In the Dec. 30, "Movies" Grady Hendrix misspelled Dwight Yoakam's last name.
In the Dec. 29 "Explainer," Juliet Lapidos wrote that if the Christmas bomber had created an explosion that reached the fuel tanks of his plane, the passengers would have had a small chance at survival, since at the end of a flight fuel tanks are nearly empty. But fuel fumes in a nearly empty tank can lead to a dangerous explosion as well. There are several variables at work, including how much air is let in through the cracked tank and the resulting fuel-vapor-and-air mixture. So it's not necessarily the case that less fuel is less dangerous.