Due to a photo provider error, the caption in a Nov. 27 You Must Remember This misidentified Joseph Cotten as Gregory Peck. The photo has been replaced by a photo of Jennifer Jones and Peck from the film Duel in the Sun.
In a Nov. 25 Brow Beat, Aisha Harris misidentified the Tonight Show as Late Night.
In a Nov. 25 Users, Amanda Hess misidentified Signe Rousseau as a chef and scholar. She is a food scholar, but not a chef.
In a Nov. 24 Bad Astronomy, Phil Plait misspelled the name of the New Shepard rocket.
In a Nov. 24 Brow Beat, Joshua Keating misquoted a character in Casablanca as saying that diamonds are a “drag on the market.” The quote has been replaced with a summary of the scene.
In a Nov. 24 Brow Beat, Katy Waldman misstated that Claire Vaye Watkins set her first short-story collection in Arizona. The stories take place in Nevada.
In a Nov. 24 Moneybox blog post, James E. McWilliams misstated the distance between Sonora and Jamestown, California. They are separated by 3.5 miles, not 45 miles.
In a Nov. 24 Schooled, Laura Moser misspelled Pennsylvania state Sen. David Argall’s last name.
Due to an editing error, a Nov. 24 Slatest misidentified Jordan’s King Abdullah as Saudi Arabia’s King Abdullah, who is deceased.
In a Nov. 23 Bad Astronomy, Phil Plait misspelled Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker’s last name.
In a Nov. 23 Crime, Leon Neyfakh misstated the date a police officer would be charged with first-degree murder as Nov. 23. It was Nov. 24.
In a Nov. 23 Double X, Michelle Goldberg misattributed an allegorical interpretation of The Wizard of Oz to “Oz’s biographer.” The interpretation is by Evan I. Schwartz’s, biographer of L. Frank Baum.
In a Nov. 23 Moneybox blog post, Jacob Brogan misidentified BostInno staff writer Dylan Martin as Dylan Matt.
Slate strives to correct all errors of fact. If you’ve seen an error in our pages, let us know at email@example.com. General comments should be posted in our Comments sections at the bottom of each article.