Corrected on January 26, 2022
An earlier version of this story said Breyer is 84 years old. He is 83.
An earlier version of this story said Breyer is 84 years old. He is 83.
A section about the timing for community health centers to distribute the masks has also been removed. It was based on outdated information from February 2021. A link to a list of participating retailers has been deleted. That link was actually to a list of participants in the federal retail pharmacy program for COVID-19 vaccinations. While most of those pharmacies are also participating in the free N95 mask distribution, a full list of participants is not yet available.
In this story, one of the study authors mistakenly says that the length of the millipede is "a little less than 1 centimeter." In fact, the specimen the researchers describe in the study is a little less than 10 centimeters in length.
In this report, we incorrectly say the volcanic eruption sent a plume of ash nearly 20 feet in the air. In fact, the plume was nearly 20 miles in the air.
An earlier headline misspelled Kyrsten Sinema's first name as Krysten.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly referred to Suffolk County as being in Virginia. It is in New York. And an earlier version mistakenly referred to the Girl Scouts of the USA as the Girl Scouts of America.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that André Leon Talley's major was French literature. It was French.
The lyric "Can I be happy in this world?" was misheard as "I need hope in this world."
This story has been updated to make clear that each U.S. household can order four at-home tests.
An earlier version of this story contained the wrong age for Chamath Palihapitiya. He is 45.
An earlier version of this story mistakenly stated that researchers from the University of Georgia helped to survey the gardens at Rome's Villa Aurora. The researchers were from Indiana University.
An earlier version of this story said that there was no risk of shingles in people who've gotten the chickenpox vaccine. There is a risk, but the CDC says shingles is "much less common" in people who are vaccinated versus people who are not vaccinated, or who have had chickenpox in the past.
In the audio of this segment, Scott Simon references Shakespeare having written about "the insane route that takes reason as a prisoner." The actual quote uses the word "root."
A previous online version and the broadcast version of this essay incorrectly stated that Hilary Teachout died at the age of 49. She was 64 when she died.
A previous version of this story had a photo depicting the Virginia State Police, rather than the Virginia Beach Police Department. The image has been replaced.
This story originally identified pianist Angelica Sanchez as Malaby's wife.
A previous version of this story misidentified Bellecourt's oldest son. His name is Little Crow.
An earlier version of this story misspelled Nuran al-Ghamian's name as Nuran al-Ghamain.
The audio of this story, as did an earlier web version, does not note that the changes concerning premarital sex and couples living together appear to apply only to heterosexual couples. Same-sex couples could still be subject to punishment.
An earlier web intro of this story incorrectly spelled the author's name. It is Maggy, not Maggie.
This story incorrectly states that a school superintendent in Austin, Texas, taught a math class because of a substitute teacher shortage. While she had planned to, she did not end up teaching the class.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated Timothy Mills' first name as James.
In the introduction on this file, we incorrectly said the interview took place on Monday. It occurred Tuesday.
A previous version of this story referenced an arrest at a traffic stop in Indiana. The arrest was in Iowa.
A previous version of this story misspelled Alan Cumming's last name as Cummings.
A previous version of this story incorrectly said President Biden carried less than a fifth of the counties that former President Trump had in the 2020 election. Biden carried less than a quarter of them.
A previous version of this story misnamed Station Eleven author as Hilary St. John Mandel. It is Emily St. John Mandel.
Gerald Bove, identified in this story as a "former student," is now a research scientist at the University of the Virgin Islands and co-runs the lake ice research project with Sapna Sharma.
A previous version of this story identified the Parents Television and Media Council as the Parents Television Council, the group's former name. The story also spelled actress Sydney Sweeney's name incorrectly. Both have been updated.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly said the U.S. commitment under the Paris climate agreement is to cut 2005 emission levels by 50% to 52% by 2023. In fact, the target year is 2030.
An earlier version of this story misspelled Morgen Wurde's first name as Morgan.
In a previous version of this story, we incorrectly said the Electoral Count Act was passed nine years after the Compromise of 1877. The legislation was passed in 1887, or 10 years later.
In a previous version of this story, it was said the CSTO was founded in 1999. The organization has its roots in a 1992 treaty, which was extended in 1999 by the members of the current organization. In 2002, those nations turned what had been a regional agreement into a multinational military alliance.
A caption on a previous version of this story incorrectly called Almaty the capital of Kazakhstan. The capital was moved out of Almaty in 1997.
In this audio story, as well as in a previous web version, we incorrectly say that a "20% chance of rain" means 20% of a city's area will see rain. In fact, the 20% chance refers to the likelihood of rain over the entire area covered by the forecast.
A previous version of this story said that the Postal Service was seeking an exemption from the vaccine mandate. The Postal Service says it wants a temporary delay in having to comply with the rule and that if the mandate is upheld by the courts, it will anticipates it will be able to fully comply at the end of the requested 120-day period.
An earlier version of this story said Lake Powell reservoir has not been full since Jimmy Carter was president, but it hit capacity after a record snowmelt in 1983.
A previous version of this story referred to Sidney Poitier as African American. Poitier's parents were from the Caribbean nation of the Bahamas.
An earlier version of this story said The Last Picture Show starred Jeff Daniels but in fact it starred Jeff Bridges.
The story has been updated to more accurately reflect how police officers died in the aftermath of the Capitol attack.
This story incorrectly reports that Richard Leakey lost his legs in an auto accident. His injuries were sustained in a plane crash.
An earlier version of this story misspelled Beth Wahler's last name as Whaler.
A previous version of the web story said that the U.S. government has not made public the count of Census Bureau executives who identify as Black. In fact, the government has, including for years going back to 2006.
This story has been updated to include Kae Tempest's correct name.
A previous headline and introduction to this interview misspelled Rep. Jamie Raskin's first name as Jaime.
In this story, we incorrectly say the U.S. began testing to link THAAD and Patriot missile systems this year. The testing began in 2020.
A previous version of this article referred to Pauline Boss as a professor emerita of psychology. She is a professor emerita of family social science.
A previous photo accompanying this story displayed Ready Pac products in addition to Fresh Express and Dole products. Ready Pac was not part of the recall, and that image has been removed.
A previous version of this story said the Washington Football Team dropped its name last July. The team did so in July 2020.
In a previous version of this story, Kristin Dziczek's first name was misspelled as Kristen.
In this interview, Shakira is incorrectly identified as at least 70 years old, when her name is included in a list of musicians who do meet that description. Shakira is 44.
An earlier version of this story misspelled Mariana Diaz-Wionczek's name as Diaz-Wioczek.
A previous version of this story included an incorrect image for Don Everly. It has since been updated.
An earlier version of this map identified Crimea as part of Russia, which invaded and annexed Crimea in 2014. The majority of the international community has denounced Russia's invasion and annexation of Crimea as illegal. The map has been revised and now includes Crimea as part of Ukraine.