In the Oct. 26 "Slate Votes" survey, an editor mislabeled Christopher Hitchens' entry as an endorsement of John Kerry. As Hitchens explains here, he did not intend his contribution as a statement of support for either candidate. Slate apologizes to Hitchens for this mistake.
In an Oct. 30 "Culturebox," Meghan O'Rourke misspelled the name of the producer for the Eminem video "Mosh." It's Ian Inaba, not Ian Inuba, as was originally stated.
In a Nov. 3 "Explainer," Louisa Herron Thomas incorrectly identified the Canadian minister of immigration and citizenship as a man. The minister, Judy Sgro, is a woman.
In a Nov. 3 "Medical Examiner," Liza Mundy mistakenly stated that children born as multiples are at a greater risk of cystic fibrosis. They are at a greater risk of cerebral palsy.
In a Nov. 4 "Politics" article about exit polls, Martin Plissner originally said that Kerry lost Florida by two points. In fact, Kerry lost Florida by five points.