Because of an editing error, an article on Friday about the riot at the Capitol misattributed a quotation. “We had enough people, we could have tore that building down brick by brick” was said by Eric Dark, not Brian Hobbs.
An article on Monday about a chaotic vaccine rollout in Florida misstated the age group receiving vaccines first in Hawaii. It is those 75 and older, not 65 and older.
An article on Monday about the use of lies as a political tool misstated the date when Janez Jansa became prime minister of Slovenia. It was March 2020, not in 2018.
An article on Saturday about Suriname’s vice president, Ronnie Brunswijk, transposed the name of a former rebel commander. He is Petrus Adam, not Adam Petrus. The error was repeated in a picture caption.
An article on Saturday about the departures of officials in the Trump administration misstated the cabinet position of Elaine Chao. She is stepping down as transportation secretary, not labor secretary.
An article on Saturday about Democrats’ preparedness to bring impeachment charges against President Trump for a second time described incorrectly the setting in which Richard Barnett was photographed in Nancy Pelosi’s office. He was seated at an aide’s desk, not at the desk belonging to Ms. Pelosi. The error was repeated in an article about Mr. Barnett.
An article on Saturday about the Republican National Committee’s endorsement President Trump to lead the party forward misspelled the given name of a committee woman from Nevada. She is Michele Fiore, not Michelle.
An article on Sunday about the archives of the journalist Robert Caro misidentified the location of a typewriter repair shop. Gramercy Typewriter Co. is in Chelsea, not Gramercy Park.
An article on Monday about the beginning of the professional tennis season misidentified Naomi Osaka’s nationality. She is Japanese, not American. It also misstated Andy Murray’s age. He is 33, not 31.
A picture caption with an obituary on Sunday about the filmmaker Michael Apted misidentified two of the three women in the photo from his movie “49 Up.” Lynn Johnson is in the center and Susan Davis is on the right, not vice versa.
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