Corrections & Clarifications
Sports: A previous version of this story included an incorrect number for how many athletes responded to the survey about delaying the Olympics.
News: A previous version of this story misidentified a member of Congress present during the deposition of former State Department adviser Michael McKinley. Rep. Francis Rooney, R-Fla., was present.
Money: An earlier version of this story misspelled Brian Kropp's name. http://www.navchy.com/story/tech/2019/10/08/is-the-boss-tracking-you-now/3901594002/
News: An earlier version of this video misstated where Pat Robertson made the comments.
Life: A Sept. 12 photo caption incorrectly described the relationship between Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez. The couple are engaged.
News: An earlier version of a front page preview tweet was sent with an incorrect image. http://twitter.com/USATODAY/status/1172095768888520704
News: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated the ownership of Rush Creek. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/environment/2019/09/05/yosemite-hangs-balance-national-parks-juggle-growth-and-preservation/2165070001/
News: An earlier version of this article incorrectly stated the status of the bill. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/politics/2019/09/10/what-californias-ab-5-means-apps-like-uber-lyft/2278936001/
Sports: A preview version of this story had an incorrect opponent for Duke last weekend. http://www.navchy.com/story/sports/ncaaf/acc/2019/09/09/acc-power-rankings-have-clemson-followed-virginia/2263749001/
News: An earlier version of this article misstated how frequently sets of palindrome dates occur. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/nation/2019/09/10/palindrome-week-last-one-century/2273558001/
Tech: A previous version of this column misstated the deadline to file a claim on the Google Pixel class-action. http://www.navchy.com/story/tech/columnist/2019/09/05/class-action-settlements-find-out-if-you-are-owed-money/2209550001/
Life: The “Butterfly in Frost” character names in the best-selling books list published Sept. 5 were incorrect. The characters in the Sylvia Day novel are Teagan and Garrett.
Sports: A column in the Sept. 5 editions misstated the last Super Bowl trip for the Bears. They lost to the Colts in Super Bowl XLI in January 2007. The Bears won Super Bowl XX in January 1986.
Sports: The dates for the upcoming soccer games with the English Premier League standings were incorrect in Sept. 4 editions. The games will be played Sept. 14 and 15.
Life: A photo in Lifeline’s Birthday feature in some Sept. 4 editions was incorrectly identified as actor/comedian Damon Wayans.
Sports: The number of U.S. Open men’s singles tennis titles won by Roger Federer was incorrect in a photo caption in some Sept. 3 editions. He has won five.
News: An earlier version of this article misspelled the name of Kevin Longino, CEO of the National Kidney Foundation, and misstated the number of people – 2.4 million – who die in the U.S. each year. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/nation/2019/08/29/us-throws-away-3-500-donated-kidneys-per-year-study-says-heres-why/2139644001/
News: Due to an editing error, a previous version of this story incorrectly stated the location of the suspect's hometown and was unclear about the location of the tech center and detention center. All three are in Kentucky. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/education/2019/08/29/kentucky-principal-charged-child-porn-banned-homosexual-books/2153943001/
Sports: The starting date for the Military Tribute at The Greenbrier was incorrect in some Aug. 29 editions. The PGA Tour tournament begins Sept. 12.
Money: A previous version of this story misidentified the Credit Suisse analyst who wrote the research note. http://www.navchy.com/story/money/2019/08/27/johnson-johnson-opioid-verdict-liability/2131225001/
Money: A previous version of this video incorrectly stated when tariffs would impact pet toys. Tariffs will impact these items in December. http://www.navchy.com/videos/money/markets/2019/08/28/everyday-chinese-made-items-affected-new-tariffs/2136580001/
News: The story has been updated to clarify that the U.S. Space Command will be launched Aug. 29. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/politics/2019/08/20/space-force-launch-aug-29-vice-president-mike-pence-says/2061062001/?fbclid=IwAR37e_4YEmo1QLUMO2mTd3mPzt1_UPFD8ynKvgLNLc5g4ROM0OrqLCnuj5w
Travel: A previous version of this story mischaracterized alcohol seized in Mexico in 2017. The illicit alcohol was seized from a manufacturer supplying tourist hot spots.
Life: A previous version of this story misidentified one of the characters. Paul Sharpe is the name of the lawyer married to Olivia Sharpe. http://www.navchy.com/story/entertainment/books/2019/07/31/shari-lapena-someone-we-know-thriller-book-review/1857674001/
News: This story has been updated to reflect that AXON is not the manufacturer of the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office’s body cameras. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/nation/2019/07/29/bodycam-footage-south-carolina-deputy-involved-shooting/1856654001/
News: This story originally misidentified Cory Booker and Andrew Yang. The article has been updated to clarify that Booker is a senator and Yang is an entrepreneur. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/politics/elections/2019/07/31/democratic-debate-2019-winners-and-losers-cory-booker-joe-biden/1884783001/?utm_source=feedblitz&utm_medium=FeedBlitzRss&utm_campaign=usatodaycomwashington-topstories
Sports: A previous version of this story included incorrect positions for prospects Scott Moss and Victor Nova.
An earlier version of this post mischaracterized the nature of Abigail Disney’s visit with employees. She met with Disney workers at an offsite union office in Anaheim.
Sports: In a previous version of this story, the Virginia Tech basketball coach was misidentified.
News: This story has been updated to reflect the age at which the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends parents should brush their children's teeth.
Sports: A previous version of this story incorrectly implied that Mike Ditka's 1985 Super Bowl title was the franchise's only championship.
Life: A previous version of this story mischaracterized Viggo Mortensen’s nationality. He is Danish-American.
Social media: Headline and chatter in a Facebook post on Dolores O’Riordan of The Cranberries weren’t clear in indicating when she died. The post has been corrected.
News: An earlier version of this story has been updated to note that during the ceremony, four fighter jets flew overhead in the traditional "missing man" formation to honor Sen. John McCain, a former fighter pilot.
Opinion: A prior version of this column misspelled Halle Berry's name.
Digital: A 2014 article about Hunter Biden failing a drug test was posted to USA TODAY Facebook and Twitter on March 23. It should not have been shared. The posts were corrected, and then removed.
Opinion: U赢电竞竞猜This editorial was updated to reflect the fact that Kentucky, not New Jersey, has the strictest limit on the length of initial opioid prescriptions.
News: An earlier version of this story should have said Daniels’ wife identifies as a woman.
Money: A previous version of this video included an incorrect wing count.
News: An earlier version of this story misstated the role of the Fox News employee fooled by the shark photo. He is a host.
News: An earlier version of this video incorrectly stated the country of registration for the freighter, ACX Crystal. The freighter is registered in the Philippines.
Sports: An item in Sportsline in some Dec. 30 editions had an incorrect team in the Belk Bowl. Virginia Tech defeated Arkansas.
News: An earlier version of this story, as reported by the Helena Independent Record, misstated the approximate number of Montanans who are homeless. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/2016/12/21/longest-night-events-remember-homeless-people-who-died/95717422/
Life: An earlier version of this story misidentified Ginger Rogers’ co-star in the movie We’re Not Married! http://www.navchy.com/story/life/people/2016/12/18/reports-zsa-zsa-gabor-dead-99/95594430/
Life:A previous version of this story misquoted dialogue from characters Darth Vader and K-2SO, and gave inaccurate context for a Chirrut timeline. http://www.navchy.com/story/life/entertainthis/2016/12/19/rogue-one-star-wars-movie-quotes/95591848/
Money:An earlier version of this story gave the incorrect month of the 1 billion-user breach. http://www.navchy.com/story/tech/news/2016/12/14/yahoo-breach-protection-tips/95449318/
Money: An earlier version of this story misstated dollar amounts when describing how much China’s holdings of U.S. Treasury securities fell from September to October of 2016. The dollar figure was also incorrect for how much securities fell since October 2015. http://www.navchy.com/story/money/markets/2016/12/16/japan-not-china-biggest-us-debt-holder/95512328/
News: Tom Brokaw’s Dec. 5 essay on the 75th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor misstated the types of U.S. ships bombed by Japanese warplanes. There were no aircraft carriers.
Life: An earlier version of this post misidentified the designer for Allison Williams’ dress. http://www.navchy.com/story/life/entertainthis/2016/12/11/best-dressed-at-the-critics-choice-awards/95318304/
Life: An earlier version of this story had the incorrect age for Christina Aguilera. She turns 36 on Dec. 18. http://www.navchy.com/story/life/entertainthis/2016/12/11/christina-aguilera-kylie-jenner-birthday-kiss/95308266/
Sports: A previous version of this story incorrectly stated the number of quarterbacks with 20 or more rushing and passing touchdowns in a season. http://www.navchy.com/story/sports/ncaaf/heisman/2016/12/05/heisman-trophy-finalists-lamar-jackson-baker-mayfield-jabrill-peppers-deshaun-watson-dede-westbrook/95006274/
News: A USA Snapshots Dec. 9 about students from China who are enrolled at U.S. colleges for the 2015-16 school year provided an incorrect flag in the graphic. The image should have shown China’s flag.
Life: An earlier version of the following story incorrectly identified the fashion line SJP LBD. http://www.navchy.com/story/life/2016/12/09/sarah-jessica-parkers-first-store-has-touch-carrie-bradshaw-and-manolo-blahnik-but-all-sjp/95167282/
College: An earlier version of this article misstated the access employers have to an individual’s credit history. State and federal laws govern what credit information they may obtain, and how, and how they may use it. http://college.navchy.com/2016/12/07/money-101-what-is-a-credit-score/
College: This article has been updated to make clearer the process by which the bill could become law and go into effect, and to provide detail about Ohio’s viability law. http://college.navchy.com/2016/12/08/7-things-to-know-about-the-ohio-heartbeat-bill/
News: An earlier version of this video has been removed because it misidentified John Glenn's political experience. He served as a U.S. senator from Ohio for more than 20 years. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/nation-now/2016/12/08/john-glenn-astronaut-and-senator-dead-age-95/95155500/?utm_source=feedblitz&utm_medium=FeedBlitzRss&utm_campaign=usatoday-newstopstories
News: U赢电竞竞猜This story has been updated to clarify Pope Francis' comments. ;
Travel: An earlier version of the following story misstated guidance about the application fee when wearing glasses in a passport photo results in having to re-reapply for the ID.According to the Department of State, photos can be re-submitted without again paying the fee.http://www.navchy.com/story/travel/roadwarriorvoices/2016/11/03/passport-changes/93166032/
News: After the following story was published, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention clarified and expanded on comments made by Director Tom Frieden regarding how far Zika would spread in the Western Hemisphere. The story has been updated to reflect that.http://www.navchy.com/story/news/2016/11/03/ideas-to-battle-zika/93184672/
Money: An auto review Nov. 4 about the 2017 Lincoln Continental misidentified who wrote the piece. It was USA TODAY Network writer Mark Phelan of the Detroit Free Press.
News: A State-by-State page item Tuesday about an arrest of a man who dropped manure in front of county Democratic headquarters misidentified the state where the incident happened. It was in Delaware.
USA TODAY College: A previous version of this article misstated Colorado College's acceptance rate. http://college.navchy.com/2016/10/14/the-best-colleges-in-each-state-based-on-dining-hall-food/
Life: A headline Monday that accompanied highlights from a Facebook Live Q&A with Jodi Picoult misspelled the author’s first name.
Life: A Thursday story in the Butterfly edition about Oscar-worthy work by diverse talent incorrectly identified Jovan Adepo and Jacob Latimore.
Money:An earlier version of the following story stated the conversion of the measurement unit ug/L incorrectly. http://www.navchy.com/story/money/2016/10/27/drugged-driving-dui-nhtsa-auto-safety/92678186/
Money: An info box accompanying review of the Nissan Rogue Hybrid in Friday's paper had incorrect information about the vehicle's gas mileage. Mileage is expected to be rated at 33 miles per gallon in city driving, 35 mpg on the highway and 34 mpg combined.
USA TODAY College: The following student contributor’s story has been updated and rewritten to correct several errors of fact. The story also contained misleading statements and direct quotes that have been edited or removed to set the record straight. http://college.navchy.com/2016/10/26/voteplz-cash-prizes-millennials-registered-vote/
Money: An Oct. 28 review of the Nissan Rogue Hybrid had incorrect information about the vehicle’s gas mileage. Mileage is expected to be rated at 33 miles per gallon in city driving, 35 mpg on the highway and 34 mpg combined."
Sports: An earlier version of the headline that accompanied the following story and a related tweet misidentified the criminal charges against J.J. Worton. http://www.navchy.com/story/sports/nfl/2016/10/28/jj-worton-suspended-six-games-assault-battery/92887106/
USA TODAY College: An earlier version of this story misspelled Jonathon Ng’s first name. http://college.navchy.com/2016/10/24/interview-irish-eden/
Life:An earlier version of this story misidentified Jenner. http://www.navchy.com/story/life/entertainthis/2016/10/25/gigi-hadid-kendall-jenner-add-dramatic-flair-justin-biebers-baby/92745716/
Life: An Oct. 23 holiday movie preview incorrectly characterized an anthropomorphic character in Sing. Buster is a koala.
Opinion:An earlier version of this headline misidentified the party of the author. http://www.navchy.com/story/opinion/nation-now/2016/10/26/donald-trump-republican-party-future-column/92725770/
Opinion: An earlier version of this story misidentified the university attended by Mario Salinas. http://www.navchy.com/story/opinion/voices/2016/10/24/voices-salinas-latino-vote-houston/92014386/
Tech: An earlier version gave the incorrect as-reported revenue and net income and corrects the team coached by Bill Belichick. http://www.navchy.com/story/tech/news/2016/10/20/microsoft-reports-first-quarter-earnings/92470978/
USA TODAY College: An earlier version of the story below misidentified Amie Kurtz. We provided a different name in the original version. http://college.navchy.com/2016/10/21/effects-of-bullying-felt-in-college/
News: An earlier version of this story misidentified the location of Alturas. It is in California. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/nation-now/2016/10/19/sheriffs-deputy-fatally-shot-northern-california/92445038/
Life: A Tuesday Life report about actors directing their first films incorrectly identified the actress in a movie photo from ‘American Pastoral.’ She is Hannah Nordberg.
Money:A previous version of the cost-of-living chart accompanying this story incorrectly listed percentage changes. http://www.navchy.com/story/money/personalfinance/2016/10/18/social-security-cola-medicare-premiums-cost-of-living/92051378/
News: An Oct. 17 video about Hillary Clinton emails released by WikiLeaks did not meet USA TODAY’s sourcing standards and was removed from the website. Information that should have been attributed to The Washington Times was supplied to USA TODAY by Wibbitz, a video content provider.
News: An earlier version of this item about the American League Championship Series misstated the last time the series was in Canada. The error has since been removed. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/2016/10/17/5-things-you-need-know-monday/91863664/
Life: An earlier version of this report misidentified Charlie Daniels' fellow Country Music Hall of Fame inductees. They are Randy Travis and Fred Foster.http://www.navchy.com/story/life/music/2016/10/12/charlie-daniels-emotional-latest-award/91943734/
Money: Salsarita's Fresh Cantina did not offer a promotion for National Taco Day in 2016. http://www.navchy.com/story/money/business/2016/10/04/ol-food-deals-promotions-abound-national-taco-day/91510812/
News: An earlier version of this post misstated which online dictionary was the source of the debate analysis. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/politics/onpolitics/2016/10/10/trump-clinton-debate-words-dictionary/91856808/
Life: In some editions of Monday's Life section, the TV grid for Pacific Time listed shows for the wrong day.
News:An earlier version of the video caption that accompanied the following story misstated how customers are responding financially to health insurance plans. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/politics/2016/10/04/25-million-people-missing-out-obamacare-tax-credits/91532978/
News:A previous version of“5 things you need to know Tuesday”misstated the date that the Supreme Court will hear arguments in the Samsung-Apple case. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/2016/10/04/5-things-you-need-know-tuesday/91158518/
News: An earlier version of the following story referenced a Newsweek report that the magazine has since corrected. The citation of that story has since been removed from this post. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/politics/onpolitics/2016/09/22/clinton-trump-russian-business-ties-putin/90847608/
News: Sept. 26 presidential debate video footage, provided to USA TODAY through a television pool, has been deleted from our platforms in compliance with a sharing agreement with the content provider.
News: A previous version of this story misstated the name of the think tank Dov Maimon works with. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/world/2016/09/28/french-jewish-community-anti-semitism-israel/91217480/
News: An earlier version of this report misstated Colin Poole's professional title. http://ux-origin.navchy.com/story/news/world/2016/09/28/rangers-risk-lives-save-endangered-tigers/90688536/
College: We mistakenly tagged the wrong Wheaton College in this tweet. It is @wheaton http://twitter.com/USATODAYcollege/status/778967270936698880
Sports: The magic number in Monday’s sportsline on page 1C included the incorrect number of schools in the Southeastern Conference. There are 14.
News: An earlier version of this story misidentified the year a pipeline explosion occurred in New Mexico. It occurred in 2000. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/2016/09/26/natural-gas-export-terminal-brownsvville-texas/90941626/
Money: An earlier versivon of this column did not make clear that a consent order regarding 2 million accounts in question specified that they may or may not have been opened without the customer's knowledge. http://www.navchy.com/story/money/2016/05/31/delamaide-wall-street-reform-bid-rings-hollow/85190792/
Money: Wells Fargo was fined by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau for opening more than 2 million accounts that may not have been authorized. The exact number is unknown. http://www.navchy.com/story/money/2016/09/25/ex-wells-fargo-employees-sue-over-scam/91079158/
Life: An earlier version of this report misspelled Jennifer Aniston’s mother’s name. http://www.navchy.com/story/life/entertainthis/2016/09/17/aniston-storks-stars-talk-birds-and-bees/90594196/
Sports: A previous version of this post incorrectly stated Mark Dantonio's name.http://www.navchy.com/story/sports/ftw/2016/09/24/michigan-state-coach-mike-dantonio-vanishes-into-thin-air-in-perfectly-timed-video/91039192/
News: An earlier version of this story misstated the victim's last name. It has since been corrected. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/nation/2016/09/21/charlotte-police-man-killed-officers-holding-gun-not-book/90774106/
Sports: A previous version of this story misstated the name of the alleged victim's attorney. It is Jeff Herman. http://www.navchy.com/story/sports/ncaaf/2016/09/21/report-ex-auburn-player-apologized-texts-woman-accusing-him-rape/90795904/
USA TODAY College: An earlier version of the story below misidentified how King Hall is used. It houses the campus NPR radio station, the campus newspaper, and other offices and classrooms. http://college.navchy.com/2016/09/21/racist-graffiti-spurs-disgust-protest-at-eastern-michigan-university/
Life:An earlier version of this story misrepresented the name of Stephen Colbert's show. http://www.navchy.com/story/life/entertainthis/2016/09/20/chris-pratt-misses-when-he-was-fat-anna-faris-stephen-colbert/90726790/
News: An earlier version of this post had the incorrect number of states in which Concerned Veterans operates. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/politics/onpolitics/2016/09/16/charles-koch-network-reorganizes-ground-operations/90508206/
Tech: A previous version of this story misstated the day the free download for Apple's IOS 10 mobile operating system will be available. http://www.navchy.com/story/tech/news/2016/09/08/iphone-7-launch-what-you-need-know/89983380/
News: An earlier version of this story misspelled the mayor of Calais' last name. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/world/2016/09/15/wall-calais-migrants-jungle/90322548/
News: An earlier version of the following story, which included Twitter and Facebook posts, misstated the source of the statement from Donald Trump's campaign.http://www.navchy.com/story/news/politics/onpolitics/2016/09/15/trump-obama-birthplace/90444486/?hootPostID=3d647e627f6c45e648c84a5919e8d7d4
News:An earlier version of the following story mischaracterized how long Israel and Syriahave technically been in a state of war.
News:U赢电竞竞猜 An earlier version of the following On Politics post story misstated the state where Chris Christie is governor.
News: An earlier version of the following story misstated when quote #58 was made. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/politics/onpolitics/2016/06/14/donald-trump-70-birthday-quotes/85619552/
News:An earlier version of the following story about a mass shooting at an Orlando nightclub misstated conditions for blood donations. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/2016/06/12/orlando-blood-bank-crisis-waives-gay-donation-restrictions/85789648/
News: An earlier version of the following map about a mass shooting at an Orlando nightclub, which was shared on Twitter, misstated the number of fatalities.http://twitter.com/USATODAY/status/742052263728975872
Life: An earlier version of the following story misidentified the killer(s) of actress Sharon Tate. http://www.navchy.com/story/life/people/2016/06/11/9-celebrities-who-were-murdered/85751958/.
News: A photo caption June 5 accompanying a story about rising home prices inaccurately identified the location of Monterey Park, Calif. It is a suburb of Los Angeles.
News:A story June 4 about a Mideast peace meeting in Paris mischaracterized why Israel and the Palestinian Authority did not attend. They were not invited because it was a preliminary discussion about restarting direct talks.
Opinion: An earlier version of the following column included an incorrect photo. http://www.navchy.com/story/opinion/2016/06/09/gilkey-tamanna-killed-afghanistan-npr-terrible-cost--column/85611840/
Money: An auto review June 3 misstated the size of the McLaren 570S' engine. The engine is 3.8 liters.
Life: An earlier version of the following June 3 video, posted on Facebook, about stars who passed from overdose misstated the year for Prince died. http://www.navchy.com/story/life/people/2016/06/02/celebrities-who-have-died-addiction/85314450/
News: A previous version of the following article failed to explain that Israel and the Palestinian authority were not invited to the session.http://www.navchy.com/story/news/world/2016/06/03/french-led-middle-east-peace-talks-begin-minus-israel-palestinians/85338064/
Money: A story June 3 on Walmart’s grocery strategy incorrectly referenced the company’s grocery sales last year. Grocery sales made up roughly $167.1 billion of $298.4 billion in domestic revenue in 2015.
News: An earlier version of the chart in the following Twitter post listed incorrect numbers for job gains in March and April. http://twitter.com/USATODAY/status/738729552738942976
USA TODAY College: A previous version of the following story misidentified the funding source for the five winning XQ: The Super School Project teams.http://college.navchy.com/2016/05/24/students-challenged-to-create-the-super-high-school-of-the-future/
News: A previous version of the following article failed to make clear that the Palestinian Authority only governs portions of the West Bank. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/world/2016/05/24/facebook-incitement-posts-lead-arrests-israel/84603130/
Life: An earlier version of the following story misstated the role played by Justin Cornwell in CBS' remake of Training Day. http://www.navchy.com/story/life/tv/2016/06/01/analysis-network-tv-shows-have-eye-diversity/85195392/
News: An earlier version of the following tweet had the wrong front-page image attached.http://twitter.com/USATODAY/status/737592072836775938
News: A May 29 story about ongoing legal and legislative battles over LGBT rights a year after the Supreme Court legalized gay marriage misidentified the Alabama official at the center of a dispute there. It is the state’s chief justice, Roy Moore
Sports: A May 27 For the Win video, featured on Facebook, about a 6-month-old Zyla St. Onge becoming the youngest water skier ever misidentified her father, Keith. The video also mischaracterized his championship record.
News: An earlier version of the following story misstated the number of American POWs who died in Japanese camps during World War II. There were more than 10,000 Americans who died.http://www.navchy.com/story/news/world/2016/05/27/obama-visit-hiroshima-bomb-site-pledges-no-apology/85022938/
Life: An earlier version of the following story misspelled the name of the W Hotels Worldwide pastry chef. http://www.navchy.com/story/life/entertainthis/2016/05/26/hodor-bran-hold-the-door-kristian-nairn-isaac-hempstead-wright-game-of-thrones/84963470/
Sports: The following Twitter post was updated to correct information about the NHL game winner. http://twitter.com/USATODAY/status/736059195364016132
Opinion: An early version of the following misidentified the 1968 Democratic Party presidential nominee.http://www.navchy.com/story/opinion/2016/05/25/donald-trump-protests-riots-fort-wayne-rnc-convention-elections-2016-column/83989024/
Tech:An earlier version of the following story misstated the states where Pazoo Labs performs its marijuana testing.http://www.navchy.com/story/news/2016/05/21/dea-could-reschedule-marijuana-allowing-doctors-conduct-more-research/84670716/
Life:An earlier version of the following report misidentified Sophie Turner’s character on ‘Game of Thrones.’ http://www.navchy.com/story/life/movies/2016/05/25/women-x-men-apocalypse/84842846/
USA TODAY College: A previous version of the following article misstated how funds from the Office of Diversity of Inclusion would be allocated.http://college.navchy.com/2016/05/23/state-law-defunds-u-of-tennessees-office-of-diversity-and-inclusion/
Life:An earlier version of the following story did not make it clear that Ricky Diaz is the spokesman for North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory's re-election campaign, not the governor's office itself.http://www.navchy.com/story/life/music/2016/05/20/maroon-5-joins-north-carolina-boycott-over-hb-2/84648930/
Life:An earlier version of the following story attributed the celebration incorrectly to another late-night series.http://www.navchy.com/story/life/entertainthis/2016/05/21/witness-bryan-cranstons-super-sweet-60th-b-day-bash/84702012/
USA TODAY College: An earlier story version misstated the date the Blue Lives Matter display was posted.http://college.navchy.com/2016/05/20/black-vs-blue-dartmouth-activists-spark-controversy-over-blue-lives-matter/
Sports:NASCAR schedule page incorrectly listed three race winners this season. The race winners for the Can-Am Duel At Daytona 2 (Kyle Busch), the Folds of Honor QuikTrip 500 (Jimmy Johnson) and the Duck Commander 500 (Kyle Busch) have been corrected. Here's a link to the schedule:http://www.navchy.com/sports/nascar/schedule/.
Life: In a photo caption May 10, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. star Ming-Na Wen was misidentified.
Life: Ryan Gosling was misidentified in an earlier version of the following story.http://www.navchy.com/story/life/movies/2016/05/16/russell-crowe-brought-regular-guy-chic-cannes/84432550/
News:An earlier version of the map accompanying the following story misidentified Colorado.http://www.navchy.com/story/news/2016/05/13/when-smuggling-colo-pot-not-even-skys-limit/83623226/. The map also appeared on Facebook.
News: A previous version of the following story misidentified the schools where Mike Davison attended and taught.http://www.navchy.com/story/news/world/2016/05/12/buena-vista-social-club-farewell-tour-cuba/84283146/
Tech:A story May 11 story about stand alone, voice-activated digital assistants misspelled the title of the Austrian remote control firm for which Regina Bernhaupt is head of research. The company’s name is Ruwido. The story also incorrectly named the three devices sold by Amazon, which include its Alexa Voice Service. They are the Echo, the Tap and the Dot.
Life: A Lifeline item May 10 about the engagement of Oscar winner Brie Larson misidentified her in the accompanying image.
Money: A headline May 2 that accompanied a story about personal digital assistants misidentified the company creating a new digital assistant called Viv. Viv was developed by the creators of Siri.²
Life:The birth date of Britain’s Princess Charlotte was incorrect in a May 8 Celebrity Superlatives column. It is May 2.
Money: An earlier version of the following story misspelled Michael Samer’s last name.http://www.navchy.com/story/money/business/small%20business/2016/05/04/small-business-week-invest-in-your-business/83870928/
Opinion: An earlier version of the following column mischaracterized a meeting between then-Sen. Barack Obama and Gen. David Petraeus. http://www.navchy.com/story/opinion/2016/05/04/iraq-syria-navy-seal-isil-islamic-state-u-s-troops-column/83889964/
News: An earlier version of the following 5 Things to Know item misstated the year of the Mexican army's victory over France at the Battle of Puebla. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/2016/05/05/5-things-you-need-to-know-thursday/83832516/
News: A photo caption May 3 accompanying a story about global-tour flights of Solar Impulse 2 misidentified the San Francisco bridge the solar-powered plane flew over during its takeoff. It is the Bay Bridge.
News: A photo caption May 3 about three recently discovered planets misstated a comparison of temperatures on Earth and Venus. They are vastly different.
Life: A photo and video accompanying the following Aug. 11, 2015, story did not follow USA TODAY’s copyright standards and have since been removed. http://www.navchy.com/story/life/2015/08/11/princess-diana-wedding-snaps-sale/31462411/
News: An earlier version of the following USA TODAY tweet misidentified the winner of the Indiana Democratic primary: http://twitter.com/USATODAY/status/727668215661383680
Life: An earlier version of the following Entertain This! post incorrectly referenced the “cognitive dress” designed by Marchesa and IBM Watson. This version has been updated. http://www.navchy.com/story/life/entertainthis/2016/05/02/claire-danes-wore-light-up-cinderella-dress-met-gala/83858594/
Money: An earlier version of the following story misstated the role of Jim Mesterharm in Walter Energy's restructuring.http://www.navchy.com/story/money/2016/04/19/coal-industry-energy-fallout/82972958/
Life: An April 29 “In theaters this weekend” chart misspelled ‘Keanu’ star Jordan Peele’s name.
News: An earlier version of the following Voices column misspelled Pete Townshend's last name.http://www.navchy.com/story/opinion/voices/2016/04/28/voices-swinging-london-observes-50th-birthday/83644908/
Sports: A previous version of the following column included an incorrect first name for David Carr, the quarterback taken by the Houston Texans in the 2002 draft. http://www.navchy.com/story/sports/columnist/nancy-armour/2016/04/28/quarterbacks-jared-goff-carson-wentz-los-angeles-rams-philadelphia-eagles-nfl-draft/83678236/
Money:An earlier version of the following story didn’t include one of the parties that contributed to the renovation of the Outback Steakhouse. http://www.navchy.com/story/money/2016/04/29/small-business-week-invest-in-your-success/83592196/
Life: An earlier version of the following story misidentified one of the sources. Bob Charron is a CPA and partner at Friedman LLP, a New York-based tax firm.http://www.navchy.com/story/life/music/2016/04/29/could-paisley-park-become-prince-museum-maybe-not/83651588/
Opinion:An earlier version of the following editorial mischaracterized participation in organized tackle football for ages 6 to 14. Participation dipped in 2014 but rebounded in 2015.http://www.navchy.com/story/opinion/2016/04/27/nfl-draft-brain-concussions-cte-editorials-debates/83612142/
Life: An earlier version of the following story had the wrong album title, and misstated the total figure of Martina McBride’s album sales.http://www.navchy.com/story/life/music/2016/04/26/restless-martina-mcbride-returns-country-roots/83520820/
Life: The following report has been updated to remove a listing about the financial status of entertainer-turned-politician Sonny Bono following his death. Information, provided by other media sources, could not be confirmed. http://www.navchy.com/story/life/people/2016/04/26/6-legendary-stars-who-died-without-wills/83550424/
News: An earlier version of the following story misstated the year North Carolina voted Democratic in the presidential race.http://www.navchy.com/story/news/politics/elections/2016/04/26/primary-analysis-trump-clinton-sanders-republican-democrat/83565430/
Money: An earlier version of the following story misstated who was involved in talks facilitated by the Advanced Energy Institute. http://www.navchy.com/story/money/columnist/2016/04/24/can-ny-solar-electric-deal-recharge-us-green-energy-effort/83393122/
Money:A chart accompanying the following story about aging CEOs who remain in the job misidentified the CEO of PPG Industries. Michael McGarry, age 58, is president and CEO and did not make the list.http://www.navchy.com/story/money/business/2016/04/19/older-ceos-issue-knowing-when-bow-out/83114728/
USA TODAY College: A previous version of the following article misstated the percentage of University of Missouri graduate students who voted to unionize. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/politics/onpolitics/2016/04/20/ben-carson-harriet-tubman-dollar-two-twenty/83301140/
Life:The following Entertain This! post has been updated because an earlier version misstated when the photo of JoJo Fletcher was taken.http://www.navchy.com/story/life/entertainthis/2016/04/20/first-look-jojo-fletcher-new-bachelorette-season-12/83285900/?djakfdsh
News: An earlier version of the following On Politics post misstated the last issuance of the $2 bill. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/politics/onpolitics/2016/04/20/ben-carson-harriet-tubman-dollar-two-twenty/83301140/
News: A previous version of the following story misstated the nature of the data Mitsubishi Motors said its staff falsified.http://www.navchy.com/story/money/cars/2016/04/20/mitsubishi-motors-staff-falsified-emissions-test-data/83269186/
USA TODAY College: A previous version of this article misidentified the number of bags removed from the Southwest flight Makhzoomi had planned to take. http://college.navchy.com/2016/04/19/calif-student-pulled-off-southwest-airlines-my-crime-was-i-spoke-arabic/
USA TODAY College: A previous version of the following story misidentified the university Sammie Clemmey attends.http://college.navchy.com/2016/04/16/5-college-students-who-owned-the-spotlight-this-election-season/
News: An earlier version of the following story and video misstated the country where some veterans who suffer from PTSD served. Story: http://www.navchy.com/story/news/nation-now/2016/04/14/veteran-service-dogs-puppies/83025008/ Video: http://www.navchy.com/videos/news/2016/04/15/82977322/
Life:An earlier version of the following story misstated where The Birth of a Nation trailer debuted. The story also originally misstated the song version of “Strange Fruit.”http://www.navchy.com/story/life/movies/2016/04/15/watch-first-trailer-for-the-birth-of-a-nation/83088046/?=sdfsdf
Money: A column April 11 by Maria Bartiromo about Royal Caribbean misidentified the title of the company’s executive who was interviewed. Adam Goldstein is chief operating officer.
Tech: The following columns and associated work by independent contributor Jessica Naziri have been removed or edited to an abbreviated story version following an internal review of a claim that the writer provided some information perceived to be independently gathered but was taken from other sources without credit. We've provided the first two paragraphs of columns for context only.
USA TODAY places high importance on trust, which includes clear sourcing and attribution standards. We regret any inconvenience to you, our readers.
News:An earlier version of the following On Politics post contained an incorrect date for the New York primary.http://www.navchy.com/story/news/politics/onpolitics/2016/04/13/tump-gop-primary-rules-stacked-against-me/82966816/
Money: An earlier version of the following story below included an incorrect stock quote for Norfolk Southern.http://www.navchy.com/story/money/2016/04/11/canadian-pacific-railway-norfolk-southern/82884876/
News: A previous version of the following story misstated the projections of global warming. The Integovernmental Panel of Climate Change projects an increase of about 2 degrees Celsius — or about 3.6 degrees Fahrenheit — from the pre-industrial average. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/politics/2016/04/04/summer-2030-heat-wave-could-kill-11000-white-house-says/82611292/
News: An earlier version of the following On Politics post misstated the date of the next Democratic debate. http://mocux.navchy.com/story/news/politics/onpolitics/2016/04/11/record-pay-attention-me-wyoming/82866356/
Life: A story April 8 about Melissa McCarthy’s new movie ‘The Boss’ gave the wrong location for The Groundlings in a headline. McCarthy met her husband Ben Falcone at the theater and school in Los Angeles.
News: A story April 2 about a federal appeals court ruling on a drug trafficking conviction incorrectly stated the name of the DEA. It is the Drug Enforcement Administration.
News: An earlier version of the following USA TODAY Facebook video post, about a Marine dog honored for animal bravery while in Iraq, mislabeled the dog. http://www.facebook.com/usatoday/videos/10153459788390667/
News: An earlier version of the following story gave the wrong year the U.S. fined UBS more than $500 million. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/world/2016/04/07/panama-papers-leak-prompts-money-laundering-investigation-swiss-banks/82747258/
USA TODAY College: A previous version of the following article misidentified the sponsor of the ‘Just Eat It: A Food Waste Story’ film screening. http://college.navchy.com/2016/04/06/a-look-at-how-campuses-across-the-country-are-celebrating-earth-month/.
Money: A story April 6 about corporate inversions misstated where Markit is based. The data firm is in the United Kingdom.
USA TODAY College: A previous version of the following story misattributed a statement made by Farkhod Gaziev. http://college.navchy.com/2016/03/31/non-americans-chime-in-on-americas-2016-presidential-election/
USA TODAY College: A previous headline accompanying this story misidentified Freedom From Religion Foundation’s affiliation.http://college.navchy.com/2016/04/04/atheists-at-university-of-iowa-protest-creation-of-muslim-prayer-rooms/
News: An April 3 front-page graphic reported preliminary, flawed data on the United States’ literacy ranking in the world. The USA actually ranks seventh; Canada, 11th.
Money: The wrong Alexion company logo appeared with an item about Alexion Pharmaceuticals on the April 1 America's Markets page.
News: An April 4 story about the Panama Papers leak misstated the number of world leaders linked to offshore holdings. The documents identify 12 current or former leaders and 60 family members or associates.
Life: An earlier version of the headline accompanying the following story misspelled Jolene. http://www.navchy.com/story/life/entertainthis/2016/04/03/katy-perry-and-dolly-parton-sang-joelene-acm-awards/82597598/
Money: A story March 29 about raising California's minimum wage to $15 an hour should have made clear that California is the nation's largest state by population and workforce.
News: A March 5 Arizona Republic story about scorpion stings on the rise in Arizona was removed from USA TODAY’s website. Upon further review, the story did not meet USA TODAY NETWORK’s journalistic standards.
News: An earlier version of the following story misstated the status of Jason van Dyke’s court proceedings. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/2016/03/31/reports-police-hires-cop-who-shot-laquan-mcdonald-work-janitor/82469072/
News: A previous version of the following article incorrectly identified the group involved in protests in Janesville, Wis. this week. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/2016/03/29/girl-pepper-sprayed-groped-outside-wisconsin-trump-rally/82397848/
Money: An earlier version of the following story gave the incorrect pricing for the 9.7-inch iPad Pro. http://www.navchy.com/story/tech/columnist/baig/2016/03/30/small-ipad-pro-powerful-pricey-but-no-laptop-alternative/82421786/
Tech:An earlier version of the following story incorrectly identified Amazon’s Fire Phone. http://www.navchy.com/story/tech/news/2016/03/28/amazon-echo-turns-into-sleeper-hit-offsetting-fires-failure/82351506/
News: A story March 28 mischaracterized the racial make-up of Hawaii. According to the Census Bureau, the state is 37.5% Asian, 26.7% white, 23% two or more races, 10% native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander and 0.4% American Indian/Alaska native.
News: In some editions March 28,a caption with a story about Americans going back into the labor market misstated the kind of rate that rose to 62.9% since September. It's the U.S. labor force participation rate.
Life: An earlier version of the following report said the actors were engaged. USA TODAY has confirmed with Jessica Lowndes’ manager Adam Goldworm that their social media posts were an early April Fool’s Day prank. http://www.navchy.com/story/life/entertainthis/2016/03/28/jon-lovitz-and-jessica-lowndes-do-not-care-31-year-age-gap-engaged/82338588/
Life: In the entertainment calendar column in some March 27 editions, an incorrect name was given for the band Weezer’s new album (it’s actually not officially titled), and the date given for its upcoming tour was incorrect.
News: A prior version of the following story about Hillary Clinton’s meeting with listeners at the American Israel Public Affairs Committee’s policy conference did not provide a clear description of the attendees. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/politics/elections/2016/2016/03/21/clinton-calls-trump-dangerously-wrong-israel/82072070/
USA TODAY College: An earlier version of the following story misstated UC-David Chancellor Linda Katehi's actions during an “Occupy Davis” protest in 2009. The police force allegedly was solely responsible for the way the protest was broken up. http://college.navchy.com/2016/03/23/uc-davis-students-community-occupy-office-to-firekatehi/
News: In some editions March 21, a headline in an In Brief item was unclear and should have said Donald Trump’s sister and son received threatening letters.
Tech: A story on the death of Andy Grove published on March 21 misstated the year he began work at Intel. He was hired in 1969.
Life: An earlier version of the following story had the wrong title of the song performed by Chris Daughtry. http://www.navchy.com/story/life/tv/columnist/2016/03/20/review-more-passion-than-sense/82059978/
Sports: The following video has been updated to show the correct pair of sneakers held by Demetris Morant. http://www.navchy.com/videos/sports/ncaab/2016/03/17/81909916/
News: An earlier version of the following story misidentified the name of the Aquasana filter. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/nation/2016/03/16/questions-answers-water-filters-lead/81219174/
News: An earlier version of the following story misstated the date of Frank Sinatra Jr.'s death. http://www.navchy.com/story/life/nation-now/2016/03/18/sinatra-jr-apparently-fan-boss/81990896/?csp=mostpopular
Sports: An earlier version of the following photo gallery information misidentified the player with whom Towe created the alley-oop. http://www.navchy.com/picture-gallery/sports/ncaab/2013/03/30/ncaa-basketball-players-you-love-to-hate/1962351/
USA TODAY College: An earlier version of the following story misstated the Bloomberg March Madness championship winner team bet chosen by Goldman Sachs President and COO Gary Cohn.http://college.navchy.com/2016/03/17/march-madness-pool-for-charity-boasts-10000-buy-in/
News: The following Facebook post, referencing a Battle Creek Enquirer story about a lawsuit reported as filed by the suspect in the Kalamazoo, Mich., shootings against Uber, has been updated. The story is a hoax, according to Kalamazoo County Undersheriff Paul Matyas. http://www.facebook.com/usatoday/posts/10153396473110667. The story was also updated, and a related video has been removed from USA TODAY’s website.
News: An article March 15 about Japan's working moms and day care incorrectly stated the political role of the opposition Democratic Party of Japan.
Life: An earlier version of the following story misidentified the agency which accused The Daily Mail of character assassination in the case of British transgender teacher Lucy Meadows. It was the coroner in her case who made those remarks. http://www.navchy.com/story/life/people/2016/03/09/matrix-director-wachowski-comes-out-as-transgender/81520588/
News: A story March 7 about infant mortality misstated physician Janis Orlowski’s title and affiliation. She is the chief health care officer for the Association of American Medical Colleges.
News: An earlier USA TODAY branded tweet misstated as untrue a statement by GOP presidential candidate Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who said that in Ohio, “We’re up over 400,000 jobs.” http://twitter.com/USATODAY/status/705860976441167876
News: An earlier version of the following story did not accurately describe Samuel Willenberg, who is one of the last known survivors. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/world/2016/02/20/samuel-willenberg-last-survivor-treblinka-death-camp-dies-93/80663314/
Life: An earlier version of the following Entertain This! post misidentified Common. http://www.navchy.com/story/life/entertainthis/2016/02/29/aaron-rodgers-totally-won-oscars-red-carpet/81096972/
Tech: An earlier version of the following story misstated the company where Carl Bass serves as CEO. http://www.navchy.com/story/tech/news/2016/03/01/apple-fbi-dispute-looms-over-rsa-cybersecurity-gathering/81004874/
Money: Michael Wolff’s Feb. 28 media column misstated British Prime Minister David Cameron’s political plans if Britain votes to leave the European Union. Cameron has said he will remain in office.
Money: A story Feb. 29 misstated how much Berkshire Hathaway’s additional 1% ownership in four companies raises Berkshire’s portion of their aggregate annual earnings. The correct figure is $500 million.
News: An earlier version of this story misstated Sen. Ted Cruz's campaign schedule. His wife, Heidi Cruz, has events scheduled in the state.http://www.navchy.com/story/news/politics/elections/2016/02/25/texas-primary-cruz-trump-super-tuesday/80879208/
News: An earlier version of the following story misstated the date when Haniyyah Barnes withdrew her guilty plea. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/nation-now/2016/02/25/new-jersey-woman-tossed-traffic-animal-cruelty-death-jail/80920708/
News: A previous version of the following story attributed a quote about the closure of the Guantanamo Bay prison to the wrong source. It was Wells Dixon of the Center for Constitutional Rights who said, "Eventually Guantanamo will close, because everybody will die."http://www.navchy.com/story/news/politics/2016/02/24/obama-cant-close-guantanamo-bay-but-could-empty-it-out/80856734/
Sports: A previous version of the following story misidentified what school Paxton Lynch attended.http://www.navchy.com/story/sports/nfl/2016/02/24/scouting-combine-standout-players-watch/80841294/
News: An earlier version of this story did not clearly describe the relationship of the sun and the black hole. http://www.navchy.com/story/tech/nation-now/2016/02/18/hubble-telescope-s
Tech: An earlier version of the following column incorrectly described the weapons ban. It was the assault weapons ban, which included some semi-automatic weapons. http://www.navchy.com/story/tech/columnist/shinal/2016/02/18/apple-vs-fbi-boils-down-civil-liberties-and-shareholder-value/80548302/
Life: Avery Brundage was an official with the U.S. Olympic Committee in the era shown in the movie Race. He would later become president of the International Olympic Committee. A story Feb. 19 misidentified his title at the time.
News: The following tweet from USA TODAY about militant terror attacks in Tunisia was updated to correct the year referenced. http://twitter.com/USATODAY/status/700658338573504512
Money: An earlier version of this story misstated Pete Letendre's job title. http://www.navchy.com/story/money/2016/02/11/mylan-meda-acquisition/80221856/
Life: An earlier version of this report misspelled DJ Enferno’s name. http://www.navchy.com/story/life/entertainthis/2016/02/12/dj-infernos-remix-peanuts-theme-song-even-ups-snoopys-game/80299830/
News: A graphic Feb. 15 incorrectly reflected grades assigned to three states by USA TODAY regarding teacher background check systems. Washington state received a B, South Dakota received a C and Missouri received a D.
Life: An earlier version of the following story, based on an AP report, attributed a quote from Meryl Streep to the wrong interview question.http://www.navchy.com/story/life/movies/2016/02/11/meryl-streep-berlin-international-film-festival-jury-all-white-diversity-question/80227500/?=a;dlk
News: A story Feb. 15 about Obamacare enrollment misstated the number of insurers on the federal exchange for Alaska. There will still be two through 2016.
News: A previous version of the following story provided the incorrect birth year for Justice Antonin Scalia. He was born in 1936.
Money: An item Jan. 26 on America’s Markets misstated whether there had been a management change at Newmont Mining.
Money: An earlier version of the following story misidentified the country in which automaker Daihatsu is based. http://www.navchy.com/story/money/cars/2016/01/27/toyota-hangs-remain-worlds-top-selling-automaker/79389944/
News:An earlier version of the following story misstated when Philadelphia government offices opened. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/2016/01/26/whacked-blizzard-2016-how-did-major-cities-cope/79351244/
Money: A previous version of the following story misstated the number of people affected by the listeria outbreak. http://www.navchy.com/story/money/2016/01/22/dole-plant-linked-to-listeria-outbreak-one-dies/79178262/
News: An earlier version of the following post misstated Burlington's location. It's in northwestern Vermont.http://www.navchy.com/story/news/politics/onpolitics/2016/01/20/bernie-sanders-paleo-before-paleo-thing/79065692/
News: The name of Dr. Mike Brown, a Caltech scientist, was inadvertently edited out of a Jan. 20 story about the discovery of a possible ninth planet.
Tech: An earlier version of the following story incorrectly stated what was required to use the Amazon Dash Replenishment service. It is available to all Amazon customers, unlike the Dash button which was only available to Amazon Prime members. http://ux.navchy.com/story/tech/news/2016/01/19/amazon-automatic-ordering-dash-replenishment-brother-glucose-meter-ge-washer/78983730/
Life:An earlier version of the following story gave incomplete songwriting credits for 'Hotel California.'http://www.navchy.com/story/life/music/2016/01/18/appreciation-glenn-frey-led-eagles-easy-sound/78976072/
Sports: A photo caption in some Jan. 14 editions misidentified an NBA official. The referee pictured was Ed Malloy.
News: An earlier version of the following Powerball by-the-numbers graphic and an accompanying tweet on USA TODAY’s Twitter account had incorrect information for the $1 million and $2 million winners. They are 73 and 8, respectively. http://www.navchy.com/story/money/nation-now/2016/01/14/powerball-thursday/78779006/ http://twitter.com/USATODAY/status/687777488672571397
Money: An earlier version of the following story incorrectly reported Carl Icahn’s stake in Gannett Co. Inc. He lowered his stake to less than 5%.http://www.navchy.com/story/money/business/2016/01/13/correct-icahn-lowers-stake-gannett/78775856/
Sports: An earlier version of the following story incorrectly referred to the trophy Jordan Spieth won for lowest scoring average. It is the Vardon Trophy.http://www.navchy.com/story/sports/golf/2016/01/11/jordan-spieth-says-hes-nowehere-near-tiger-woods/78659406/
Life: An earlier version of the following story gave an incorrect place of residence for Clint Randall. He lives in Mesa, Ariz. http://www.navchy.com/story/life/movies/2016/01/12/star-wars-force-awakens-cosplay-kylo-ren/77884984/
News: An earlier version of the following On Politics story misattributed a quote protesting NBC's debate criteria. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/politics/onpolitics/2016/01/08/nbc-democratic-debate-criteria-clinton-sanders-omalley/78502784/
News: A Jan. 5 story about Twitter restoring a suspended account of Ammon Bundy, the Nevada rancher leading a group of armed men occupying federal buildings at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon, has been removed. The reporting was based solely on quotes from a Twitter account under Ammon Bundy’s name, and posts on the account now claim it was a parody. We wanted to share our decision with readers in the interest of transparency.http://www.navchy.com/story/news/2016/01/05/twitter-account-oregon-organizer-bundy-suspended/78315656/
News: Previous versions of the following stories included quotes from a Twitter account under Nevada rancher Ammon Bundy’s name. Posts now say the account was a parody.http://www.navchy.com/story/news/nation/2016/01/05/small-oregon-town-supports-ranchers-not-occupation/78299848/ http://www.navchy.com/story/news/nation/2016/01/06/oregon-standoff-leader-compares-effort-rosa-parks/78345968/
News: An earlier version of the following story, as well as a reference to the story in a 5 Things to Know item, misstated the time of the Powerball drawing.http://www.navchy.com/story/news/2016/01/04/as-jackpot-approaches-400-million-10-burning-questions-about-powerball/78257330/
Life: A cover story Jan. 3 mistakenly identified the Downton Abbey character Mr. Carson by the name of the actor who plays him, Jim Carter.
News:A previous version of the following story misstated the country Bahrain severed ties with.http://www.navchy.com/story/news/world/2016/01/04/bahrain-severs-ties-saudi-arabia/78250284/
News: A map Jan. 5 showing Muslim countries that are majority Sunni or Shiite mislabeled Bahrain. It is majority Shiite, with a Sunni-led government.
News: An earlier version of the following story misstated the number of unique donors to Ben Carson’s campaign. The correct number is 600,000, according to Doug Watts, Carson’s former communications director, who resigned. Watts wrote the wrong number in an initial statement. http://www.navchy.com/story/news/politics/onpolitics/2015/12/31/campaign-shake-up-two-top-aides-ben-carson-resign/78131924/