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60 dancers who fled the war now take the stage — as The United Ukrainian Ballet

Corrected on February 4, 2023

A previous version of this story said the Kennedy Center hosted a 60th anniversary celebration of the Art in Embassies program. It should have said that it was co-hosted by the U.S. State Department. In addition, the story incorrectly said The Dying Swan was from Swan Lake.

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'Hot Dog' wins Caldecott, Newbery is awarded to 'Freewater'

Corrected on January 30, 2023

In an earlier version of this story, we repeated Luqman-Dawson's characterization of herself as a 'debut author.' As this is her second published book but her first children's book, she is a 'debut children's author.

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Opinion: The lessons we can learn from 'idiberug'

Corrected on January 25, 2023

An earlier caption incorrectly said the runestone in the photo was several hundred centuries older than the earliest known ones. In fact, it's several centuries older.

Florida says AP class teaches critical race theory. Here's what's really in the course

Corrected on January 23, 2023

An earlier version of this article contained inaccurate comparisons to other existing AP courses. AP Chinese and AP German classes focus largely on developing language skills and cultural knowledge. AP European history does not focus on one community's history and culture in the same way as AP African American studies.

Hanukkah Lights 2021

Corrected on January 23, 2023

In a previous version of this story, we inaccurately identified a photograph of Clement Clarke Moore. The photograph has been removed.

The FBI searched Biden's home and found more classified documents

Corrected on January 22, 2023

This story has been corrected to be less definitive about how many classified documents were found in President Biden's home. His attorney has said that "six items consisting of documents with classification markings and surrounding materials" were taken from Biden's home. In addition, some handwritten notes were removed. But the exact number of documents is unclear.

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Is it time for a reality check on rapid COVID tests?

Corrected on January 21, 2023

A previous version of this article stated that amplifying the viral genetic material usually takes a day or so. It should have said that it takes a day or so to get the results back.

How Glaciers Move

Corrected on January 11, 2023

The original version of this caption misidentified the location as the Helheim glacier. It is the Sermeq Avannarleq glacier.

Intense cold strained, but didn't break, the U.S. electric grid. That was lucky

Corrected on January 6, 2023

A previous version of this story stated incorrectly that the Southwest Power Pool "was using every source of electricity it had — there was nothing more available." In fact, the utility did have the ability to produce more power and draw on additional resources if necessary. The story has also been updated to clarify that the record for demand set by the utility was a winter record.

The Push To Redefine 'Black' And End Anti-Racist Voter Protections

Corrected on January 3, 2023

A previous version of this story incorrectly said Republican state lawmakers in Louisiana are pushing to change the way Black people are counted in the census. In fact, the push is focused on changing the way Black people are counted when voting maps are redrawn. The previous version also incorrectly implied that the lawmakers brought that push to the U.S. Supreme Court and that the court's next term includes a case that could dismantle a portion of the Voting Rights Act. In fact, the lawmakers did not, and the court's next term currently does not include such a case.