Lebanese border: An article in the Jan. 6 Section A about new Lebanese visa rules aimed at deterring Syrian immigrants misspelled the name of a commodities trader. He is Toufic Hamzeh, not Toufic Manzeh.
"Agent Carter": A review in the Jan. 6 Calendar section of the television show "Agent Carter" misidentified the character of Daniel Sousa, played by Enver Gjokaj, as Jack Thompson, played by Chad Michael Murray.
Egg law: An article in the Dec. 29 Section A about a California law mandating cage-free henhouses said that laying hens outnumber people 2 to 1 in Iowa. The correct ratio is 20 to 1.
Stadium renderings: In the Jan. 5 Sports section, credits on artist renderings for Farmers Field and a proposal for a renovated Coliseum were swapped. AEG was responsible for Farmers Field, and NBBJ Sports & Entertainment provided the Coliseum illustration.
Kids' Reading Room: An illustration on the Dec. 28 Kids' Reading Room page in the Sunday Comics misidentified the school the young artist attends as Brentwood Elementary. The caption should have said: "Sam, 11, of Brentwood School in Los Angeles, drew this image of a tiger."
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