In the Oct. 7 "Chatterbox," Timothy Noah erroneously gave 1986 as the year of President Clinton's welfare-reform law. It was 1996.
In the Oct. 6 "Hot Document," Bonnie Goldstein said that Sarah and Todd Palin missed the extended filing deadline for their most recent tax return. They did file it on time.
In the Oct. 3 "Culturebox", Adam Kirsch mistakenly wrote that there has been just one American winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature since Bellow snared it in 1976. In fact, Isaac Bashevis Singer, Czesław Miłosz, and Joseph Brodsky have all won Nobels since then.
In the Sept. 27 "Moneybox," Daniel Gross misspelled the name Richard Rodgers.
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