In an Oct. 29 Bad Astronomy, Phil Plait misstated that the clouds he saw were cirrus. They were smoke plumes from a wildfire.
In an Oct. 28 Brow Beat, Marissa Martinelli misspelled Edna Gundersen’s last name.
In an Oct. 28 XX Factor, Mark Joseph Stern misidentified Utah Gov. Gary Herbert as the governor of Ohio.
Due to a photo provider error, the captions on two images in an Oct. 27 Outward misidentified Alex Hibbert as Jaden Piner.
In a Oct. 27 Slatest, Jeremy Stahl misidentified Adam Crapser as Adam Crasper.
In an Oct. 26 Bad Astronomy, Phil Plait misstated that the three stars mentioned in the post are 250 billion times farther away than the Sun. They are 250 million times farther away.
In an Oct. 26 Future Tense blog post, Mark Joseph Stern misstated that Justin Timberlake voted in Nashville. He voted in Memphis.
Due to a production error, an Oct. 26 Interrogation was misattributed to Heather Schwedel. It was written by Isaac Chotiner.
Due to an editing error, an Oct. 26 Slatest mischaracterized the Brexit referendum as an anti-U.N. vote. It was an anti-EU vote.
In an Oct. 25 Brow Beat, David Canfield misstated the age of Tom Hanks’ character in the film Big. He was 13, not 17.
In an Oct. 25 Brow Beat, Marissa Martinelli misspelled Edward Herrmann’s last name.
Due to a production error, an Oct. 25 Gist show page misstated the time of Adam Conover’s special. It was Tuesday at 10 p.m. ET, not 9 p.m.
Due to a production error, the caption on a photography accompanying an Oct. 25 Jurisprudence misidentified Antonin Scalia as Anthony Scalia.
Due to an editing error, an Oct. 25 Sports Nut misstated that the Chicago Cubs last made the World Series in 1908. They last won the World Series in 1908.
In an Oct. 24 Bad Astronomy, Phil Plait misstated that we have had 12 months in a row of record heat. A reanalysis of the temperatures by NASA lowered the average global temperature for June 2016 by 0.05°, making that June the third hottest on record.
Due to a production error, the Oct. 24 Hang Up and Listen show page originally included audio and links for the incorrect podcast. Those have been replaced by the correct audio and links.
In an Oct. 24 Moneybox blog post, Jordan Weissmann misspelled Shenzhen.
In an Oct. 24 Slatest, Elliot Hannon misstated that during a 2008 interview Donald Trump referred to Hillary Clinton getting “roughed up” during Bill Clinton’s presidency; Trump was referring to Hillary Clinton’s treatment during the 2008 campaign.
Due to an editing error, an Oct. 24 XX Factor misstated the conditions in which a baby can be safely fed in the parental bed: It should be stripped of loose sheets, but fitted sheets are fine. The post also was originally illustrated with a photograph that showed an unsafe sleeping position. That photo has been replaced.
In an Oct. 21 Slatest, Jeremy Stahl mischaracterized Donald Trump’s ban on Muslims immigrating to the United states as a ban on Muslim Americans immigrating to the country.
Due to an editing error, an Oct. 20 Movies misstated the status of the characters Juan and Teresa in the movie Moonlight’s second act.
In an Oct. 13 Assessment, Laura Bennett misstated that the Duke lacrosse scandal was in 2005. It began in 2006.
In a Dec. 27, 2013, Future Tense blog post, Meredith Carpenter and Lillian Fritz-Laylin misstated that Slayer is an ’80s hair metal band. Slayer is a metal band, but not a hair metal band.
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