In a Feb. 14 Jurisprudence, Mark Joseph Stern misspelled Sen. Lindsey Graham’s first name.
In a Feb. 13 Jurisprudence, Dahlia Lithwick misstated Patricia Ann Millett’s age. She is 52.
In a Feb. 13 Slatest, Jim Newell misspelled Lindsey Graham’s first name.
Due to an editing error, a Feb. 12 Culturebox misstated the date of a guide to kissing that came with a stick of gum. It was 1911, not 1901.
In a Feb. 12 Moneybox blog post, Helaine Olen misquoted a Democratic presidential debate question by paraphrasing it, rather than quoting the moderator word for word.
In a Feb. 11 Slatest, Jim Newell misstated that debate moderator Gwen Ifill had questioned Hillary Clinton about donations to the Priorities USA super PAC. It was Ifill’s co-moderator, Judy Woodruff, who asked the question.
In a Feb. 11 Slatest, Josh Voorhees misstated that debate moderator Gwen Ifill had questioned Hillary Clinton about donations to the Priorities USA super PAC. It was Ifill’s co-moderator, Judy Woodruff, who asked the question.
In a Feb. 11 Education, Rebecca Schuman misstated that Ed Egan had tenure at Mount St. Mary’s University.
In a Feb. 11 the Eye, James I. Bowie misstated the publication date of Christ to Coke. It was 2011, not 2012.
In a Feb. 11 Moneybox blog post, Helaine Olen misspelled the name of the Jacob Javits Center.
In a Feb. 11 Slatest, Josh Voorhees misstated the year that Bernie Sanders set his current quarterly fundraising record. It was for the fourth-quarter of 2015, not 2016.
A Feb. 10 Atlas Obscura misspelled the name of the Muskingum River.
In a Feb. 10 Behold, Jordan G. Teicher misspelled Theodor Seuss Geisel’s first name.
Due to an editing error, a Feb. 10 Brow Beat misstated that Funny or Die’s spoof of Donald Trump’s The Art of the Deal is 48 minutes long. It is 50 minutes long.
In a Feb. 10 Brow Beat, Darian Alexander misspelled Kenan Thompson’s first name.
In a Feb. 10 Future Tense blog post, Will Oremus misstated that Twitter’s new algorithmic timeline feature would be opt-in. In fact, it will begin as opt-in but will become the default for all users in the coming weeks.
In a Feb. 10 Future Tense, Sarah Scoles misttated that Harvard University’s Wyss Institute’s “organs-on-chips” team works on digital simulations. They are microchips lined by human cells, which the institute plans to link together to mimic whole-body physiology.
In a Feb. 10 Slatest, Joshua Keating misstated that President George H.W. Bush was born in Connecticut. He spent much of his childhood in Connecticut but was born in Massachusetts.
In a Feb. 9 Behold, David Rosenberg misstated that Der Spiegel published Barbara Davatz’s photos in the ’80s. They didn’t.
In a Feb. 9 Brow Beat, Katy Waldman misspelled Serial producer Dana Chivvis’ last name.
In a Feb. 9 Television, Willa Paskin misspelled Johnny Thunders’ last name.
In a Feb. 8 Bad Astronomy, Phil Plait misstated that the asteroid 2013 TX68 was 100 meters across. It is 30 meters across.
In a Feb. 8 Schooled, Laura Moser misstated the estimated per-student price tag of D.C. school vouchers. It is $9,500, not $9,5000.
In a Sept. 4, 2013, Future Tense, Katherine Mangu-Ward misspelled submersible entrepreneur Marin Bek’s last name.
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