Due to an editing error, the June 19 "Medical Examiner" incorrectly stated the location of a Shriners hospital in danger of closing. The hospital is in South Carolina.
In the June 17 "Politics," Dahlia Lithwick gave the wrong title of Sigmund Freud's book Jokes andTheir Relation to the Unconscious.
In the June 17 "Technology" slide show, Farhad Manjoo originally misidentified the product in the image credit for the first slide. It is an iPhone, not an iPhone 3G.
In the June 12 "Science," Sam Kean mixed up the order of the words pure and applied in the full name of the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry.
Due to an editing error, a June 12 "Sports Nut" mistakenly stated that Phil Jackson began his coaching career by winning three straight NBA titles. Jackson won his first championship in his second season.