In the Dec. 1 "Television," Troy Patterson misidentified the character Babe on All My Children as the daughter of the character Erica Kane. She is not her daughter.
In the Nov. 29 "Supreme Court Dispatches," Dahlia Lithwick incorrectly wrote that Ford makes the Suburban. The Suburban is manufactured by Chevrolet.
In the Nov. 29 "Today's Blogs," Michael Weiss misidentified blogger Jonathan Cutler as Joe Cutler.
In the Nov. 28 "Explainer," Torie Bosch incorrectly stated that aluminum foil is a strong base. It displays the characteristics of both an acid and a base.
In the Nov. 28 "Music Box," Matthew Shaer misidentified the author of the Pitchfork review of Cold War Kid's album Robbers and Cowards. The author was Marc Hogan.
In a Nov. 28 "Politics," Diane McWhorter incorrectly claimed that the Military Commissions Act strips U.S. citizens as well as noncitizens of habeas corpus rights. The provisions of the act relating to habeas corpus apply only to noncitizens.
In a Nov. 28 "Politics," John Dickerson incorrectly wrote that Richard Land is president of the Southern Baptist Convention. He is president of the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission.
In the Nov. 21 "Gist" article, J.D. Nordell misidentified Robert Rosenthal as a sociologist at UCLA. He is a social psychologist at UC-Riverside.
In the Nov. 17 "In Other Magazines," Christopher Beam incorrectly stated that an Economist article claimed $63 million was invested in clean energy globally this year. The correct figure is $63 billion.