CORRECTIONS

CORRECTIONS

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    Immigration cases: In the Aug. 11 California section, an article about an immigration appeals court throwing out a final deportation order for Romulo Avelica-Gonzalez said there was a backlog of 115,000 immigration cases around the U.S. That is the number in California. The backlog in the U.S....

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    Nuclear weapons: In the Aug. 10 Section A, an article about the challenges of a successful nuclear strike misstated the date the U.S. dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan. It was Aug. 6, 1945, not Aug. 9. Also, the article said the first full-scale demonstration of a thermonuclear weapon...

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    Cambodian jewelers: In the Aug. 7 Section A, an article about the history behind jewelry businesses in the Cambodian American community misidentified Khatharya Um as a professor of sociology at UC Berkeley. She is a professor of ethnic studies. If you believe that we have made an error, or you...

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    Online art shopping: In the Aug. 5 Saturday section, an article about buying art online misspelled Tappan co-founder Chelsea Nassib’s last name as Nassid. Transgender girl: In the Aug. 7 California section, an article about a transgender 8-year-old whose family is suing her former school said that...

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    Fresno State lecturer: In the Aug. 6 California section, an article about a history lecturer at Cal State Fresno who was suspended from teaching in the fall after tweeting President Trump “must hang” reported that his contract expires in December. Lars Maischak’s contractual assignment ends in...

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    Gay pride parade: An article in the Aug. 5 Section A about the annual gay pride march in Jerusalem stated that a man who killed a girl at the 2015 parade was recently released on parole. The assailant is still in prison, serving a life sentence. If you believe that we have made an error, or you...

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    Broad Green Pictures: In the Aug. 3 Business section, an article about indie film company Broad Green Pictures making cutbacks after a string of box-office disappointments said the company was founded in 1994. It was 2014. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The...

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    Covered California: In the Aug. 2 Business section, an article about a rate increase for California’s Affordable Care Act health plans said that if federal payments to health insurance companies are stopped, people who buy silver-tier plans would have to pay an extra surcharge of 12.4%. If those...

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    Hezbollah: In the Aug. 1 Section A, an article about the Shiite Muslim political party Hezbollah misidentified a Hezbollah-aligned analyst as Mohammad Nabulsi. His name is Sadeq Nabulsi. Netflix: In the July 30 Business section, an article about Netflix’s growing debt referred to $15.7 billion...

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    Firefighter sentencing: In the July 28 Section A, an article about Los Angeles firefighter Eric Carpenter’s sentencing in an assault case said Carpenter had been offered an earlier deal that would have allowed him to plead guilty to a felony that could be reduced to a misdemeanor upon completion...

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    Barbara Sinatra: In the July 26 California section, the obituary of Barbara Sinatra, philanthropist and fourth wife of singer Frank Sinatra, said Frank Sinatra had two children with earlier wife Nancy. The couple had three children: Nancy, Frank Jr. and Tina. Soccer: In the July 27 Sports section,...

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    Projection mapping: In the July 25 Business section, an article about projection mapping prominently featured a quote that was incorrectly attributed to Kate Johnson. The pull-out quote should have been attributed to Lightform Chief Executive Brett Jones, as it was in the body of the article. Russian...

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    Angels Report: In the July 22 Sports section, the headline on an article about hopes that Angels pitcher Garrett Richards will return this season incorrectly referred to Richards as Williams. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic standards...

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    Chagall designs: An article in the July 23 Arts & Books section about painter Marc Chagall’s set designs as the subject of a LACMA exhibition said the show is a collaboration between LACMA and the Montreal Museum of Art. The show was adapted from the presentation at Montreal Museum of Fine Arts...

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    John McCain: In the July 21 Section A, an article about Sen. John McCain’s bipartisan appeal referred to congressional scholar Norman Ornstein as being with the Brookings Institution. He is with the American Enterprise Institute in Washington. LAPD officer: In some copies of the July 22 Section...

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    Chris Cornell: In the July 21 Calendar section, a news brief about the family of Chris Cornell establishing a children’s music therapy program said the announcement Thursday came on what would have been the late Soundgarden singer’s 43rd birthday. It would have been his 53rd birthday. If you believe...

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    ‘Sondheim on Sondheim’: In an article in the July 20 Calendar section about Sunday’s upcoming “Sondheim on Sondheim” production at the Hollywood Bowl, the last name of singer and actress Solea Pfeiffer was misspelled as Pfeiffe. Marvel land: In an article in the July 19 Business section about Walt...

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    George Romero: In the July 17 Section A, the obituary of horror-film director George A. Romero said his son Cam was from Romero’s earlier marriage to Christine Romero. Cam, whose full name is George Cameron, is from Romero’s first marriage, to Nancy Romero. Daughter Tina and son Andrew are from...

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    Maria Sharapova: In the July 17 Sports section, a column about Maria Sharapova’s return to tennis after a drug suspension referred to Roger Federer and Garbiñe Muguruza dancing at the Wimbledon champions’ ball. The two attended but did not dance. If you believe that we have made an error, or you...

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    Giant rockets: In the July 16 Business section, the graphic with an article about a new generation of heavy-lift rockets misspelled the name of the Arianespace Ariane 5 as the Airianespace Airiane 5. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic...

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    Washington shooting: An article in Section A on July 16 about a fatal police shooting in Washington state incorrectly referred to the caliber of bullet fired as .380. It was .308. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic standards and practices,...

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    Cholera in Yemen: In the July 13 Section A, an article about the outbreak of cholera in Yemen quoted Iolanda Jaquemet, a spokeswoman for the Near East and Middle East regions at the International Committee of the Red Cross, as saying that there are “hundreds of millions of kids who are severely...

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    Emmy predictions: In the July 12 Calendar section, an article predicting the Emmy nominees said that “Game of Thrones” had won the drama series Emmy three times. The HBO series has won that top award twice. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic...

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    Federal Reserve: In the July 10 Section A, an article about the Federal Reserve's assets said the Fed had about $900 million in assets in late August 2008. The figure was about $900 billion. Box office: In the July 10 Calendar section, the box office chart listed the total gross for the film “The...

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    Dream Hotel: An article in the July 8 Business section about the Dream Hotel in Hollywood stated that the hotel was conceived in a modernist style reminiscent of architect Richard Neutra by Killefer Flammang Architects. It was the hotel interiors that were designed in that style by Rockwell Group....

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    CeCe Winans: In the July 9 Arts & Books section, an article about singer CeCe Winans misspelled the last name of Tammy Faye Bakker as Baker. ‘Grim Sleeper’ review: In the July 9 Arts & Books section, a review of the book “The Grim Sleeper: The Lost Women of South Central” said that an exhibition...

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    Midnight Stroll: In the July 3 California section, an article about an effort by LGBTQ activists to reach out to those on the streets of Hollywood referred to St. John’s Health Center in Santa Monica. It should have said St. John’s Well Child and Family Center, which has clinics in South and Central...

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    ‘I Called Him Morgan’: In the July 3 Calendar section, an article about the year’s best films said “I Called Him Morgan” was about jazz trumpeter Frank Morgan. It is about jazz trumpeter Lee Morgan; Frank Morgan was a saxophonist. ‘The Lion in Winter’: In the June 30 Calendar section, a caption...

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    ‘Dawson City’ score: In the July 3 Calendar section, an article about the year’s best films said Sigur Ros composed the score for “Dawson City: Frozen Time.” The documentary’s score is by Alex Somers. ‘POV’: An item in the July 3 TV highlights in the Calendar section listed the title of a documentary...

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    Olivia de Havilland: An article in the July 1 Calendar section about actress Olivia de Havilland turning 101 said that she won an Emmy Award for her role in “Anastasia: The Mystery of Anna.” She was nominated for an Emmy but did not win. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions...

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    Gravity: In the Calendar section elsewhere in this edition, an article on Alejandro Inarritu's virtual reality installation at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art falsely attached the director to the film “Gravity.” That movie was directed by Alfonso Cuaron. The article also stated that a piece...

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    State budget: An article in the June 28 California section analyzing California's budget said the state operates 22 prisons. It operates 35. Murder trial: In the June 16 California section, an article about the murder trial of John Creech said Gavin Smith was killed in Hidden Hills. The killing...

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    Mart fire: In the June 28 California section, the caption with a photo of a plane dropping fire retardant on a brush fire near Highland identified the aircraft as a DC-10. It is a BAe-146. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic standards and...

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    Roger Waters: An article in the June 22 Calendar section about Roger Waters’ new album said Waters supports Palestinians’ rights but incorrectly referred to tensions between Israel and Palestine. It should have said tensions between the Israeli government and the Palestinians. If you believe that...

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    Grizzly bears: An article in the June 24 Section A about grizzly bears in Yellowstone National Park said grizzlies had not been observed in California since the 1990s. The decade was the 1920s. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic standards...

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    ‘Singin’ in the Rain’: In the June 15 Envelope section, an article about “Lip Sync Battle” said actor Tom Holland performed to Bing Crosby’s version of “Singin’ in the Rain.” He performed to Eddy Howard’s version. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’...

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    Rep. Barbara Lee: In the June 18 California section, a caption with a stand-alone photo on the Essential Politics page said Rep. Barbara Lee was waving a Golden State Warriors flag on the steps of the Capitol in Sacramento. She was on the steps of the U.S. Capitol in Washington. If you believe...

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    Jupiter photo: In the June 16 California section, the caption for a photo that accompanied an article about new findings regarding the age of the planet Jupiter said the photo was taken by the Hubble telescope. The photo was taken by the Juno spacecraft. If you believe that we have made an error,...

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    Airline complaints: In the June 15 Business section, a photo caption with an article about an increase in airline complaints misidentified two American Airlines planes as being from United Airlines. Birding festival: In the June 11 special Travel section on road trips, a listing for the Southwest...

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    Death investigation: An article in the June 12 Section A about a police investigation into the death of an 8-year-old boy who was taken off life support at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center omitted the date of his death. It was Aug. 4, 2013, four days after he was injured. Alex Jones interview:...

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    Getty statuette: In the June 14 Calendar section, a Quick Takes brief about the Getty Museum returning an ancient statuette of Zeus to the Italian government misstated the year curator Marion True resigned and the year that the museum announced it would return dozens of disputed objects to Italy....

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    Stanley Weston: In the May 11 California section, the obituary of licensing agent Stanley Weston referred to him as the person who conceived of G.I. Joe, the action figure doll. Toy inventor Lawrence Reiner, who died in 2001, also played a role in its creation and, like Weston, was compensated...

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    Missile test: In the June 12 Section A, an article about a Minuteman III test missile launch reported that the missile’s reentry vehicle landed in the Kwajalein Atoll lagoon. It landed outside the lagoon, northeast of the island of Roi-Namur. Wal-Mart revenue: In the June 9 Business section, an...

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    Jerry Brown in China: In the June 9 California section, an article about Gov. Jerry Brown’s trip to China to discuss climate change misquoted Brown as saying, “When we have a world where the president of the most powerful country is not just a hoax but a Chinese hoax, we’re in big trouble.” Brown...

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    Mall makeover: In the June 8 Business section, an article about the Bloc mall in downtown Los Angeles said that a Starbucks Craft Bar would be opening and might sell beer and wine. In fact, the business is called a Starbucks cafe or store and will not serve beer or wine. If you believe that we...

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    Hollywood murder: In the June 6 California section, an article about the sentencing of Ezeoma Chigozie Obioha quoted his sister Nkechi Howell as saying during the court hearing, “You’ve convicted an innocent man.” Howell actually said, “Judge, you're sending an innocent man to prison.” If you believe...

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    Churchill speech: In the June 2 Calendar section, a review of the film “Churchill” referred to Winston Churchill’s “We shall fight on the beaches” speech as “We shall fight them on the beaches,” and misstated its date as June 4, 1944. Churchill delivered the speech June 4, 1940. Friendly fire:...

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    io9 writer: In the June 5 Calendar section, a commentary about viewing the film “Wonder Woman” misspelled io9 writer Katharine Trendacosta’s first name as Katherine. 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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    China energy: In the June 1 Section A, an article about Chinese coal technology incorrectly identified Frank Umbach as associate director of the European Center for Energy and Resource Security. He formerly held that title, but is now research director at the center. Compton election: A June 4 ...

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    Mexico City culture: In the June 4 Arts & Books section, an article about Mexico City’s cultural scene said that artist Regina José Galindo’s performance on a garbage truck took her around the capital for 15 minutes. She was in transit for about half an hour. Movie theaters: In the June 4 Calendar...

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    Metro Rail: In the June 2 California section, an article about construction of the Regional Connector Transit Project said the tunnel connecting Metro’s Blue, Expo and Gold lines would save passengers from “money-sucking” transfers. Transfers are free systemwide for the first two hours of travel....

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    Berggruen Institute: In the May 13 Calendar section, an article about the Berggruen Institute’s purchase of a 1924 building in MacArthur Park for a satellite location listed Preston Wright as the building’s architect. It was designed by the firm Morgan, Walls & Clements. If you believe that we...

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    NASA funding: In the May 24 California section, an article about NASA funding attributed a reference to a “hobbled” Hubble Space Telescope to NASA Acting Administrator Robert Lightfoot. The Hubble observatory is in good health, and the reference should not have been attributed to Lightfoot. If...

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    Streaming TV: In the May 21 Business section, a chart with an article about streaming TV services said that DirecTV does not offer original content. It does feature original scripted programming. Chris Cornell: In the May 20 Calendar section, an article about the death of Soundgarden singer Chris...

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    Skid row council: In the May 21 California section, an article about an unsuccessful bid to create a skid row neighborhood council referred to resident Tom Grode as one of the effort’s organizers. He was an original supporter of the effort but is not on the formation committee, which is the official...

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    Danny McBride: In the May 19 Calendar section, a photo with an article about actor Danny McBride that featured him in the movie “Pineapple Express” was misidentified as being from the movie “This Is the End.” If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic...

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    School board election: In the May 19 Section A, an article about the potential effects of Tuesday’s L.A. school board elections on the future of the teachers union said incumbent Steve Zimmer finished first among those who cast ballots on election day but lost the mail-in tally. He lost both counts,...

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    Chris Cornell: In the May 19 California section, the obituary of rock singer Chris Cornell misidentified the song with which Soundgarden had planned to close its set Wednesday in Detroit as “Behind the Wheel.” The song is “Beyond the Wheel.” Filipino cuisine: In the Saturday section elsewhere in...

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    Fox News host: In the May 17 Business section, an article about speculation that Fox News host Kimberly Guilfoyle might join the Trump White House said Gavin Newsom was a former California lieutenant governor. He remains in that position. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions...

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    South Coast Plaza: In the May 14 Image section, an article about the 50th anniversary of South Coast Plaza said that Yves Saint Laurent Rive Gauche opened its first Southern California boutique at the center in 1982; it was the first in Orange County. If you believe that we have made an error,...

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    West Hills: An article in the May 13 edition of Hot Property said that New Community Jewish High School is a private high school in West Hills. The school has changed its name to De Toledo High School. Ballet: In the May 14 Arts & Books section, an article about the Scottish Ballet’s production...

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    Yoga mat: In the May 13 Saturday section, a headline on an article about gifts for active mothers suggested sales of Manduka’s eKO mats support cancer research. It is Manduka’s project:OM collection that generates donations to the breast cancer charity Susan G. Komen. Twin Falls: In the May 15...

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    Voting Rights Act: In the May 14 California section, a California Journal column about voting rights misspelled Caltech history professor Morgan Kousser's last name as Kausser. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic standards and practices,...

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    West Hollywood lawsuit: In the May 6 California section, an article about the opening of the trial in a wrongful-termination case against the city of West Hollywood referred to Mark Quigley as a defense attorney. He is an attorney for plaintiff Michelle Rex. If you believe that we have made an...

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    Consumer Confidential: In the April 21 Business section, a column about a customer's dispute with a dating service advised consumers to watch for provisions in contracts that limit the ability to resolve disputes, such as language that prevents suing or joining class-action lawsuits. The company...

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    Lamborghini review: In the May 6 Business section, a photo with an auto review of the 2017 Lamborghini Huracan Spyder showed the Huracan Coupe. “Risk” review: In the May 5 Calendar section, a review of the documentary “Risk,” which profiles WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, said that director Laura...

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    Charles Lindbergh: In the May 8 California section, an article about newly found photos of Charles Lindbergh referred to him making the first nonstop airplane flight across the Atlantic Ocean. His was the first nonstop solo flight. “Guardians” actress: In the May 8 Calendar section, a photo referring...

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    Writer’s Guild: In the May 3 Section A, an article about the Writers Guild of America’s contract with the major studios said the tentative agreement includes job protection for paternity leave. It includes job protection for parental leave. “Chuck” review: In the May 5 Calendar section, a photo...

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    Seattle tunnel: In the May 1 Section A, an article about tunnel boring for an underground roadway in Seattle said the project was $400 million over budget. The figure is $60 million; the contractor is seeking more than $400 million for repair of the boring machine. Also, the project was approved...

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    Tax rates: In the May 1 Section A, an article about business investment and President Trump’s tax plan misstated the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s position on tax rates. The chamber wants to see a corporate tax rate of 15% to 20% and a rate of 25% or less for so-called pass-through businesses. If...

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    Mexican dogs: An article and a photo caption in the April 28 Section A about the Xoloitzcuintle, a breed of hairless dogs in Mexico, said the animals were bred by the Aztecs. The breed was developed by Mexico’s early indigenous peoples more than 3,000 years ago. If you believe that we have made...

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    ‘Grey Lady’ actress: In the April 28 Calendar section, a photo caption accompanying a review of the new mystery-thriller movie “Grey Lady” identified the actress as Natalie Zea. She is Rebecca Gayheart. Side Chick restaurant review: In the April 29 Saturday section, a review of Side Chick restaurant...

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    NHL: In the April 27 Sports section, a column about the Anaheim Ducks-Edmonton Oilers playoff series referred to Oilers player Taylor Hall as Ryan Hall. 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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    ‘The Promise’: In the April 25 Calendar section, an article about the film “The Promise” suggested that the 1915 Armenian genocide was something that most historians believe occurred. The genocide is a historical fact. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’...

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    Air traffic control: In the April 15 Business section, the graphic with an article about a proposal to privatize the nation's air traffic control system showed the United Kingdom's airspace as 11 million square miles. The correct number is 1.2 million square miles. Disabled parking: In the April...

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    Russia inquiry: In the April 23 Section A, an article about the FBI inquiry into Russian meddling in last year’s election said U.S. Atty. Rod J. Rosenstein took over an anti-crime program in Baltimore called Project Exile from his predecessor. The project began in 2006, the year after Rosenstein...

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    Berkeley protest: An article in the April 16 California section about a clash between supporters of President Trump and counter-protesters at UC Berkeley quoted Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes as saying, “I don’t mind hitting” counter-protesters. Rhodes said he was referring not to anti-fascist...

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    Iran-U.S. ties: In the April 21 Section A, an article about Iran and the U.S. included Hamas among Shiite Muslim militant groups. Hamas is led by Sunni Muslims. Fit Society classes: In the Saturday section elsewhere in this edition, a list of health happenings says Yoga After Dark and Poundfit...

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    British election: In the April 19 Section A, an article about the upcoming general election in Britain referred to Glasgow as Scotland’s capital. Edinburgh is the capital. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic standards and practices, you...

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    Air traffic control: In the April 15 Business section, an article about the Trump administration’s proposal to privatize the U.S. air traffic control system identified Ron Singer as a spokeswoman for Nav Canada, which operates Canada’s air traffic control system. Singer is male. Porsche 911 Targa...

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    Nirav Tolia: In the April 16 Business section, an interview with Nirav Tolia said that Tolia’s parents arrived in the U.S. with less than $100 in their pockets and that he played high school football. His parents came with a few hundred dollars, and he played tennis in high school. If you believe...

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    Corriganville Park: In the April 15 Saturday section, an article about walking at Corriganville Park in Simi Valley included directions that said to exit from the 188 Freeway. It is the 118 Freeway. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic standards...

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    ‘Norman’ review: In the April 14 Calendar section, an information box with a review of the film “Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer” said the movie is not rated. It is rated R, for language. ‘MST3K’ review: In the April 14 Calendar section, a review of the television...

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    Charter school study: In the April 11 California section, an article about a study of charter schools referred to a group that conducted earlier, related research with the American Civil Liberties Union as Public Counsel. It is Public Advocates. If you believe that we have made an error, or you...

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    Pulitzer Prizes: In the April 11 Section A, an article about the Pulitzer Prizes for 2017 omitted two winners. The Chicago Tribune was awarded the prize in feature photography for E. Jason Wambsgans’ images of a 10-year-old boy who survived a shooting in Chicago, and Eric Eyre of the Charleston...

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    Shaquille O'Neal: In the March 25 Sports section, an article about the unveiling of Shaquille O'Neal's statue outside Staples Center said O'Neal's was the seventh outside the arena. It is the eighth; Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's statue was omitted from the list. If you believe that we have made an error,...

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    Oil drilling cleanup: An article in the April 9 California section on plans for a Los Angeles oil drilling site stated that soil remediation can cost $10 to $25 per square foot, according to a state agency. The correct figure is $10 to $20 a cubic foot. If you believe that we have made an error,...

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    Don Rickles: In the April 7 Calendar section, an article about comedian Don Rickles, who died Thursday, quoted Shakespeare’s King Lear as saying, “Though shouldst not have been old till thou hadst been wise.” The first word of the quote should be “Thou.” If you believe that we have made an error,...

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    ‘Powerless’: In the April 6 Calendar section, a photo caption accompanying an article about a day in the life on the set of NBC’s new superhero sitcom “Powerless” said that actor Alan Tudyk was strumming a banjo. It was a ukelele. In a separate photo caption with the same article, character Van...

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    Energy storage: An article in the March 25 Business section about a forum examining clean-energy challenges incorrectly identified battery company Sonnen Inc. as Sonnen Batterie, which is the name of a Sonnen Inc. product. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The...

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    Chargers: In the April 4 Sports section, an article about the Chargers’ opening off-season practice in San Diego said that the team had won nine games and lost 27 over the last two seasons. The Chargers lost 23 games. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’...

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    Dodgers: In the Baseball Preview section elsewhere in this edition, an article about the Dodgers' clubhouse culture reported that outfielder Andrew Toles did not dress up as a cheerleader with the rest of the team's rookies last season. He did. The error was caught after the section went to press....

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    Muhammad Ali: A Quick Takes brief in the March 30 Calendar section about a new documentary on boxer Muhammad Ali said that Ali died in June 2004. He died in June 2016. 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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    South Korea election: In the March 19 Section A, an article about South Korea’s upcoming election quoted Lee Ji-soo, a spokesman for South Korean presidential candidate Moon Jae-in, as calling North Korea a “partner” of South Korea. Lee, a native Korean speaker who was being interviewed in English,...

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    ‘Ask Amy’: In the March 25 Calendar section’s “Ask Amy” column, one of the responses to a reader question was not published. To see the question and full answer, go to http://trib.in/2na6j3K. “Power Rangers”: In a photo caption accompanying the “Power Rangers” movie review in the March 24 Calendar...

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    Don Cheadle: In the Calendar section elsewhere in this edition, an article about black films' overseas box office performances misspells actor Don Cheadle's last name as Cheedle. The error was discovered after the section went to press. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions...

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    Queen Mary: In the March 22 Business section, an article about a planned $250-million entertainment complex next to the Queen Mary said that developer Urban Commons has a 56-year lease to operate the ship. The lease with the city of Long Beach is 66 years. Marion “Suge” Knight: In the March 24...

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    “Suntan” opening: In the March 17 Calendar section, a review of the Greek film “Suntan” gave the impression that the movie opened March 17. The film opens March 24 in West L.A. and Pasadena. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic standards...

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    Canyon dams: In the March 22 California section, an article about some Orange County residents protesting the planned removal of several vintage dams referred to Silverado Canyon as Santiago Canyon and Silverado Creek as Santiago Creek. Puzder resignation: In the March 22 Business section, an articl...

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    Big Sur: In the March 19 California section, a column about Big Sur's economic struggles after being cut off to the north and south by winter storms misspelled the last name of cousins Carissa and Heather Chappellet as Chappelet. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions...

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