Corrected on 2024-02-19 00:00:00
A previous version of this story misspelled Raymond S. Persi's last name as Perci.
A previous version of this story misspelled Raymond S. Persi's last name as Perci.
An earlier version of this story said Elaine Corbin was about to attend the parade with her children when the shots rang out. In fact, they had attended the parade and were in their hotel when they heard shots.
A previous version of this story misspelled the name of the TV show Rick and Morty as Ricky and Morty.
An earlier photo caption provided an incorrect translation of graffiti featuring Alexei Navalny on a wall in St. Petersburg, Russia. The graffiti read "Hero of a New Time," not "Hero of our time."
An earlier version of this story mistakenly referred to the Iowa Hawkeyes as the Iowa Buckeyes.
A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that the characters Bella and Duncan abscond to Spain. In fact, they go to Portugal. In addition, Willem Dafoe's character is a surgeon named Dr. Godwin Baxter and not Godric Baxter as originally stated.
One of the sources used in the clips in this story is misidentified as "Isaac Abramson." The correct name is "Adam Isacson."
The audio version of this story and an earlier digital version overstate how quickly the number of single-person households in the U.S. is growing. The number grew by 4.8 million to reach nearly 38 million. It did not jump from 4.8 million to 37.9 million in a decade.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly suggested that Toamasina is the capital of Madagascar. It is a coastal city of that country.
An earlier version of this story said "students with parents who are not citizens" can't fill out the FAFSA. It has been updated to clarify that "students with parents who don't have a Social Security number" can't fill it out.
In the audio of this story, as in a previous web version, we incorrectly refer to My Cousin Maria Schneider as a memoir written by the niece of the late actor. In fact, author Vanessa Schneider is Maria Schneider's cousin.
A previous version of this story stated 1,400 people were killed in Israel during an October attack by Hamas. The correct number is 1,200.
An earlier version of this story mistakenly identified Dover, N.H., as a city in Maine.
An earlier headline incorrectly stated the election was a presidential election. It is a parliamentary election.
This story was updated to clarify that the patient population involved in the clinical trial for the diabetes drug metformin consisted of overweight or obese patients.
A previous summary of this story that appeared on the homepage mistakenly said that the home states of the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers are Kansas and California and that neither state allows sports betting. In fact, the Kansas City Chiefs are based in Missouri, and Kansas allows sports betting.
A previous version of this story incorrectly said there were 109 murders in Jamaica from Jan. 1 to Feb. 3, 2024. The year was 2023.
An earlier version of this episode incorrectly stated that the city of Antioch is in modern-day Syria, it is in modern-day Turkey.
A previous version of this story stated the range for the helicopter is 50 miles (80 kilometers). It is 640 miles (1,029 kilometers).
An earlier version of this story misspelled Jonathan Weinberg's last name. It has been corrected here.
This story has been updated to clarify that President Joe Biden called Los Angeles Mayor Karen Bass to offer aid to California as it deals with record amounts of rainfall.
A previous web introduction to this report misspelled Paul Nakasone's last name as Kakasone.
An earlier version of this story misgendered Janelle Monáe. They are non-binary.
An earlier version of this story did not note that the singer Ayra Starr, who lives and records in Nigeria, was born in Benin.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly reported that E. Jean Carroll had accused Donald Trump of rape. She accused the former president of sexual assault.
It also incorrectly referred to the movie The Sixth Sense as The Six Sense.
An earlier version of this story misstated Jake Sullivan's response to questions about strikes within Iraq. The national security adviser was asked about attacks within Iran, which he said he would not rule in or out.
This episode incorrectly states that the International Brotherhood of Teamsters is the largest union in the country. In fact, the National Education Association is.
An earlier version of this story misspelled the last name of Gil Dickmann as Dickman.
A previous version of this story incorrectly identified Jessica Flynn as the CEO of Jackson Jet Center. In fact, Flynn is CEO of the public relations firm Red Sky.
Fubo was incorrectly labeled "Fubo TV," its former name, in the photo, chart and text in a previous version of this article.
A previous version of this story incorrectly referred to the Court of Arbitration for Sport as the Court for Arbitration of Sport.
An earlier version of this story said that Brock Purdy is a rookie. He is in his second NFL season.
The headline for this story has been corrected to add the omitted word "off."
An earlier version of the story incorrectly referred to the University of South Florida as South Florida University.
An earlier summary of this story indicated the miniseries was about fighter pilots. In fact, its is about bomber pilots.
In the audio version of this story, the host incorrectly states that American Fiction is nominated for three Oscars. In fact, it's nominated for five.
A previous version of this story referred to the artist BLK ODYSSY's real name as Sam Houston. His name is Juwan Elcock.
A previous version of this story misspelled the capital of Ukraine as Kiev. It it Kyiv.
An earlier version of this story misspelled Ceridwen Fraser's first name as Ceridwyn.
A previous headline and text said the Detroit Lions won their first playoff game in three decades on Sunday. Sunday's game was actually their second playoffs win.
An earlier version of this story transposed its descriptions of Brood XIX and Brood XIII. Brood XIX, known as the Great Southern Brood, contains four species of cicadas and emerges only every 13 years. Brood XIII, known as the Northern Illinois Brood, is on a 17-year cycle and contains three species of cicadas.
An earlier broadcast version of this story incorrectly referred to Secretary of State Antony Blinken as the National Security Advisor.
A previous version of this story incorrectly stated that Republican Sen. John Thune is from Texas. In fact, he's a senator from South Dakota.
A previous version of this story incorrectly said that 69 people called with weather-related conditions. In fact, about half of those calls were weather-related.
A previous byline misspelled Britny Cordera's first name as Britney.
An earlier version of this story placed the communities of Star Lake and South Colton in Vermont. Both are hamlets in upstate New York.
An earlier version of this story said the four dams on the Lower Snake River are in Idaho. They are in fact in Washington state.
A previous version of this story misspelled Marjorie Taylor Greene's last name.
An earlier version of this story misspelled the last names of Kevin McCarthy, Chuck Schumer and Mitch McConnell, as well as Deirdre Walsh's first name.
An earlier byline misspelled Amy Mayer's last name as Mayor.
A previous map in this story mistakenly switched the labels for the Matsu Islands and the Kinmen Islands.
In a previous audio version of this story, we incorrectly referred to Kris Brown as "he." The correct pronoun is "she."
An earlier version of this story erroneously stated that the name of Microsoft founder Bill Gates appeared in the released documents. While Gates has spoken about having spent time with Epstein, his name was not in the unsealed court records. Gates has called his association with Epstein "a huge mistake."
A previous version of this story credited Alison Shearer as playing soprano saxophone.
A previous version of this episode incorrectly stated the henchmen characters were Blood Boots and Grace. Grace is not one of the henchmen.
This story has been updated to clarify the statistic about how much people interact with their phones. The 2,617 number includes each time a person touches their phone in a day, including swipes, clicks and taps.
A previous version of this story misspelled Jeffery Shockley's first name.
An earlier version of this story mistakenly said the Big Joy Project was from Stanford University. In fact, it's from the University of California, Berkeley.
In the audio and transcript of this story we incorrectly say "recreational cannabis is now legal in 34 states," which is incorrect. The actual number its 24 states.