For the record

Immigration: An article in the Sept. 14 Section A about an immigration detention center in Artesia, N.M., said the Department of Homeland Security's inspector general rejected allegations that federal immigration centers maintained substandard living conditions and that young migrants were subjected to abuse. Actually, the inspector general could not substantiate 16 allegations it investigated after a complaint by the American Civil Liberties Union; it continues to monitor 100 other allegations. The Artesia facility had not yet opened when the ACLU filed its administrative complaint in June about various immigration facilities. U2 album review: In the Sept. 11 Calendar section, a...