In the Dec. 14 "Today's Blogs," Michael Weiss misidentified the final book of the Bible. It is called the Book of Revelation, not the Book of Revelations.
In the Dec. 13 "Sandbox," Ann Hulbert originally referred to an article from the Wall Street Journal Online. Although Hulbert read the piece online, it was from the paper WallStreet Journal. The Journal uses the term "Wall Street Journal Online" to denote content that is exclusive to its Web site.
In the Dec. 12 "Hollywood Economist," Edward Jay Epstein originally stated that Sony gave away a video game of the movie Stealth with its PlayStation Portable. The company added several Stealth-inspired levels and a soundtrack to a pre-existing game but did not give away a game of the movie.
In the Dec. 9 "Politics," John Dickerson originally and incorrectly stated that Lowell Weicker left the Republicans for the Democrats. He did not. Weicker left to become an independent and was elected governor of Connecticut in 1990 under the third-party A Connecticut Party banner.
In a Dec. 6 "Politics," John Dickerson originally and incorrectly spelled MSNBC host Rita Cosby's surname name as "Crosby."