Gun store: In the Aug. 1 Section A, an article about a gun purchased by the alleged perpetrator of a terrorist attack in Garland, Texas, said that the store in which the weapon was bought, Lone Wolf Trading Co., "was known among gun smugglers for selling illegal firearms." It was the purchases, not the weapons, that would have been considered illegal. As the article stated, Lone Wolf made the sales as part of a federal government sting operation known as Fast and Furious in which smugglers were allowed to buy weapons illegally so federal agents could track smuggling networks. Also, the article's headline said that the Texas gunman was tied to Fast and Furious. The weapon was sold during the time Fast and Furious was in effect but was not part of the sting.
Fisker plant: In the Aug. 12 Business section, an article about Fisker Automotive said it built its plug-in electric hybrid Karma models at a plant in Wilmington, Del. The Karmas were built in Finland; the Delaware plant was closed before it could start producing a mass-market, affordable electric model.
Movie Projector: The Movie Projector column in the Aug. 12 Business section said that "Love & Mercy" failed to deliver. Distributor Roadside Attractions said the film has actually been doing well as a specialty release since its June debut.