In the Dec. 3 "Culturebox," June Thomas said that parents are more likely to shop for their children at JCPenney than at Hop Topic. She meant Hot Topic.
In the Dec. 2 "Supreme Court Dispatches," Dahlia Lithwick misspelled Edwin Kneedler.
In the Dec. 1 "A Fine Whine," Grady Hendrix misspelled Jodie Foster.
In the Nov. 30 "Foreigners," Anne Applebaum originally said that Michaele Salahi wore a sari to the state dinner. It was a lehnga.
In the Nov. 26 "Explainer," Christopher Beam misspelled Heath Ledger.
In the Nov. 25 "Jurisprudence," Emily Bazelon identified John Nugent as president and CEO of Planned Parenthood rather than of Planned Parenthood of Maryland.
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