CORRECTIONS

CORRECTIONS

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    Older homeless: In the July 19 Section A, an article about the rise in older homeless people referred to L.A. Care Health Plan as L.A. Health Care. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic standards and practices, you may contact the readers’...

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    Ferguson fire: In the July 17 Section A, an article about the Ferguson fire burning near Yosemite National Park said that last year’sDetwiler fire started a few miles east of the Ferguson fire. It started to the west. Dinosaurs: In the July 15 California section, an article about a study of sauropodomorph...

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    Staples Center: In the July 5 Business section, an article about a technology used at Staples Center to pull water from the air misspelled the last name of Lee Zeidman, president of Staples Center, Microsoft Theater and L.A. Live, as Seidman. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have...

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    Solar panels: In the July 8 Business section, an article about tariffs on solar panels said that the United States imported an average of about 613,000 megawatts worth of solar panels per month in the first half of the year. The correct figure is 613 megawatts. If you believe that we have made...

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    Assembly race: In the July 1 California section, an article about the race for Republican Rocky Chavez’s seat in the 76th Assembly District said Democratic candidate Elizabeth Warren is a former journalist. She is a freelance journalist. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions...

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    Orange Coast College rowers: In the June 29 Sports section, a photo caption identified Daniel Amado, left, and Axel Witt as pulling in the same direction. The rowers are Axel Witt, left, and Ken Ponchak. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic...

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    Governor’s race: In the June 23 California section, an article about the state governor’s race said no one has ever been elected both Chicago mayor and governor of Illinois. Former Chicago Mayor Edward F. Dunne served as Illinois governor from 1913 to 1917. Tesla credits: In the June 24 Business...

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    Poll: In the June 24 California section, an “Essentials” item on the USC Dornsife/Times poll stated 46 registered voters were undecided in the U.S. Senate race. It was 46% of registered voters. “The Humans”: In the June 24 Calendar section, a photo caption that accompanied a review of “The Humans”...

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    Museum listings: In the June 24 Calendar section, museum listings include “Phil Dike: At the Edge of the Sea” at the Laguna Art Museum. That exhibit has closed. The error was caught after the section went to press. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’...

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    Palm Springs film festival: In the June 17 Travel section, the What’s Up calendar incorrectly reported the dates of the Palm Springs International Short Film Festival. The festival runs through Monday. The article also said more than 55 short films are to be shown. The festival features 333 films....

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    Homeless housing: In the June 18 Section A, an article about resistance to new homeless shelters in Venice and other neighborhoods referred to existing homeless housing in Marina del Rey. The housing is located in Del Rey, which is a neighborhood within the city of Los Angeles. If you believe that...

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    “Glow 15” author: In the Saturday section elsewhere in this edition, a brief about the new diet book “Glow 15” misspells author Naomi Whittel’s last name as Whitell. The error was discovered after the section went to press. Playwright: In the June 15 Calendar section, the caption for a photo from...

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    Primary election: In the June 10 California section, a news brief about three former Obama aides who made it through their California primary elections omitted two of the candidates. Former Obama aide Buffy Wicks finished in first place in the 15th Assembly District and Ammar Campa-Najjar, a former...

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    Singapore summit: In the June 10 Section A, an article about Singapore’s preparation for the Trump-Kim summit suggested that Sentosa Island’s historic nickname of “Island Behind Death” dated to the Japanese occupation during World War II. The nickname was in use before that period. “Superfly” director:...

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    Governor’s race: In the June 6 Section A, an article about the California governor’s race said gubernatorial candidate John Cox ran for the U.S. House and Senate twice in Illinois, failing to reach the primary in all three. He failed to move past all three. If you believe that we have made an error,...

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    Theater production: In the June 10 Calendar section, a listing for Casa 0101 Theater’s production of “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast” omitted the theater’s address. It is 2102 E. 1st St., Boyle Heights. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic...

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    Alabama governor: In the June 7 Section A, an Associated Press article about state primaries around the nation said that Kay Ivey is the first female governor of Alabama. That distinction belongs to Lurleen Wallace, who was elected in 1966 and died of cancer in 1968 after serving for 16 months....

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    Stanley Cup Final: In the June 2 Sports section, a column about Washington Capitals player Brooks Orpik was accompanied by a photo of a player who was misidentified as Orpik. Brett Connolly is the Capitals player in the photo. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about...

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    Rachel Brosnahan: In the May 31 Envelope section, an article about Rachel Brosnahan and her Amazon series “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” mentioned the actress having sips of wine before a scene to calm her nerves. The wine was only used to get into character by getting the taste of alcohol in her...

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    Gaza cease-fire: In the May 31 Section A, an article about conflict between Israel and Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip carried a Gaza City dateline. It should have been Jerusalem. “Spygate” claims: In the May 31 Section A, an article about Republicans rejecting President Trump’s “Spygate”...

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    “Roseanne” Emmy coverage: The May 31 Envelope section included a comedy actors roundtable featuring “Roseanne” actress Sara Gilbert and a Gold Standard column projecting comedy actors’ and series’ Emmy chances. The section was printed before ABC canceled the show on Tuesday. For an updated look...

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    Insurance commissioner: In the May 29 Business section, an article about the race for California insurance commissioner misspelled the first name of campaign strategist Garry South as Gary. Prosecutor elections: In the May 24 Section A, an article about spending in district attorney races around...

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    “Sollers Point” review: In the May 25 Calendar section, a review of the movie “Sollers Point” misspelled director of photography Shabier Kirchner’s first name as Sabier. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic standards and practices, you may...

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    Pope Francis documentary: In the May 17 Calendar section, a review of the documentary “Pope Francis: A Man of His Word” referred to the Jesuit Church. The Jesuits are not a church, but a congregation within the Catholic Church. Line of succession: In the May 18 Royal Wedding special section, photos...

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    Wells Fargo art: In the May 15 Calendar section, a column about the auction of once-public Miro and Dubuffet sculptures at the Wells Fargo tower in downtown L.A. said pieces by other artists would remain on site. A spokeswoman for building owner Brookfield Office Properties has since said the future...

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    “Dreams of the new world”: In the May 13 Arts & Books section, an article about the Los Angeles Master Chorale’s “dreams of the new world” work said that the piece’s researcher, Sayd Randle, is a PhD candidate at Columbia. She’s at Yale. “Little Women”: In the May 13 Calendar section, an article...

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    Warehouse agreement: In the May 10 California section, an article about a Los Angeles City Council vote said the city rejected a plan for a logistics company, California Cartage Co., to continue using a warehouse near the Port of Los Angeles. Company and port officials say the firm can still use...

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    Opioid suit: In the May 4 California section, an article about Los Angeles suing nine opioid makers and distributors said that a Mallinckrodt spokeswoman said that Los Angeles officials had wrongfully targeted the company. The spokeswoman said that the company is “deeply committed to regulatory...

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    “Racer and the Jailbird” review: In the May 4 Calendar section, an information box with the movie review for “Racer and the Jailbird” said the film is playing at the Laemmle Playhouse 7, Pasadena. It is showing exclusively at the Landmark Nuart in West L.A. through May 10. If you believe that we...

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    West Hollywood: In the May 3 Section A, an article examining the possible earthquake risk to buildings in West Hollywood referred in one instance to John Duran as the mayor. He is the mayor pro tem. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic standards...

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    Decoding babies’ DNA: In the April 22 Section A, an article about how genome sequencing can help sick children said that Dr. Robert C. Green runs a sequencing study at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. He co-directs the program. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions...

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    French film festival: In the April 22 Calendar section, a listing in The Guide said the COLCOA French Film Festival concludes May 1. The event runs April 23-30. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic standards and practices, you may contact...

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    Lost Rolls film project: In the April 12 Calendar section, the last name of photographer Valentina Zavarin was misspelled as Bavarian in a photo caption and credit that accompanied an article about a project called Lost Rolls America, in which misplaced undeveloped rolls of film were being rescued...

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    Safari tour website: In the April 8 Travel section’s Tours & Cruises column, an item about a Botswana safari offered by Living Desert Zoo & Gardens gave an incorrect website address. The correct address is livingdesert-botswana.com. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions...

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    James McAlister: In the April 8 California section, the caption for a photo accompanying the obituary of James McAlister identified the former UCLA football star as the person on the left and teammate Kermit Johnson on the right. McAlister was to the right. Catastrophe bonds: In the April 8 Section...

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    ‘I Am Evidence’: In the April 7 Calendar section, an article about the documentary film “I Am Evidence,” which is about untested rape kits, misspelled director Trish Adlesic’s last name as Adelsic. It also said she attended a film festival in Michigan. The festival was in Mississippi. If you believe...

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    BMG: In the April 3 Business section, an article about record label BMG's venture into the movie business said a documentary about singer David Crosby would be released in September. It does not have a release date. Opioid deaths: In the April 6 California section, an article about deaths tied...

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    Guggenheim fellowships: In the April 5 Calendar section, an article about Guggenheim fellowships said the first class of fellows consisted only of men. One woman, historian Violet Barbour, was in the class. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic...

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    The Masters: In the April 1 Sports section, an article about excitement over Tiger Woods playing in the Masters tournament misspelled the last name of Bridgestone Golf CEO Angel Ilagan as Ilagen and Ilgan. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic...

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    Steven Bochco: In the April 3 Calendar section, a caption for a photo from the TV series “Cop Rock” that accompanied an article about TV producer-writer Steven Bochco misidentified actor Art Kimbro as Tyrone Weeks. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’...

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    Shelley Berman: In the April 1 Calendar section, A Classic Hollywood article about Shelley Berman said the late comedian's archives were purchased by the National Comedy Center. The archives were donated. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic...

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    Marijuana businesses: In the March 31 Section A, an article about the high cost of rents for pot businesses said one tenant paid $87 per square foot for a Westside storefront, higher than what is charged on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills. The tenant actually paid about $22 per square foot, a premium...

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    Driverless cars: In the March 29 Business section, an article about the future of driverless technology at Uber said the company settled a lawsuit with Waymo in November. The settlement was reached in February. David A.R. White: In the March 30 Calendar section, a movie review and a photo caption...

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    Gina Haspel: In the March 14 Section A, an article about Gina Haspel, President Trump’s nominee for CIA director, said she reportedly ran a secret prison in Thailand and that terrorism suspect Abu Zubaydah was waterboarded there. Recent news reports have raised questions about whether Haspel was...

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    Orange County: In the March 27 California section, an article about Orange County supervisors’ considering whether to take action against the state’s “sanctuary” laws cited incorrect information from the Sheriff’s Department about 172 inmates in the country illegally who were released into the...

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    How I Made It: In the March 25 Business section, a headline on an article about El Pollo Loco franchisee Michaela Mendelsohn referred to transgender people as transgenders. It is not The Times' practice to use this term as a noun. Police shooting: In the March 27 Section A, an article about the...

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    Dance dates: In the March 25 Arts & Books section, a list of spring dance performances gave incorrect dates for the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts. The dates are April 18-22, not April 19-21. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions...

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    Claire L. Evans: In the Arts & Books section elsewhere in this edition, an article about rock musician, app creator and now author Claire L. Evans says that she had been features editor of Vice’s Motherboard website; she was futures editor. The article also incorrectly renders the app “5 Every...

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    T. Berry Brazelton: In the March 21 California section, the obituary of pediatrician and child-development expert T. Berry Brazelton said he died Tuesday. Brazelton died March 13. Sunrun CEO: In the March 18 Business section, a profile of Sunrun co-founder and Chief Executive Lynn Jurich said she...

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    Cal State tuition: In the March 21 California section, an article about the Cal State trustees meeting said the public university system’s last tuition hike allowed it to create 9,000 more class seats for students. It created 90,000 more class seats. If you believe that we have made an error, or...

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    Gold decor: In the March 17 Saturday section, an article about gold trends in home decor misspelled the last name of Pink Peonies lifestyle blog creator Rachel Parcell as Purcell. SpaceX rocket: In the March 20 Business section, an article about SpaceX’s expansion at the Port of Los Angeles said...

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    Myria planter: In the Saturday section elsewhere in this edition, an article about gold trends in decor gives the product name of a planter as Myra. It is Myria. The error was discovered after the section was printed. BNP Paribas Open: In the March 15 Sports section, a BNP Paribas Open tennis tournament...

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    Amelia Earhart: In the March 11 Section A, an article about unsolved mysteries and Amelia Earhart, originally published in 1999 and reprinted because of the reported discovery of the missing aviator’s bones, said that the fate of the Russian Czarevich Alexei remained uncertain. The article should...

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    Blood pressure: In the March 14 California section, an article about a clinical trial to reduce blood pressure among patrons of black-owned barbershops identified the two pharmacists who participated as a white woman and a black man. They were a white woman and a biracial woman. If you believe...

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    Hubert de Givenchy: In the March 13 California section, the obituary of Hubert de Givenchy said he won an Oscar for costume design for his contributions to “Sabrina.” The Oscar for costume design for “Sabrina” was awarded to Edith Head. Big West basketball: In the March 11 Sports section, an article...

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    Drug prices: On the March 12 Monday Business page, an article about what Cigna's merger with Express Scripts means to consumers said pharmacy benefit managers do not disclose to anyone, including their own clients, how much they're getting from rebates. Express Scripts said it does disclose those...

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    Szeemann exhibit: In the March 11 Arts & Books section, a review of the exhibition “Harald Szeemann: Museum of Obsessions” referred to Glenn Phillips as a Getty consulting curator. He is a Getty curator. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic...

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    L.A. Affairs: In the Feb. 24 Saturday section, an L.A. Affairs column referred to the last day of the author’s marriage as the day her husband came home and said he’d rented an apartment and was moving out. He says the separation was not a sudden, unexpected event that he surprised her with, but...

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    Syrian TV dramas: In the March 4 Section A, an article about war dramas on Syrian TV said Syrian director, writer and actor Rafi Wahbi helped launch the web series “Bidoon Qayd” (“Without Document”). He collaborated on the series, but it was launched by the Lebanese company Spring Entertainment....

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    Syrian TV dramas: In the March 4 Section A, an article about war dramas on Syrian TV said Syrian director, writer and actor Rafi Wahbi helped launch the web series “Bidoon Qayd” (“Without Document”). He collaborated on the series, but it was launched by the Lebanese company Spring Entertainment....

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    Bookstore closing: In the March 3 Section A, an article about the closing of Caravan Book Store referred to the now-closed Papa Bach Bookstore as being in Santa Monica. It was in West Los Angeles. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic standards...

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    “Atlanta” actor: In the March 1 Calendar section, an article about actor Brian Tyree Henry, who plays the character Alfred on FX’s TV series “Atlanta,” quoted Henry as saying: “When I first read the script and saw who Albert was, I fell in love with him.” He said “Alfred,” not “Albert.” “Unsolved”...

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    “Moonlight”: In the Feb. 28 Section A, an article about the evolving criteria for what constitutes an Academy Award best picture winner said that “Moonlight” was produced on a $4-million budget. It was a $1.5-million budget. “Flint Town” review: In the March 1 Calendar section, a review of the...

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    Brazil military: In the Feb. 28 Section A, a headline on an article about a rise in shooting deaths since the Brazilian military took over police duties in Rio de Janeiro referred to the city as Sao Paulo. Van Morrison review: In the Feb. 28 Calendar section, a review of Van Morrison’s concert...

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    Obama portraits: In an art column in the Feb. 14 Calendar section about paintings of Barack and Michelle Obama on view at the National Portrait Gallery, Amy Sherald’s portrait of Michelle Obama was inadvertently printed with natural skin tones rather than Sherald’s trademark gray-scale, reminiscent...

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    Embassy in Jerusalem: In the Feb. 24 Section A, an article about plans to open a small U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem in May said the U.S. Embassy in Israel has always been in Tel Aviv, “along with the rest of the world’s diplomatic missions.” A small number of countries had embassies in Jerusalem in...

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    Australia-U.S. ties: In the Feb. 23 Section A, an article about Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s visit to the White House said that Australia sought to transfer about 1,250 “economic refugees” to the United States. In a phone call with President Trump last year, Turnbull repeatedly...

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    “Icarus”: In the Feb. 22 Envelope section, an article about the Oscar-nominated documentary “Icarus” misspelled producer Dan Cogan’s last name as Kogan. Envy Awards: In the Feb. 22 Envelope section, an article bestowing the 2018 Envy Awards misspelled “Molly’s Game” and “Dances With Wolves” actor...

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    Gaza Strip: An article in the Feb. 9 Section A about the deteriorating humanitarian situation in the Gaza Strip said the number of supply trucks entering the strip from Israel had dropped to 300 a week. The correct number is 300 a day. The article also quoted the executive director of the U.S....

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    Retirement accounts: In the Feb. 18 Business section, a Money Talk column said that individual retirement accounts are protected from creditors in bankruptcy filings up to $1,283,025, even if the money was rolled over from a 401(k) or other workplace retirement plan that offers unlimited protection...

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    Facebook in Cambodia: An article in the Feb. 10 Section A about a legal dispute involving the Cambodian government and Facebook incorrectly referred to additional evidence in the case. It should have said additional information. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about...

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    ‘The Incredible Dr. Pol’: In the Feb. 18 Calendar section, an article about the Nat Geo Wild TV series “The Incredible Dr. Pol” gave the title of a previous show about a veterinarian as “All Things Bright and Beautiful” and said it was unscripted. It was “All Creatures Great and Small” and was...

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    Pitcher charged: In the Feb. 15 Sports section, a brief news item about former All-Star pitcher Esteban Loaiza facing drug charges in San Diego County Superior Court said he had entered a guilty plea. He pleaded not guilty. Florida shooting: In the Feb. 16 Section A, an article on the Florida high...

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    Korean unity: In the Feb. 15 Section A, an article about relations between North Korea and South Korea gave the distance between Panmunjom and Pyeongchang as 40 miles. It is just over 100 miles. Homeless camp: In the Jan. 22 Section A, an article about homeless people living along the Santa Ana...

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    “Hamlet”: In the Feb. 9 Calendar section, “The 99-Seat Beat” theater column misstated the location where Rafael Goldstein starred in “Hamlet” in 2012. The production was at Zombie Joe’s Underground, not at A Noise Within. Financial aid: In the Feb. 13 California section, an article about the California...

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    Montecito mudslide: In the Feb. 11 California section, a column by Steve Lopez said the Montecito mudslide occurred Jan. 11. It was Jan. 9. Korean hockey: An article in some editions of the Feb. 11 Section A said the combined Korean women’s hockey team lost to Sweden. The Koreans lost to Switzerland....

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    Child’s death: In the Jan. 28 California section, an article about the death of an infant in Altadena said that the child’s mother, Dora Yoder, had a pending bench warrant for her arrest. The warrant was dismissed and Yoder pleaded no contest Dec. 29 to petty theft, according to the Los Angeles...

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    Credit scores: In the Feb. 4 Business section, a Money Talk column about ways to improve credit scores, which included getting a credit builder loan, stated that such loans are typically offered by credit bureaus. Such loans are typically offered by credit unions. If you believe that we have made...

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    Nunes hometown: An article in the Feb. 7 California section about Rep. Devin Nunes’ hometown of Tulare identified the smelt as a fish not indigenous to the Central Valley. It is a native species found only in the Sacramento-San Joaquin delta. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have...

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    Art show: In the Feb. 7 Calendar section, an article about the Jasper Johns exhibition at the Broad museum identified Matthew Skopek as a curator; he is a painting conservator. The article also referred to the Broad Art Foundation as the Broad Foundation. If you believe that we have made an error,...

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    Porsche exhibit: In the Feb. 3 Business section, an article about a Porsche exhibit at the Petersen Automotive Museum said the show coincided with the 70th anniversary of the first 911 model cars built. It coincides with the 70th anniversary of the car company. The story also said Johnny Von Neumann’s...

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    Native American images: An article in the Jan. 31 Calendar section about an exhibition at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian said that Crazy Horse was photographed in an eagle feather headdress. It is not known whether Crazy Horse was photographed in his lifetime. If you believe...

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    Larry Nassar: In the Jan. 31 Sports section, an article about Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s ordering an investigation into the Karolyi Ranch gymnastics training center said Larry Nassar had been convicted of molesting scores of young athletes. Nassar has pleaded guilty to 10 counts of criminal sexual...

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    Pence in Israel: In the Jan. 22 Section A, an article about Vice President Mike Pence arriving in Israel during an overseas trip said that “all 12 Arab members” of the Knesset, or parliament, planned to protest his speech. The 12 belong to the same predominantly Arab party, but six other Arabs...

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    Titus Young: In the Jan. 29 Section A, an article about former NFL player Titus Young quoted a journal entry by Young as saying, “So when I make this comeback to the league, God and the rest will understand that athletes are not exempt in mental illness.” Young referred in the journal to Roger...

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    Grammys at 60: In the Jan. 26 Calendar section, an article about the 60th Grammy Awards described Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee’s “Despacito” as the first Spanish-language nominee for both record and song of the year. Ritchie Valens’ 1958 adaptation of the Mexican folk song “La Bamba,” recorded by...

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    CashCall: In the Jan. 25 Business section, an article and photo caption about a lending company penalized for violating consumer protection laws referred to the company as CashCall Mortgage. The company penalized is CashCall, a personal lender. CashCall Mortage is a separate entity with different...

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    Child rape: In the Jan. 24 Section A, an article about child rape in Pakistan misidentified a surviving rape victim as Laiba. The child’s name is Kainat. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic standards and practices, you may contact Deirdre...

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    Snapchat video sharing: In the Jan. 23 Business section, an article about a new Snapchat feature said users would be able to share links to their own videos. Links can be shared only to videos curated by Snapchat and videos made by celebrities and other public figures. Rocket start-ups: In the...

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    Essential Politics: In the Jan. 21 California section, an “Essentials” item on the Essential Politics page said Gov. Jerry Brown’s State of the State address would be Wednesday. It is Thursday. Government funding: In the Jan. 22 Section A, an article about the Women’s March in Las Vegas said Sen....

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    Congressional race: In the Jan. 14 California section, an article about the race for the 39th Congressional District said that the filing deadline for candidates is March 9. It is March 14 because the incumbent is not running. “Small Town Crime”: In the Jan. 19 Calendar section, a photo caption...

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    Movie release dates: In the Jan. 14 Calendar section, the comedy “Game Night” and the biographical drama “Young Karl Marx” were listed as having March 23 release dates. Both films are to open Feb. 23. Movie listings: In the Jan. 14 Calendar section, “Tomb Raider,” an action adventure reboot starring...

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    Perris arrests: An article in the Jan. 16 Section A about a Perris couple arrested after their 13 children were found shackled and malnourished gave parent David Turpin’s age as 57. He is 56. The error also appeared in articles in the Jan. 17 Section A and the Jan. 17 California section. If you...

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    Rams: In the Jan. 10 Sports section, a photo caption with an article about the Rams getting a new quarterbacks coach misidentified the coach pictured with quarterback Jared Goff. It was outgoing quarterbacks coach Greg Olson, not head coach Sean McVay. If you believe that we have made an error,...

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    ‘The Fosters’: The TV Highlights column in the Jan. 9 Calendar section included an item, photo and caption indicating that Benji Aflalo and Esther Povitsky were guest starring on the Freeform series “The Fosters” on Tuesday. They are not on the series. If you believe that we have made an error,...

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    West Covina: In the Jan. 8 Section A, an article about West Covina’s role in the TV show “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” said it is the hometown of the show’s main character. West Covina is the hometown of the main character’s love interest, Josh Chan. Itzhak Perlman: In the Jan. 7 Calendar section, the...

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    Lakers: In some editions of the Jan. 6 Sports section, the Lakers report said that Lonzo Ball made two of six shots after missing his first two shots. Ball made four of six shots after the first two misses. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic...

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    Top music: In the Jan. 4 Calendar section, an article about Ed Sheeran’s “÷” being the most-consumed album of 2017 said Sheeran’s single “Shape of You” spent 59 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100, described as record run. The record the single holds is 33 consecutive weeks in Billboard’s Top 10. If...

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    Airline safety: In the Jan. 3 Business section, an article about airline safety said that 2017 was the eighth year in a row in which the U.S. had no fatalities in crashes of commercial jets. It was the fourth year in a row in which no crashes by commercial jets on U.S. soil resulted in any deaths,...

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    National champions: In the Dec. 31 Sports section, an article about the Sugar Bowl stated the USC-Ohio State matchups in the 1973-75 Rose Bowls produced one national champion. USC won the title outright in 1973 but also shared the title with Oklahoma in 1975. If you believe that we have made an...

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