In an April 6 Slatest, Shirin Ali misstated that a mysterious dark liquid oozed from Rudy Giuliani’s head while he was speaking at Four Seasons Total Landscaping in Philadelphia. That occurred while Giuliani was speaking from the headquarters of the Republican National Committee in Washington.
In an April 5 Future Tense, Meg Duff misstated that Mill’s chicken feed could potentially reach 2 to 3 percent of U.S. chickens. Mill hopes to feed 7 percent of the country’s chickens. She also misstated Mill’s internal mantra, which refers to “perfect inaction,” not “perfect action.”
In an April 4 Politics, Nitish Pahwa misspelled Tommie Smith’s name as Tommy Smith. He also misstated the year of Smith’s and John Carlos’ iconic Olympic salute—it was 1968, not 1936.
In an April 3 Books, Daniel Wallace misstated the publisher of Black Folk Could Fly. It is published by W.W. Norton, not Grove.
In an April 1 Future Tense, Nitish Pahwa misstated that Rahul Gandhi was convicted by an Indian state court for defaming Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Gandhi was ruled to have defamed the entire Modh-Ghanchi caste, of which Modi is a member.
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