Corrected on 2023-12-06 00:00:00
In the audio version of this story, Lina Lyte Plioplyte says that 22 states currently have a "tampon tax." In fact, 21 states have the tax.
In the audio version of this story, Lina Lyte Plioplyte says that 22 states currently have a "tampon tax." In fact, 21 states have the tax.
A previous version of this story incorrectly said former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was ineligible for the debate. He qualified for the debate.
An earlier version of this story said Maria Martin was 71 years old. She was 72.
In the audio, as in a previous version of the web story, we incorrectly say Justice O'Connor was born in Arizona. She was born in El Paso, Texas.
An earlier description of this story referred to an unrelated story. This story is about legislative efforts in Texas to give state and local law enforcement more power to arrest migrants who cross the southern border illegally.
An earlier version of this review incorrectly stated the title of the book. It has been corrected here.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that opening arguments would begin on Thursday. The opening arguments are not expected to begin until jury selection is complete.
An earlier audio version of this story indicated that gray wolves once were wiped out by hunting in Colorado. The corrected version reports only that they were wiped out before they were reintroduced in 2020.
This story was updated at 3:46 p.m. to reflect some of what happened in the hearing.
A previous version of this podcast episode incorrectly stated that a local election official in Mississippi's Hinds County had admitted to local media that they did not follow state law and preprint enough ballots for Election Day. This reference was dated and did not refer to the 2022 general election.
An earlier version of this story identified Hisham Awartani's father as Marwan Awartani. His father's name is Ali Awartani. Marwan is Hisham Awartani's uncle.
A previous version of this story incorrectly attributed data about mentions of "Pallywood" to Logically. It should have been attributed to Logically Facts, which is an independent subsidiary of Logically.
An earlier version of this story described Dubai as the capital of the United Arab Emirates. The capital is Abu Dhabi.
A previous version of this story incorrectly said Taylor Swift is 34 years old. She is 33 and will turn 34 on Dec. 13.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that Kim Tyler was taking Wegovy. In fact, she is taking Ozempic.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated the size of Montana's Native population. The total state population is more than 1 million, and the Native population is about 9% of that.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly said the race was scheduled for Sunday at 10 p.m. local time. It is scheduled for 10 p.m. local time Saturday.
An earlier version of this story misspelled the last name of Bruce Onobrakpeya as Onagwapia, and last names of Remi Vaughan Richards and her father, Alan Vaughan Richards.
An earlier version of this story misspelled the band name Outkast as Outcast.
A previous version of this story said the Media Matters report was released prior to Elon Musk's controversial tweet about Jewish people. It was released after the tweet.
An earlier version of this story misspelled the first name of Casandra Ventura as Cassandra.
This story has been updated to more clearly explain the White House's allegations that Hamas has operated from a network of tunnels below hospitals in Gaza.
A previous headline for this story incorrectly stated that Luis Diaz was the one kidnapped. It was his father, Luis Manuel Diaz. The headline has been updated.
In this report, we incorrectly say Netflix bought The Paris Theater in August. Netflix signed a lease agreement to keep The Paris Theater open in 2019.
In this broadcast report, we incorrectly refer to oncologist Yoram Unguru as Thomas Unguru.
This story previously said the Cyclops Mountains were located in the island country of Papua New Guinea. The mountains are located in the Papua province of Indonesia.
In a previous version of the web story, we incorrectly said Dina Hashem was currently writing for the Max comedy The Sex Lives of College Girls. Hashem has written for the show in the past, but is not currently writing for it.
A previous version of this story incorrectly said Eddie Perez left Twitter in November 2022. He left in September 2022.
Due to a photo caption error, the order of the Apollo 8 crew was incorrect. The proper order is Frank Borman, Jim Lovell and Bill Anders.
An earlier version of this story misstated the first name of Patricia Strach as Barbara.
The name of the Democratic candidate running for Mississippi governor was misspelled in a previous version about the election. The correct spelling is Brandon Presley.
An earlier version of this story misstated the yacht's name, Grazie Mamma, as Grazie Mamma II.
An earlier version of this story said 1819 News was affiliated with the Alabama Policy Institute. The website was previously a fully owned subsidiary but was launched as a separate organization in 2023, according to 1819 News.
A previous version of this story incorrectly stated what year a deadly fire took place aboard the Conception.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly reported that the number of youth arrests for violent crime nationwide was 424,300 in 2020. That figure actually represents youth arrests for all crimes that year.
Editor's note: The audio and text story have been updated to use the initials of a young person interviewed and to remove some images.
A previous web summary of this report misspelled Susannah Heschel's name as Heschell.
A previous version of this story incorrectly said that, in the show, Reeves killed a Black man fighting for the Confederate Army. The Black man was killed by another Confederate soldier.
An earlier version of this story mistakenly said that investigators will be spending the next two weeks examining reports of sexual misconduct at U.S. research bases on Antarctica. Investigators will be arriving to prepare for a future on-site presence in Antarctica.
A previous version of this feature stated that the Metropolitan Opera has only presented one other opera by a Black composer previous to X. In fact, the Met has presented two operas by Terence Blanchard since 2021: Fire Shut Up in My Bones and Champion. Anthony Davis is still the second Black composer to have his work presented by the Met.
A previous version of this story incorrectly described On Point as a show distributed by NPR. It is distributed by American Public Media.
An earlier version of this story mistakenly referred to the U.S. territory of American Samoa as Samoa, a separate island country.
In this interview, Terry Gross misidentified Mohammed bin Salman as the ruler of Iran. In fact, he is the crown prince of Saudi Arabia.
A previous version of this story said Barkan's death was announced on Monday. His death happened and was announced on Wednesday.
An earlier version of this story misspelled Wafa Elsaka's name.
An earlier version of this story misspelled Emily Mullin's last name as Mullen.
A previous version of this story, citing the FDA, said the affected products were sold at retailers such as Sam's Club. The FDA now says Sam's Club did not sell the products.
A previous version of this digital story incorrectly identified MOHELA as the largest federal student loan servicer. In fact, it is one of the largest loan servicers.
An earlier version of this story misidentified Benjamin Netanyahu as the president of Israel. Netanyahu is Israel's prime minister.
A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that today, Dawn Powell's son would be diagnosed as having cerebral palsy and schizophrenia. Per Powell's biographer, Tim Page, today Dawn Powell's son would actually be diagnosed with autism.
An earlier version of this episode incorrectly said that the word "genocide" was first used to describe actions taken by Ottomans against Armenians. Most historians view the series of massacres and displacements of Armenians started by Ottoman forces in 1915 as a "genocide,"but the word "genocide" was not coined until 1944. Turkey denies the label, "genocide," and says the deaths came amid widespread regional conflict.
A previous version of this story said the incident that led to Jonathan Majors' arrest occurred in March 2022. In fact, it occurred in 2023.
In the audio of this episode, we incorrectly stated that Valerie Preziosi is the founder of Key Deer Alliance. In fact, she is the founder of the organization Save Our Key Deer.
NPR has updated this story to reflect a more accurate translation of Yocheved Lifshitz's statement describing her time in captivity as "hell," rather than a "nightmare" as previously published.
In a previous version of this episode, we stated that Thomas Watson Jr. fought on the side of the United States in World War II while IBM, under his father's leadership, was doing business with the Nazi regime. As a World War II pilot, Watson didn't fight in combat missions, but some of his missions did take him through combat zones where he faced enemy fire. And while IBM did sell technology to the Nazi government in the years leading up to the U.S.'s involvement in World War II, by the time the U.S. entered the war and Watson was serving in the war, the German government had seized the assets of American companies, curtailing IBM's control over its German operations.
In an earlier version of this story, we incorrectly reported that flight attendants were permitted to occupy a jump seat in the flight deck.
An earlier version of this story said a lawyer had told NPR of shootings of Palestinians. In fact the lawyer told of shootings of Israelis.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that Kristen Radtke was a cartoonist for the New Yorker. She's a graphic memoirist and the creative director of The Verge.
An earlier version of this story reference Spears' growing up in Mississippi. She was born there but grew up in Louisiana. The reference has been removed.
An earlier version of this story referred to Dr. Allan Reiss as a neuropsychologist. He is in fact a neuropsychiatrist.
An earlier version of this story misstated the name of the hospital as the Ali Ahli Baptist Hospital in Gaza. The correct name is the Al Ahli Arab Hospital in Gaza.
This story incorrectly stated that at one point, GM had 10 retired workers for every active one. In its 2005 annual report, GM reported 3.2 retirees and surviving spouses for every active employee in the U.S.
An earlier version of this story misspelled the last name of SEIU United Healthcare Workers President Dave Regan as Reagan.
An earlier headline misspelled the last name of Elijah McClain as McCain.
A previous version of this story said Israel ordered Gazans to leave their homes within 24 hours. In fact, Israel did not give a specific deadline for Gazans to evacuate. U.N. officials in Gaza say Israel told them to evacuate within 24 hours.
In a previous version of this story, we included an incorrectly transcribed quote from Kimberly Seals Allers stating that Cedars-Sinai hospital in Los Angeles had a high rate of Black maternal mortality. In fact, the quote did not mention Cedar-Sinai's rate; it refers to a single high-profile Black maternal death. A previous version also incorrectly stated that Seals Allers was from Harlem, N.Y. She is from Queens.
An earlier version of this story mistakenly said Rep. Steve Scalise defeated Rep. Jim Jordan in a 110-99 vote for House Republicans' speaker nominee. In fact, the vote was 113-99.
An earlier version of this story misstated the name of the fictional Star Trek species Cardassian as Cassardian.
A previous version of this story incorrectly cited Uber's data on sexual assault and rape as "incidents," rather than "reported incidents."
A previous version of the captions in this story referred to a maternity care unit at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City. The hotel hosts a medical clinic.
Many NPR newsroom staff are members of SAG-AFTRA but are not part of the bargaining unit that is striking.
A previous version of the broadcast story stated that next month Kristin Long at Boston University will host a convention for siblings like Kayla and Ella in Chicago. The convention is focused on how to support siblings like them.
A previous version of this story misspelled Yosi Shnaider as Yosi Shnaidel.
Previous versions of this story incorrectly stated the city that gave back an island as Eureka, Ore. It is Eureka, Calif.
Earlier digital and audio versions characterized the guest as a top adviser to a former Israeli prime minister. Daniel Levy was an adviser in the government of former Prime Minister Ehud Barak.
This page originally credited Emilio Mendez as the keyboardist in this Tiny Desk performance. It was Barba Blanca.
Previous audio and digital versions of this story said the IMO's goal was to cut the shipping industry's greenhouse gas emissions at least in half by 2050. In fact, a revised goal put out earlier this year calls for the industry to reach net zero by mid-century.
A previous version of this story incorrectly said the most recent biting incident was on Monday evening. In fact, it was the previous Monday, Sept. 25.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly quoted Sinclair as saying she realized that poetry could "alkalize" the hurt she was feeling. Sinclair said she realized that poetry cold alchemize that hurt.
Previous photo captions in this story misspelled Valarie Zayas' name as Valaria.
An earlier version of this story referred to the hair line Braidbetter as Bright Better.
A previous version of the headline misspelled Kaiser Permanente as Kaiser Permanent.
This story has been updated to replace a photo of Patrick Stewart in costume as Jean Luc Picard that had been reversed by the agency that provided it.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly used "kid" instead of "kids" in a quote from Taylor Lorenz
A version of this story incorrectly labeled an image of an electric glass cooktop as an induction stove. The image has been removed and updated.
A previous version of this story and its headline incorrectly stated there were six recommendations listed in the story. There are actually five suggestions in the story.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly said that President Jimmy Carter appointed Ben Bernanke to head the Federal Reserve. In fact, he appointed Paul Volcker.
A previous version of this story incorrectly included Ivanka Trump as among those who are accused of fraud. She is not.
A previous version of this story misspelled Bialowieza, the name of a forest and town in Poland.
An earlier version of this story misspelled the first name of Lt. Col. Khrysten Grace as Kristen.
In a previous version of this story, we misidentified an image of a monastery in Kyiv and also inaccurately described the location of a protest rally in the Ukrainian capital.
A previous headline misspelled Sen. Dianne Feinstein's first name as Diane.
A previous version of this story misspelled John Coffee's surname as Coffey.
A previous version of this story incorrectly said that a government shutdown — rather than proposed budget cuts from House Republicans — would hurt seniors who rely on Meals on Wheels and families with kids in Head Start programs.
This story has been updated to reflect that Coast Guard members did not get paid during the 2018-2019 government shutdown.
In the audio of this story, as in a previous web version, we incorrectly identify David Goodman as the current president of the WGA West. Goodman is a past president of the WGA West and current co-chair of the WGA's negotiating committee.
An earlier headline misspelled the last name of Daniel Mason as Masoon.
A previous photo caption incorrectly said Republican Rep. Joseph Cannon of Illinois was ousted as House speaker after a revolt in 2010. In fact, he lost much of his power after a revolt in 1910 but remained speaker until the following year.
A previous version of this story incorrectly said that in Dreaming Whilst Black, Adjani Salmon plays Kwabena, an aspiring filmmaker living with his brother and sister-in-law. In fact, Kwabena lives with his cousin and cousin's wife.
An earlier version of this story suggested that New York has banned advertising of sports betting on college campuses. The New York State Gaming Commission has prohibited ads sent to people under the age of 21.
A previous version of this episode incorrectly said that in Dreaming Whilst Black, Adjani Salmon plays Kwabena, an aspiring filmmaker living with his brother and sister-in-law. In fact, Kwabena lives with his cousin and cousin's wife.
A previous photo caption incorrectly said Florence Griffith Joyner won a silver medal for the 200 meters at the 1988 Summer Olympic Games. In fact, she won silver for the 4x400 meter relay.