Nicole.
In a Nov. 14 Sports, Alex Kirshner misstated that only four active head coaches in college football have won a national championship: Texas A&M’s Jimbo Fisher (with Florida State), Alabama’s Nick Saban, Clemson’s Dabo Swinney, and Georgia’s Kirby Smart. North Carolina’s Mack Brown won a national title with Texas, making it five.
In a Nov. 14 Jurisprudence, Richard L. Hasen misstated that a CNN poll had taken place in September 2020. The poll was taken in September 2021. The article also misidentified the state House in Pennsylvania as the state Senate.
In a Nov. 13 Politics, Jim Newell misidentified Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell as the Senate majority leader.
In a Nov. 11 Slate Quiz, Ray Hamel misstated that the actor named People magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive played two characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. He played two Marvel superheroes.
In a Nov. 10 Politics, David Faris misstated when a runoff in the Georgia Senate race will happen. It’s in December, not January.
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