In the May 18 "The Spectator," Ron Rosenbaum misspelled the name of country singer Darryl Worley and misstated the title of his song, which is not "I Just Got Back (From a War)" but "I Just Came Back (From a War)."
In the May 16 "Architecture," Witold Rybczynski misidentified the artist of the sculpture Wake. It is by Richard Serra, not Anthony Caro.
In the May 16 "Explainer," Christopher Beam mistakenly stated that Liberty University has only religious accreditation. It also has regional accreditation.
In the May 16 "War Stories," Fred Kaplan originally misstated the number of rank steps between lieutenant colonel and lieutenant general. There are four.
In the May 14 "Explainer," Michelle Tsai implied that fructose is the only sweetener in nondiet soda. High-fructose corn syrup contains fructose, glucose, and other sugars.
In the May 11 "Undercover Economist," Tim Harford originally said that the price of Coca-Cola remained the same for more than 60 years. It remained the same for more than 70 years, from 1886 to 1959.
In the May 11 "Idolatry" entry, Jody Rosen gave the inexact title for the Bee Gees hit "Love You Inside Out."
In the May 11 "Life and Art," Barbara Sjoholm originally misspelled the name of Alain Boublil, one of the writers of The Pirate Queen.