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Colombia airline resumes Caracas flights after scare
BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) -- Colombia's flagship airline briefly grounded all flights to Caracas after a Venezuela air force plane flew close to a passenger jet, but the company said Saturday it was resuming service following clarifications from the two governments....

Correction: Russia-US-Space story
MOSCOW (AP) -- In a story Oct. 21 about a Russian capsule successfully reaching the International Space Station, The Associated Press misstated the names of the three astronauts who were already already aboard the station. The new crew joined Anatoly Ivanishin of Russia, American Kate Rubins and Takuya Onishi of Japan, not American Jeff Williams and Russians Oleg Skripochka and Alexey Ovchinin....

Correction: Campaign 2016-Debate story
LAS VEGAS (AP) -- In one version of an Oct. 20 story about the final presidential debate, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Donald Trump "repeatedly" called Hillary Clinton a "nasty woman." Trump did so once....

Correction: LeEco Makes Its Move story
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- In a story Oct. 19 about LeEco's entrance into the U.S. market, The Associated Press erroneously reported the address of the company's online store. It is LeMall.com, not LeWeb.com...

Correction: Pipeline Protest-Journalists story
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) -- In a story Oct. 19 about North Dakota authorities investigating the alleged harassment of journalists at a Dakota Access pipeline protest encampment, The Associated Press improperly punctuated filmmaker Phelim McAleer's last name. It is McAleer, not Mcaleer....

Correction: T25-W Michigan-Akron story
AKRON, Ohio (AP) -- In a story Oct. 15 about the Western Michigan-Akron college football game, The Associated Press, based on information from the Western Michigan coach and television announcers, reported erroneously how Akron players destroyed an oar before the game to Western Michigan's "Row the Boat" motivational mantra. Akron officials say an oar was broken into pieces, not burned....

Correction: Tire Recalls story
In a story Oct. 15 about a recall of defective tires made by GITI Tire and Continental Tire, The Associated Press reported erroneously that it affected about 265,000 vehicles. The recall affects about 265,000 tires, not vehicles....

Correction: Black Woman Arrested-Texas story
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) -- In a story Oct. 14 about a black woman's lawsuit against a white Austin police officer who threw her to the ground during a traffic stop, The Associated Press erroneously reported that a federal judge had dismissed the case. The judge dismissed the portion of Breaion King's lawsuit against the city of Austin but left intact the portion against the officer, Bryan Richter....

Correction: Police Scanners-Access story
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) -- In a story Oct. 11 about police and fire departments turning off encryption to their main dispatching channels, The Associated Press reported erroneously the police department where Eddie Reyes, deputy chief of Amtrak police, used to work. Reyes once worked for police in Alexandria, Virginia, not Arlington, Virginia....

Correction: Dentist Indicted story
In a story Oct. 11 about a dentist who was indicted on sex abuse charges, The Associated Press reported erroneously which agency sent out the information about the case. A news release on the indictment came from a spokesman for the U.S. Attorney's Office, not from the D.C. Superior Court....