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    Cleveland police: In the July 21 Section A, the caption for a photo with an article about protests at the Republican National Convention misidentified a law enforcement official as Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams. The official pictured was Deputy Police Chief Dornat Drummond. Ethics penalty:...

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    Comic-Con International: In the July 20 Calendar section, an article about Comic-Con International misspelled the last name of “Suicide Squad” director David Ayer as Ayers. Disney studio: In the July 21 California section, an article about efforts to save a Los Feliz home where Walt Disney founded...

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    Baca sentencing: In the July 18 Section A, an article about the upcoming sentencing of retired Sheriff Lee Baca said in one instance that Baca had ceded day-to-day operations of the Sheriff’s Department to Merrick Bobb as well as to Undersheriff Paul Tanaka. As the article indicated elsewhere,...

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    Jennie Abrahamson: In the July 19 Calendar section, a review of Peter Gabriel and Sting’s concert at the Hollywood Bowl misspelled backing vocalist Jennie Abrahamson’s first name as Jenny. Kit Harington: In the July 15 Calendar section, a photo caption with an article about the Emmy nominations...

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    Child-care workers: In the July 12 Business section, an article about child-care workers living in poverty misspelled the last name of the director of UC Berkeley's Center for the Study of Child Care Employment. She is Marcy Whitebook, not Whitebrook. CHP ambush: In the July 11 California section,...

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    Investing Quarterly illustration: In the July 10 Business section, the artist’s credit for the illustration with the Investing Quarterly feature was omitted. The illustrator was Michael Glenwood.  If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic standards...

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    Gaza Strip healthcare: An article in the July 13 Section A about Gaza Strip residents receiving medical treatment in Turkey said that about 3,000 patients from the area with life-threatening illnesses apply each month to get treatment at Israeli hospitals, according to the World Health Organization....

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    Spain tour: In the July 10 Travel section, a Tours & Cruises listing for Zicasso’s “Game of Thrones”-themed “Season 6 Tour of Spain” said filming sites on the tour include where the character Cersei Lannister made her walk of atonement. The walk was filmed in Croatia.

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    Grizzly bear study: In the July 12 California section, an article about calls to reintroduce grizzly bears into California said that the Center for Biological Diversity had filed a petition with the California Fish and Game Commission to conduct a feasibility study on grizzly reintroduction. The...

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    Women’s gymnastics: In the July 8 Sports section, an article previewing the U.S. Olympic gymnastics trials said gymnast Simone Biles had met with a Houston-based sports psychologist. Robert Andrews is a sports psychology consultant. Northern Ireland: In the July 11 Section A, a photo caption with...

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    Brian Wilson: In the July 9 Calendar section, an article about Brian Wilson said the studio where “Pet Sounds” was recorded was on Hollywood Boulevard. It is on Sunset Boulevard. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic standards and practices,...

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      “Look: Poems” review: In the July 10 Arts & Books section, a review of Solmaz Sharif’s “Look: Poems” says the poet was raised in Turkey. She was born in Turkey but raised in the U.S. The error was discovered after the section had been printed. If you believe that we have made an error, or you...

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    Oakland sex trafficking: In the July 7 Section A, an article about the Oakland Police Department's sex scandal and sex trafficking in the city said that an investigator with the Alameda County district attorney's office had been accused of sexual misconduct involving the young woman at the center...

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    Bluefin tuna: In the July 6 California section, the headline with an article about a petition to list bluefin tuna as an endangered species gave the tuna's name as bluefish. Vitaly Mansky: In the July 6 Calendar section, an article about film director Vitaly Mansky and his documentary "Under the...

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      “Tickled”: In the June 29 Calendar section, an article about controversy over the documentary “Tickled” misattributed a comment made during an audience Q&A with a co-director of the film. It was David D’Amato, not Kevin Clarke, who told co-director Dylan Reeve, “As we say in New York, Los Angeles...

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      Bosnian Muslims: In the July 4 California section, an article about blond-haired Bosnian Muslims was accompanied by a photo of a woman with her daughter and two nieces at an iftar celebration in Irvine. The family is Bosnian but is not Muslim.  Elie Wiesel obituary: In some copies of the July...

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      Blood tests: In the June 19 Section A, the headline with an article about companies promoting new blood tests to the public said the tests are being sold directly to consumers. Some of the companies, including Pathway Genomics, require consumers to get approval from physicians before ordering...

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      Baca sentencing: In the June 21 California section, an article about the upcoming sentencing of former L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca said that defiant comments by him were made during an acceptance speech at a reception where he was given an award. Baca made those comments, which were summarized...

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    Helen Chavez obituary: In the June 7 California section, the obituary of Helen Chavez, widow of labor leader Cesar Chavez, said that in 1978, when the couple were arrested in Yuma, Ariz., over picketing a cantaloupe field, the Teamsters were representing workers at the site. The Teamsters were...

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    Pat Summitt obituary: In the June 29 California section, the obituary of college basketball coach Pat Summitt referred to her book "Reach for the Summitt" as an autobiography. It is a motivational book. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic...

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    Roski school: In the June 28 Calendar section, an article about USC’s Roski School of Art and Design facing an uncertain future referred to Barbara Drucker as the head of the arts program at UCLA. Hirsch Perlman holds that position; Drucker is a faculty member. Legal advice: In the June 26 Business...

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    Hammer Museum biennial: In the June 23 Calendar section, a review of the Hammer Museum’s biennial said that artist Daniel R. Small excavated items from the movie set for Cecil B. DeMille’s “The Ten Commandments” and incorporated them into an installation. The excavated items in his “Excavation...

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      ‘Misconception’: In the June 24 Calendar section, a review of the documentary “Misconception” misspelled statistician Hans Rosling's last name as Roling. ‘Les Cowboys’: In the June 24 Calendar section, a review of the film “Les Cowboys” said the movie was unrated. It is rated R, for a brief violent...

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    SolarCity: In the June 22 Business section, an article about Tesla's proposed bid for SolarCity said that the solar company's stock had plummeted about 35% in the last year. It is down 63% from a year ago. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic...

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      Wikipedia: In the June 21 Business section, an article about college professors using Wikipedia as a teaching tool said that the program was run by the Wikipedia Education Foundation. The organization is the Wiki Education Foundation.  Netmarble: In the June 21 Business section, an article about...

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    Yosemite: A California section article on June 19 quoted President Obama as saying climate change could threaten monuments such as the Statue of Liberty on Ellis Island. The president referred to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Brexit vote: In the June 19 Business section, an item in The...

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    Olympic auditorium: A photo caption in an article about L.A.'s Olympic Auditorium in the Sunday Calendar section of this edition misspelled the name of documentary filmmaker Steve DeBro as DuBro. The error was caught after the section went to press. Prefab homes: An article in Saturday's Hot Property...

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    Leonard Hill: In the June 10 California section, the obituary of producer and developer Leonard Hill said that along with partner Yuval Bar-Zemer, he co-founded Linear City Development, which has developed four major residential projects. It was an earlier partnership, Linear City LLC, with a third...

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    FCC chairman: An article in the June 15 Business section about Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler and the cable TV misidentified the president of the American Cable Assn. as Michael Polka. His name is Matthew Polka.   If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions...

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    Home theater: An article in the June 12 Calendar section about new home theater releases misstated when “Clown” will be available. It will be released Friday; it was not released Tuesday. National parks book: In the June 12 Arts & Books section, an article about author Terry Tempest Williams and...

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    TV review: In the June 13 Calendar section, a review of the TV series “BrainDead” said Ronald Reagan has not been president since January 1988. He was president until January 1989. Aid in dying: In the June 9 California section, a chart listing facts about Oregon’s aid-in-dying law gave “46” as...

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    National parks book: In the Arts & Books section elsewhere in this edition, an article about author Terry Tempest Williams and her new book, “The Hour of Land,” says that with a total of 58 national parks in the U.S., “there is at least one in every state.” It should say: There are a total of 58...

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    Data breach: A June 10 Business section article about hacked Twitter and LinkedIn accounts misidentified Rapid7 researcher Rebekah Brown as Rebekah 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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    Moving specialists: An article in the June 4 Hot Property section about moving specialists who cater to the rich and famous misspelled Laura Carrillo’s last name as Carillo. It also said a feng shui expert may advise putting a water feature in the center of the home to attract career success. It...

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    NBA Finals: In the June 6 Sports section, an article about Game 2 of the NBA Finals referred to Golden State Warriors’ Draymond Green as the NBA defensive player of the year. Green was the runner-up for the honor, which went to San Antonio Spurs’ Kawhi Leonard. Academy diversity: An article in...

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    Director’s name: In the June 5 Arts & Books section, a theater openings listing for “Hamlet” gave director Jeremy Aluma’s first name as Jerry. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times’ journalistic standards and practices, you may contact Deirdre Edgar, readers’...

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    Primary poll: An article in the June 3 Section A gave the wrong number for the percentage of likely Democratic primary voters who said they opposed Sen. Bernie Sanders because they believe his proposals were unrealistic. The correct share was 35%, not 27%. “Kaili Blues”: An article about “Kaili...

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      South Korea: In the May 31 Section A, an article about the South Korean city of Songdo failed to make it clear that the 1,500-acre area that was the focus of the article was the Songdo International Business District, a private development, and not Greater Songdo, the name for the city that the...

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    Grilling tools: In the May 28 Saturday section, an article about grill accessories omitted the first name and job title of Wilson Hawkins, the general manager of outdoor products for DCS in Costa Mesa. Also, the article indicated that a Napoleon Grills shish kebab wheel and rotisserie include an...

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      Inglewood lawsuit: In the May 26 California section, an article about a whistle-blower lawsuit against Inglewood over its bid to lure the NFL said that the city was already in the process of transforming the old Hollywood Park racetrack. It was Stockbridge Capital Group that was redeveloping...

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      La Cañada teachers: In the May 27 California section, an article about La Cañada Unified School District reaching a tentative deal with its teachers union said that the highest earnable base salary would rise to $112,309. That figure is for school psychologists; for teachers, it would rise to...

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    Pot growers: In the May 27 Section A, an article about marijuana growers’ concerns about encroachment by the alcohol industry said that River Wellness and the California Growers Assn. were the only employers of lobbyist Jason Bryant. They were the two highest-paying of nine employers. If you believe...

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    NFL: In the May 22 Sports section, a column about Los Angeles’ chances of hosting an upcoming Super Bowl was accompanied by an incorrect photo. The photo identified as being from the 1993 Super Bowl at the Rose Bowl was actually from the 1994 Super Bowl at the Georgia Dome. Also, the photo caption...

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    Mudcrutch: In the May 15 Arts & Books section, an article about Tom Petty and Mudcrutch said that the band's fundraiser shows at Cal State Northridge on May 23 and 24 would benefit university radio station KCSN-FM (88.5). The shows will benefit the Midnight Mission. Additionally, band member Tom...

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    Ariana Grande: In the May 19 Calendar section, a review of Ariana Grande’s new album, “Dangerous Woman,” referred to Scooter Braun as the singer’s manager. Braun no longer manages Grande’s career. “The Hairy Ape”: In the May 18 Calendar section, a review of “The Hairy Ape” at the Odyssey Theatre...

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    Gap troubles: In the May 18 Business section, an article about Gap Inc. said that the company was looking to grow Banana Republic and Old Navy outside of North America. The company said it was evaluating those brands primarily outside of North America to “sharpen its focus on geographies with the...

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      “The Trust”: In the May 13 Calendar section, a review of the film “The Trust” misidentified one of the directors, Alex Brewer, as a co-writer. Benjamin Brewer co-wrote the screenplay with Adam Hirsch. “Angry Birds”: In the May 17 Business section, an article about the “Angry Birds” movie said...

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    "All the Way" writer: In the May 15 Calendar section, an article about the HBO movie "All the Way" identified the film's writer as Bill Schenkkan. His name is Robert Schenkkan. Mudcrutch: In the May 15 Arts & Books section, an article about Tom Petty and Mudcrutch said that the band's fundraiser...

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    Posthumous diploma: In the May 12 California section, the caption with a photo of the parents of San Bernardino shooting victim Aurora Godoy accepting a posthumous degree for their daughter misidentified the person making the presentation. It was Francisco Rodriguez, chancellor of the Los Angeles...

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    Coal politics: In the May 11 Section A, an article about Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton clashing over coal and climate change misspelled the last name of the co-owner of a West Virginia diner. She is Betty Dolin, not Dolan. West Point cadets: In the May 11 Section A, an article about West Point...

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    Broad event: In the May 10 Calendar section, an article about the museum event series "Nonobject(ive): Summer Happenings at the Broad" said Rostam Batmanglij,Jlin and Sparkle Division would perform on Aug. 24. They are scheduled to perform Aug. 20. Voter registration: In the May 9 California section,...

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    InfoSpan lawsuit: In the May 8 Business section, an article about a trade-secrets lawsuit stated that a judge found "striking similarities" between InfoSpan's SpanCash and Emirates NBD's MeMobile digital-cash product. In fact, the judge cited the "allegedly striking similarities" and other evidence...

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    Banning Ranch: In the May 8 Business section, a Week Ahead listing said that the California Coastal Commission will meet Thursday in Newport Beach to decide the fate of the Newport Banning Ranch project. The meeting has been postponed, and no new date has been set. Boston Red Sox: In the May 5 Sports...

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    Theater review: In the May 3 Calendar section, a review of "My Mañana Comes" at the Fountain Theatre mischaracterized the production as a world premiere. The Fountain is presenting the Los Angeles premiere of the play.

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    Little Tokyo newspaper: In the April 30 Section A, an article about the struggles of the Rafu Shimpo newspaper said that George "Horse" Yoshinaga died this year. He died in 2015. Trans-Siberian Railway: In the May 1 Travel section, an article about the Trans-Siberian Railway was accompanied by two...

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    USC classics course: In the April 19 California section, a story about a USC classics course taught by the school's president, C.L. Max Nikias, mistakenly summarized the plot of "Antigone" as the story of a princess who disobeyed her father. She disobeyed her uncle. Galleries roundup: In the April...

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    U.S.-Saudi relations: In the April 22 Section A, an article about strained U.S.-Saudi relations referred to the potential declassification of 28 pages of the 9/11 Commission Report. The pages are from a 2002 congressional report.

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    Trump wall: In the April 27 California section, a column about discussions at Loyola Marymount University about illegal immigration said that student Diana Delgado was eligible to attend college because of the Dream Act. She was eligible because of a federal program called Deferred Action for Childhood...

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    Donald Trump resolution: In the April 27 California section, an article about Anaheim officials considering an anti-Donald Trump resolution referred to West Hollywood City Councilwoman Lindsey Horvath as the city's mayor. Horvath recently completed a rotating, one-year term as mayor. Real estate:...

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    Coastal Commission: In the April 24 Section A, a photo caption with an article about a lobbyist's influence with the California Coastal Commission misidentified Dan Carl as a commissioner. He is deputy director of the commission's north central coast district.

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    Wildlife corridor: In the April 23 California section, an article about a proposed wildlife corridor in the Santa Monica Mountains was accompanied by a photo caption that misidentified Seth Riley of the National Parks Service as Sean Riley. The caption also described the location near Malibu Creek...

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    Todd Solondz: In the Underrated/Overrated column in the April 24 Calendar section, the last name of movie director Todd Solondz was misspelled as Solandz.

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    Global drug summit: In the April 19 Section A, an article about a global drug summit quoted Yuri Fedotov, executive director of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, as saying the office was changing course in the war on drugs and was examining decriminalizing drug use, among other innovations....

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    GOP nomination: In the April 21 Section A, an article about the fight for the Republican presidential nomination said there were 91 delegates at stake in Nebraska and Montana combined. There are 63 delegates in those states combined. "Hostile" juries: In the April 20 Business section, an article...

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    "black-ish": In the April 17 Calendar section, an article about actress Yara Shahidi of ABC's "black-ish" gave her character Zoey's last name as Anderson. The character's last name is Johnson. Hot Property: The Home of the Week in the April 16 Hot Property section incorrectly said the ZIP code of...

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    Berkeley provost: In the April 16 California section, an article about UC Berkeley Provost Claude Steele's decision to resign from the post said that Steele had served as provost at Columbia University from 2011 to 2014. Steele held the Columbia job from 2009 to 2011.

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    Dirty scopes: In the April 15 Business section, an article about an increase in the number of infections linked to contaminated medical scopes included a photo caption that misidentified Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Torrance) as a state senator.

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    "Catch Me If You Can": In the April 3 Arts & Books section, a theater listing for Glendale Centre Theatre's staging of "Catch Me If You Can" said the show is a musical adaptation of Steven Spielberg's 2002 film about a con artist and forger. Although the musical has the same title as the film,...

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    Bike lanes: In the April 7 California section, an article about an environmental law that has hindered the creation of bike lanes misidentified the California Bicycle Coalition as the California Bicycle Assn. Clippers: In the April 12 Sports section, a headline on an article about Blake Griffin's...

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    Furniture designer: In the April 9 Hot Property section, a Q&A with designer Leslie Shapiro Joyal said that her Charles DuBois home in Calabasas was built in 1926. It was built in 1962.

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    Afghan slaying: In the April 8 Section A, a photo with an article about a man whose body was found in Afghanistan's Kandahar province showed Brig. Gen. Abdul Raziq Safi of the Afghan National Army, not Gen. Abdul Raziq, the police commander of Kandahar who was quoted in the article. Raziq is pictured...

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    Tesla rebates: An article in the April 6 Business section about tax credits for Tesla vehicles said that the $7,500 federal tax credit runs out when a manufacturer sells 200,000 qualifying vehicles. The credit starts to gradually phase out at the 200,000 mark.

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    Elvis Presley: In the April 6 Calendar section, an article about a new 60-CD box set of Elvis Presley's albums said "That's All Right" came out on the 1959 compilation album "Something for Everybody." It came out on the album "For LP Fans Only." Festival of Books: In the April 3 Travel section,...

  • Will California unlock the door to an open convention for the GOP?

    When the long strange trip of the 2016 Republican primary rolls into California in June, a rich cache of 172 delegates will be up for grabs. That's 14% of the 1,237 total needed to secure the nomination.Donald Trump is unlikely to lose his lead, even if Ted Cruz can replicate this week's big win...

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    Assembly race: In the April 4 California section, an article about a special election for a Central Valley Assembly seat misstated the family history of Democratic candidate Joaquin Arambula. He is the grandson, not the son, of immigrant farmworkers. Toni Grant: In the April 5 California section,...

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    "American Idol": An article in the April 3 Calendar section about the TV series "American Idol" said contestant Dalton Rapattoni is 22. He is 20. Kendall and Kylie Jenner: In the April 3 Image section, an article about Kendall and Kylie Jenner said they are stepsisters of Kim, Khloe and Kourtney...

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    Immigration play: An article in the Arts & Books section elsewhere in this edition misstated when scenes from the CalArts play "Shelter" will be performed at the Pasadena Playhouse. That will be April 19, not April 18. "American Idol": In the Calendar section elsewhere in this edition, a TV This...

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    O.J. Simpson: In the March 31 Calendar section, an article about ESPN's documentary series "O.J.: Made in America" was accompanied by a photo of Cuba Gooding Jr. with a caption that said he is portraying Simpson in that show. The photo was of Gooding playing Simpson in the FX drama "The People...

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    Senate race: In the March 29 California section, an article about a new USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times poll on California's U.S. Senate race said that Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris' support among likely voters in the June 7 primary election was 30%. According to the poll, 33% of likely primary voters...

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    Faith-based films: A March 26 Business section article about faith-based films at the box office said Rooney Mara starred in the 2015 movie "Captive." The star of the film was Kate Mara. Clippers: In the March 28 Sports section, the photo of Chris Paul with the Clippers Report column was identified...

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    State minimum wage: An article in the March 28 Section A about reaction to a deal to raise California's minimum wage said San Diego was among the cities that have agreed to increase the minimum wage over the next few years. San Diego's City Council voted to increase the minimum wage, but that action...

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    Guns on campus: In the March 24 Section A, an article about concerns at the University of Texas over a state law allowing concealed weapons on campuses misstated the number of students who might have concealed handgun licenses. The university estimates that 1% of its 50,000 students have such licenses,...

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    Berkeley dean: In the March 13 California section, an article about a new sexual harassment review process at the University of California said that UC Berkeley law school Dean Sujit Choudhry was penalized for sexual harassment with a 10% reduction in his salary of $173,000. The pay cut was applied...

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    Opera: In the March 15 Calendar section, a review of Los Angeles Opera's "Madame Butterfly" referred to a "Turandot" production last month by Opera Pacific. That production was by Pacific Symphony.

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    Berkeley dean: In the March 13 California section, an article about a new sexual harassment review process at the University of California said that UC Berkeley law school Dean Sujit Choudhry was penalized for sexual harassment with a 10% reduction in his salary of $173,000. The pay cut was applied...

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    Vans turns 50: In the Image section elsewhere in this edition, an article about the 50th anniversary of the footwear maker Vans misspelled the first name of Vans' senior director of events and promotions, Kristy Van Doren-Batson, as Christy in some instances. The article also referred to a lace-up...

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    "Marguerite" review: In the March 11 Calendar section, an information box with a review of "Marguerite" said that the movie is not rated. The Motion Picture Assn. of America's rating for the movie is R, for brief graphic nudity and sexual content, and a scene of drug use. The box also listed the...

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    Foraging: In the March 5 Saturday section, an article about forager Pascal Baudar misspelled chef Niki Nakayama's last name as Nakamura. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times' journalistic standards and practices, you may contact Deirdre Edgar, readers'...

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    Apple-FBI dispute: An article in the March 4 California section about court briefs filed in the legal dispute over whether Apple can be ordered to help the FBI access a locked iPhone said several law enforcement unions had made a court filing in support of the government's argument. The amicus...

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    "Colliding Dreams" review: In the March 4 Calendar section, a review of the film "Colliding Dreams" misspelled writer Hillel Halkin's last name as Hankin. Drug royalty rights: In the March 4 California section, an article about a deal to sell UCLA's royalty rights to a prostate cancer drug said...

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    Charlie Tuna: In the March 1 California section, the obituary of veteran L.A. radio disc jockey Charlie Tuna said he once served as host for the "Scrabble" TV game show. He was the show's announcer. If you believe that we have made an error, or you have questions about The Times' journalistic standards...

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    Turf rebates: In the Feb. 27 California section, an article about a lawsuit over turf rebate recipients said the names and addresses of some police officers, judges and prosecutors who received the payouts were being withheld. Only the addresses were withheld. Wilmington oil field: In the Feb. 21...

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    "Who's Driving Doug": In the Feb. 26 Calendar section, a review of "Who's Driving Doug" misidentified the theater where the movie is playing. It's showing at the Vintage Los Feliz 3, not the Arena Cinema in Hollywood. Harper Lee: In the Feb. 20 Section A, the obituary of author Harper Lee included...

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    Grand Harbor review: In the Jan. 23 Saturday section, a review of Grand Harbor in Temple City said the restaurant is from Jackie Zhou. Its owner is Joe Liang. Paul Revere Williams: In a Feb. 25 special section about black history in Los Angeles, a photo caption identified Paul Revere Williams as...

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    Dave Navarro: In the Feb. 20 Saturday section, an article about rock musician Dave Navarro's home misspelled Realtor Skyler Hynes' first name as Skylar and his last name as Haynes. Umberto Eco: In the Feb. 20 California section, the obituary of author Umberto Eco gave the Italian title of "The Name...

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    Unemployment rate: An article in the Feb. 18 Business section about the state's economy said the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corp. forecast that California's current unemployment rate, stated as being 7%, would decline to about 5.9% by 2017. The group's report misstated the state's...

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    Book review headline: A review in the Feb. 14 Arts & Books section of the novel "The Queen of the Night" by Alexander Chee included a headline referring to an 18th century opera star. It should have said 19th century. Ceramic artist: A Feb. 18 review in the Calendar section of the Craft and Folk...

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    Africa photos: In the Feb. 21 Arts & Books section, an article about photographer Nick Brandt's "Inherit the Dust" series misspelled the Kenyan city of Nakuru as Nukura. "Fuller House": In the Feb. 21 Calendar section, an article and photo caption about the TV series "Fuller House" said that Netflix...

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    Haiti's leaders: In the Feb. 18 Section A, an article about Haiti's succession of troubled leaders referred to the country's former President Jean-Bertrand Aristide as Jean-Pierre Aristide.

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    Oscar nominees: In the Feb. 4 Envelope section, an article about key scenes from this year's Academy Awards lead acting nominees transposed the credits for photographs from "Trumbo" and "Brooklyn." The photograph of Bryan Cranston in "Trumbo" is by Hilary Bronwyn Gayle / Bleecker Street; the photograph...

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