In his Aug. 14 "Assessment,"Chris Suellentrop mistakenly stated that Daunte Culpepper appeared on the cover of last year's Madden football video game. Culpepper appeared on the cover of Madden NFL 2002, which was released in 2001. Marshall Faulk appeared on the cover of last year's game.
In the Aug. 13 "Ballot Box" on the best of Carol Moseley Braun, the article incorrectly said that the UDC insignia enjoys copyright protection. In fact, the insignia has a trademark, not a copyright.
The Aug. 12 "War Stories" eroneously referred to "enriched aluminum" rather than "enriched uranium," as was intended.
An Aug. 11 "Jurisprudence" column incorrectly stated that Judge Charles W. Pickering is the Bush nominee to the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals. In fact, Pickering is the nominee for the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals.
In an Aug. 8 "Assessment" of Nigeria, Chris Suellentrop incorrectly wrote that Nigeria achieved independence from Britain in 1961. The correct year is 1960.
An Aug. 7 article by William Saletan and Avi Zenilman originally and incorrectly described Dennis Kucinich as "the most explicit pacifist" in the 2004 presidential race. A pacifist rejects the use of force even in self-defense. Kucinich doesn't. The positions outlined in the article show that Kucinich puts greater faith in peaceful solutions than other candidates do, but doing so doesn't make him a pacifist.
In his Aug. 7 "Chatterbox" column, "Arnold's Nazi Problem," Timothy Noah incorrectly stated that Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver "exchanged wedding vows" at the Kennedy compound in Hyannisport, Mass. In fact, they exchanged vows at a nearby church, then held their reception at the Kennedy compound.