An article on Friday about the deadly shooting at a synagogue in Germany misspelled the surname of the gunman. He is Stephan Balliet, not Balliert.
An article on Friday about the announcement by President Trump that United States forces had killed a Qaeda bomb maker Ibrahim Hassan al-Asiri misstated the year in which a suicide bomber tried to assassinate Saudi Arabia’s crown prince. It was 2009, not 2014.
An article on Page 22 about the actress Kathryn Hahn misstated the number of years that Hahn and her husband, Ethan Sandler, have been married. It is more than 16 years, not more than 25 years. (They have been a couple for more than 25 years.)
An article on Page 42 about the singer Rosalía misstated a detail about her recording contract. She signed with the label Sony Spain in August 2018, and her contract was transferred to Sony’s Columbia Records in May 2019. She did not sign a contract with Sony Music/Columbia.
An article on Page 76 about the writer Ben Lerner misstated the years when he played football. It was in middle school, not high school. And the article misstated the location of an anti-ICE protest in Lerner’s most recent novel, “The Topeka School.” It was Manhattan, not Brooklyn.
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Because of an editing error, an article on Page 2 about campus news misspelled the name of the student newspaper at the University of Kentucky. It is The Kentucky Kernel, not Kernal.
Because of an editing error, an article on Page 2 about Pell Grants misspelled the surname of the managing director of policy at the National Skills Coalition. He is Kermit Kaleba, not Kermit Kalebaof.
Errors are corrected during the press run whenever possible, so some errors noted here may not have appeared in all editions.