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Weekend Edition Sunday

Politics Chat: The 2020 Election Is Over, But Issues Remain

Corrected on April 11, 2021

In an earlier version of this conversation, we said, "In Maryland, the Democratic legislature and Republican governor just signed — passed and signed into law a package of police reform bills. Not every one the Democrats had passed." Gov. Larry Hogan allowed part of the package to become law without his signature and vetoed other provisions. The legislature overrode his vetoes.

Weekend Edition Sunday

Lordstown Motors Faces Skepticism From Investors

Corrected on March 25, 2021

The audio, and a previous version of the digital story, stated the Hindenburg Research report triggered inquiries from the Securities and Exchange Commission; in fact, those inquiry began before the report was publicly issued.

Weekend Edition Sunday

Pope Francis Closes Out Trip To Iraq

Corrected on March 7, 2021

A previous version of this report incorrectly said that much of Iraqi Kurdistan was formerly controlled by the Islamic State and that Mosul is part of Iraqi Kurdistan. In fact, the Islamic State didn't take over much of Iraqi Kurdistan, and Mosul is not part of Iraqi Kurdistan.

Weekend Edition Sunday

Former Gymnast Sarah Klein Discusses Coach John Geddert's Sex Abuse Charges

Corrected on March 2, 2021

In this story, we incorrectly say that the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee did not respond to requests for comment. It was the International Olympic Committee, not the USOPC, that did not respond.

The IOC referred the request to the USOPC on March 1, and CEO Sarah Hirshland offered this comment: "It's the voices of the survivors that matter most at this time. They continue to show bravery and strength in the most difficult circumstances — including today's events," Hirshland said, referencing the charges filed against John Geddert and his death.

Previously posted March 1: In this report, we incorrectly say John Geddert died on Friday, Feb. 26. In fact, he died on Thursday, Feb. 25.

Weekend Edition Sunday

2020 Was A Record-Breaking Year For Gun-Related Deaths In The U.S.

Corrected on January 4, 2021

In this report, we incorrectly say Sonali Rajan is an associate professor in the Department of Health and Behavioral Studies at Columbia University. In fact, she is an associate professor of health education at Teachers College, Columbia University.