In a March 6 Bad Astronomy, Phil Plait misstated that the Crash Course Astronomy episode about tides was Episode 7. It is Episode 8.
In a March 6 Brow Beat, Charles Loxton misstated that Albert Maysles was in Rome shooting Wes Anderson on the set of The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou. He was shooting Martin Scorcese on the set of Gangs of New York.
A headline on a March 6 Moneybox blog post misstated that Three Twins wanted to be sued. The company just isn’t worried about being sued.
In a March 6 Moneybox, Felix Salmon misstated that when Barclays paid hundreds of millions of dollars for naming rights to a stadium, that money wasn’t tax-deductible. It would have been tax-deductible as a business expense.
In a March 5 Slatest, Ben Mathis-Lilley misstated the number of people killed in a 1992 plane crash at LaGuardia Airport. Twenty-seven people died, not 19.
In a March 5 Television, Willa Paskin misspelled the last nameof the 30 Rock character Jackie Jormp-Jomp.
In a March 5 Video, Erica Walsh misspelled the last names of Pierce Siebers and Clark Baxtresser.
In a March 4 Dispatches, Seth Stevenson misspelled the moniker “Unabomber.”
In a March 4 Science, Rachel Gross misspelled George Stavros’ last name.
In a March 4 Slatest, Mark Joseph Stern misstated that the plaintiffs in King v. Burwell believe the Affordable Care Act allows for only state exchanges. They claim that federal subsidies are available only through state exchanges.
In a March 4 Slatest, Beth Ethier misstated that Larry Klayman belongs to the organization Judicial Watch. He is the founder but no longer works there.
In a March 3 Business Insider, Peter Jacobs misspelled Lynchburg, Virginia.
In a March 2 Behold, Jordan G. Teicher misidentified the dogs Godfrey and Hamster in their photo captions.
In a March 2 Jurisprudence, Bennett Gershman misstated that U.S. attorney Preet Bharara had a two-hour conversation with a reporter. It was a two-part conversation.
In a March 2 Moneybox blog post, Alison Griswold misspelled the last name of Federal Reserve researcher Fatih Karahan. She also misidentified one of the authors of a 2015 Federal Reserve staff report; it was Serdar Ozkan, not Greg Kaplan.
In a March 2 Outward, Vanessa Vitiello Urquhart misstated that Social Security benefits can be inherited by a deceased person’s spouse. She meant to refer to Social Security survivor benefits.
In a March 2 XX Factor, Amanda Marcotte misidentified the Brookings Institution as the Brookings Institute.
Due to an editing error, a March 2 Video headline misstated that there are only two female iron workers in New York. There are many more than that.
In a Feb. 27 Politics, Corinne Ramey misstated that a report by the nonprofit Ride New Orleans was conducted in 2012. It was conducted in 2014. She also misstated that a Milwaukee project called the Zoo Interchange cost $850 million. It cost $1.7 billion.
In a Feb. 11 Moneybox blog post, Jordan Weissmann misspelled the last name of Federal Reserve researcher Fatih Karahan. He also misidentified one of the authors of a 2015 Federal Reserve staff report; it was Serdar Ozkan, not Greg Kaplan.
In a Dec. 24 Brow Beat, Dee Lockett misspelled the name of the Edmund Pettus Bridge.
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