Corrected on 2022-01-02 00:00:00
A previous version of this story included an incorrect image for Don Everly. It has since been updated.
A previous version of this story included an incorrect image for Don Everly. It has since been updated.
An earlier version of this map identified Crimea as part of Russia, which invaded and annexed Crimea in 2014. The majority of the international community has denounced Russia's invasion and annexation of Crimea as illegal. The map has been revised and now includes Crimea as part of Ukraine.
A previous version of this post misspelled the name of Cindy Byram as Cindy Bynam.
A previous version of this story incorrectly referred to Unitized Pallet Structures as Utilized Pallet Structures.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly described the 2004 election as a midterm election.
In a previous version of this story, Kristin Dziczek's first name was misspelled as Kristen.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly attributed a quote calling E.O. Wilson a "relentless synthesizer of ideas" to the chairman of the E.O. Wilson Biodiversity Foundation, David J. Prend. The quote should have been attributed to the foundation's CEO and president, Paula J. Ehrlich.
An earlier version of this story misspelled Mariana Diaz-Wionczek's name as Diaz-Wioczek.
A previous photo accompanying this story displayed Ready Pac products in addition to Fresh Express and Dole products. Ready Pac was not part of the recall, and that image has been removed.
An earlier version of this book review misspelled two characters' names: They are Gyu-ho and Jaehee, not Guy-ho and Jahee.
An earlier photo caption misspelled Sue Donovan's last name as Donovon.
A previous version of this story incorrectly said President Biden announced a plan to combat the COVID-19 surge on Monday. His address was on Tuesday.
A previous version of this story misspelled Ron Arnesen's last name as Arneson.
An earlier version of this piece located the Cavern Club, where The Beatles played shows early in the band's career, in Hamburg, Germany. The Cavern Club is in Liverpool, England.
In this story, one of the study authors mistakenly says that the length of the millipede is "a little less than 1 centimeter." In fact, the specimen the researchers describe in the study is a little less than 10 centimeters in length.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly said Domingo Garcia spoke to ABC7. He spoke to ABC13.
An earlier version of this story misspelled Cory Booker's first name as Corey.
A previous version of this story said that Ed Sheeran had to perform from home on Saturday Night Live after contracting the coronavirus. In fact, he performed live in person after he completed a period of quarantine.
A previous version of this story incorrectly called the first Psychonauts a PS1 game. It was a PS2 game.
In this interview, Shakira is incorrectly identified as at least 70 years old, when her name is included in a list of musicians who do meet that description. Shakira is 44.
A previous version of this story incorrectly said Sgt. 1st Class Christopher A. Celiz died in 1986. He died in 2018.
A previous version of this story said 10 states had some form of mask mandates. According to graphics from the Kaiser Family Foundation, nine states have a statewide requirement.
An earlier version of this piece mistakenly identified Paul Ryan as a former senator.
An earlier version of this story misspelled Alejandro Balazs' last name as Balasz.
An earlier version of this story misspelled David Montefiori's last name as Montefiore.
In an earlier version of this story, Beatriz Valero's name was misspelled as Beatrice, and her granddaughter Alayah's name was misspelled as Alaya.
An earlier version of this story misspelled Morgen Wurde's first name as Morgan.
In an earlier version of this episode, we incorrectly calculated the percent increase of the price of a pasta dish from 1915, compared with today's price (adjusted for inflation). It is an increase of 200%, not 300%.
A previous version of this story incorrectly named Stewart Rhodes of the Oath Keepers as a defendant. He is not.
An earlier version of this story misspelled the city of Beaumont, Texas, as Beamont.
A previous version of the web story said that the U.S. government has not made public the count of Census Bureau executives who identify as Black. In fact, the government has, including for years going back to 2006.
An earlier version of this story misstated the date of the shooting at Oxford High School. The attack took place on Nov. 30, not Dec. 1.
In a previous version of this story, the name of Margaret Loniewska's daughter was misspelled as Mariana. Her name is Marianna.
In this interview, Ambassador Oksana Markarova incorrectly says that Ukraine has 4,000 veterans willing to come to the country's defense. After the interview, the embassy said the ambassador misspoke and meant to say 400,000 veterans.
This story originally referred to Dartmouth College incorrectly as Dartmouth University.
A previous version of the web story mischaracterized the Chicago producer RP Boo as having died. That is not accurate. The story has been corrected.
A previous version of this story referred to Cleavon Little's Blazing Saddles character as Barnett. In fact, the character's name was Bart.
In this piece, we talk about the differences between Asian lady beetles and the better-known black and red ladybugs. But despite the differences, both are classified as beetles and are commonly referred to as ladybugs.
In this story, we incorrectly say Annie Pforzheimer twice served as deputy chief of mission at the U.S. Embassy in Kabul. Although she was stationed in Afghanistan two times, she was deputy chief of mission once, in 2017-2018.
A headline on an earlier version of this file misspelled David Perdue's last name as Purdue.
This story has been updated to clarify the relationship of political partisanship to vaccination status.
Additionally, Florida's counties were removed from the analysis after publication because we learned that Florida has not updated county-level death numbers since June 3. With the removal of these 67 counties, heavily Trump counties go from a 2.73 times higher death rate than heavily Biden counties to 2.78 times more.
Dec. 8, 2021
Up-to-date county-level death data for Florida has been missing from the Johns Hopkins database since June 3, when the Florida Department of Health stopped publishing this data on its website. However, the Community Profile Report, produced by the White House COVID-19 Team, publishes this information on a weekly basis, based on data reported to the CDC. Using this data, we have added Florida back into our analysis. Likewise, the Community Profile Report includes county-level death data from smaller counties in Utah that are not reflected in the Johns Hopkins data; we have updated those in our analysis. These changes mean that heavily Trump counties have a 2.73 times higher death rate than heavily Biden counties (a shift from 2.78 times higher with Florida excluded).
A previous version of this article misstated the age of Meric Long's daughter: Tegra is 5, not 3.
A previous version of this story incorrectly said someone named Patricia was on set as Lady Gaga honed her accent. The actress actually said "Beatrice," as in dialect coach Beatrice Pelliccia.
A previous version of this story misspelled Newberry, Mich., as Newbury.
An earlier version of this story said travelers will need to test within 24 hours of leaving for a trip into the United States. However, the requirement is better described as a day before departure.
An earlier version of this story quoted a tweet by Facebook's Brian Fishman as saying Facebook designated the Rittenhouse incident a mass shooting. In fact the tweet says it was designated as a mass murder.
A previous version of this story misspelled Seth Kenney's last name as Kenny in all but one instance.
In this report, we refer to Dawny'all Heydari by the pronoun "his." Heydari uses the pronoun "her."
A previous version of the headline misspelled Chris Cuomo's last name as Cruomo.
The web adaptation of this story originally misidentified Corey Woods as Cory Woods, and Robert Diggs as Robert Driggs.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly referred to Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin as the secretary of state.
An earlier version of this story stated that former Rep. Chris Carney's district was in south central Pennsylvania. It was located in northeastern and north central Pennsylvania.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly said Aries Arugay was a professor at Philippine University. He is with the University of the Philippines Diliman. Also, Ateneo de Manila University was misspelled as Ateno de Manila University.
In a previous version of this story, we inaccurately identified a photograph of Clement Clarke Moore. The photograph has been removed.
A previous version of this story said the Roman mosaic is believed to be from 250 to 450 BCE. It is actually likely from around the 3rd or 4th century.
In the audio of this story, as in a previous web introduction, we mistakenly say Josephine Baker's remains were to be moved to the Paris Pantheon. France has inducted Baker into the Pantheon and honored her with a memorial, and a coffin carrying soils from the U.S., France and Monaco was deposited inside the domed monument. However, her body remains buried in Monaco.
A previous version of this story listed HEB among stores that are closed on Thanksgiving Day, but HEB stores are open until noon.
An earlier version of this story said Wisconsin Public Radio reported on protests against the Rittenhouse verdict. In fact, it was member station WUWM.
This report incorrectly states that Lynne Balla died of COVID-19 hours after she was diagnosed. She actually died of COVID-19 hours after her care facility told her family that she was OK. Balla had in fact been diagnosed with COVID-19 a few days prior.
A previous version of the headline misspelled Dr. Anthony Fauci's last name as Fauici.
An earlier version of this post incorrectly published Daniel Lofredo Rota's name as Daniel Lofredo.
An earlier headline for this segment misspelled the name of Malcolm X as Malcom X.
An earlier version of this story stated that Rittenhouse traveled from Illinois to Wisconsin with an assault-style rifle. In fact, he armed himself with the rifle in Wisconsin.
An earlier version of this story mistakenly said the bill includes a 50% minimum tax on foreign profits of U.S. corporations. It is a 15% tax.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly referred to Canada's prime minister as its head of state. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is Canada's head of government, while the country's head of state is Queen Elizabeth II.
This piece has been updated to clarify that some strands of the women's music movement in the 1970s were criticized for trans-exclusionary politics, not the entire movement.
We have updated language that said the deputy ambassador is the highest-ranking official at the embassy. Adela Raz was appointed ambassador and became chief of mission about three weeks before Kabul fell to the Taliban. She was unable to become full ambassador because the government of the republic collapsed.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly said that Sen. Pat Toomey made his remarks about Saule Omarova's past education and scholarship during an interview with Fox Business. In fact, he made those remarks in an October speech.
A previous version of the headline misspelled the name of Malcolm X as Malcom X.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly referred to Rep. John Katko as a Democrat. He is a Republican.
A previous version of this story mistakenly said Adele's album 25 came out in 2016. It was released in 2015.
A previous version of this story suggested that both Michael Martin and Court Watson were at The Lost Colony from 1996 to 2002. Martin was there in the 1990s and Watson in the 2000s. In addition, the story said William Ivey Long was elected chairman of the American Theatre Wing in 2013. He was elected in 2012.
A previous version of this story incorrectly said Adam Lanza killed himself as police surrounded his home. He shot himself in the school as police closed in.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that an Adélie penguin traveled 3,100 miles from Antarctica to a beach in Christchurch, New Zealand. The distance to Christchurch is closer to 2,000 miles.
A previous version of this story indicated that getting compensated in company stock meant recipients were not liable for taxes. In fact, in many instances, employees or executives who are compensated in stocks do have to pay taxes. It's mainly founders who own shares in their own companies who can avoid taxes on those stocks unless they sell their holdings.
Previously posted Nov. 13, 2021: A previous version of this story incorrectly said the $1.2 trillion increase in U.S. billionaires' worth was roughly the size of Japan's entire economy and almost two times the size of India's. That comparison actually applies to the total wealth held by the billionaires, or around $5 trillion.
An earlier version of this episode mischaracterized Nick Bunker's view about why people are quitting their jobs. In his view, the surge in quitting primarily stems from a rise in job openings — that is, a greater demand for workers.
An earlier version of this story misspelled Jonathan Shaub's last name as Schaub.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that the top two finishers in Alaska's primary would face each other in a runoff. In fact, the top four finishers in the primary will face each other in the general election.
A previous version of this story incorrectly referred to Euripides' "Iphigenia" as a 400-year-old play. In fact, the play Iphigenia in Aulis was first staged in 405 B.C., making it over 2,400 years old.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly identified Antigua and Barbuda as separate countries. In fact, Antigua and Barbuda is a single country.
An earlier version of this story misstated the name of Yedi Houseware Appliances as Yeti Houseware Appliances.
A previous web introduction to this interview incorrectly said the world has been living through the pandemic for nearly three years. Although it might feel like a lifetime, we are only just about to enter Year 3.
An earlier version of this episode incorrectly said that iBuyers reportedly own 10% of homes in the Phoenix area. The story has been updated to clarify that this number refers to 10% of homes for sale.
This post has been updated with more details from the testimony about what happened before Grosskreutz was shot.
In the audio and in a previous version of this web story, lead plaintiff Sheikh Yassir Fazaga's last name is misidentified as Fazada.
This story mistakenly identifies the head of the North Country Chamber of Commerce as Garry North. His name is Garry Douglas.
When first published this article incorrectly referred to "the military dictatorships of the 1990s." The correct time period is the 1970s and 80s.
An earlier version of this story misspelled the National Audubon Society as Audobon.
An earlier version of this story misstated the year in which a report about race and jury selection was released by the Equal Justice Initiative. The report was published in 2021, not 2020.
This story refers to a civil rights organization as Asian Americans Advancing Justice. Its full name is Asian Americans Advancing Justice – AAJC.
In the audio of this story, in addition to a previous digital story, we incorrectly describe the Let It Be film as a 1969 documentary. It was released in 1970.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly said Half God is Wiki's first independently released studio album. He has previously independently released one solo album and one collaborative project.
In a previous version of this story, we said Aftab Pureval is the son of immigrants from India. His father is Indian but his mother was a refugee from Tibet who fled to India.
An earlier version of this story said only 13 federal judgeships are held by openly gay or lesbian judges. Based on a revision from Lambda Legal, that number is 14.
A subhead on a previous version of this story incorrectly said an open letter was sent by four countries to the IHF last month. The letter was signed by five countries in September.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that Kyle Rittenhouse drove from Illinois into Wisconsin armed with an AR-15-style rifle. In fact, Rittenhouse stored the gun at a friend's home in Wisconsin and never possessed the gun in Illinois, according to prosecutors.
A previous version of this story misspelled Melissa Lozada-Oliva's last name. It is Oliva, not Olivia.
An earlier version of this story misspelled Kyrsten Sinema's first name as Krysten.
An earlier version of this story cited Mayor Bill De Blasio as saying that some 9,000 city employees, or about 6% of the 378,000-strong workforce, have been put on unpaid leave. However, the percentage reference has been removed because 9,000 is significantly less than 6% of the workforce.
An earlier version of this web story incorrectly stated that the Proud Boys are a white nationalist group and that Kyle Rittenhouse has ties to the group. The Proud Boys is a far-right extremist group, and there is no confirmation that Rittenhouse is affiliated with the group.