In the Dec. 7 "Video" article, Andy Bowers referred to Tom Vilsack as the former governor of Iowa. Vilsack leaves office in January 2007.
Due to an editing error, the Dec. 5 "Medical Examiner" referred to RU-486, or mifepristone, as the morning-after pill. Though RU-486 at a low dose has been used for that purpose, the "morning-after pill" usually refers to birth-control pills taken in high doses after unprotected sex. Here's more.
In the Dec. 5 "War Stories," Fred Kaplan originally misidentified the senator who asked Robert Gates if he favored a return to the military draft. It was Bill Nelson, D-Fla., not Elizabeth Dole, R-N.C.
In the Dec. 4 "Chatterbox," Timothy Noah misstated the name of a Toronto newspaper that he quoted from. It was the TorontoStar, not the Toronto Post. There is no Toronto Post.
Due to an editing error, the Dec. 4 "ReadMe" mistakenly referred to Staff Sgt. Lincoln Hollinsaid as Lincoln Hollin.
In the Dec. 4 "Supreme Court Dispatches," Dahlia Lithwick mistakenly identified an attorney as Harvey Korrell. His name is Harry Korrell.
In the Dec. 4 "Today's Papers," Daniel Politi incorrectly stated that Gene Robinson, a gay bishop, was appointed. Robinson was elected by the New Hampshire diocese, and his election was ratified by the House of Bishops.