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Correction: Police Shootings-White Sympathy story
MEDFORD, Mass. (AP) -- In a story July 23 about white sympathy for black civil rights issues, The Associated Press erroneously reported the involvement of Ohio mother Lisa Vahey. She is seeking changes at her daughter's high school, not her son's....

Correction: Lawmaker Investigated story
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- In a story July 21 about a lawmaker facing possible expulsion form the Tennessee General Assembly, The Associated Press spelled one legislative leader's first name incorrectly. The lawmaker's name is Glen Casada, not Gled....

Correction: NAACP-Police Slayings story
CINCINNATI (AP) -- In a story July 20 about the NAACP convention in Cincinnati, The Associated Press incorrectly referred to the group's president in several instances. He is Cornell William Brooks....

Correction: Digital Life-Fitness Trackers-Glance story
NEW YORK (AP) -- In a story July 20 about choosing a fitness tracker, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the Fitbit Surge sells for $300. The price is $250....

Correction: Muslim Cleric story
SAYLORSBURG, Pennsylvania (AP) -- In a story July 15 about a Muslim cleric accused of being behind a coup attempt in Turkey, The Associated Press misspelled the Turkish president's first name. He is Recep Tayyip Erdogan, not Recip Tayyip Erdogan....

Correction: AP Explains-Turkey-Muslim Cleric story
In a story July 15 about a Muslim cleric accused of being behind a coup attempt in Turkey, The Associated Press misspelled the Turkish president's first name. He is Recep Tayyip Erdogan, not Recip Tayyip Erdogan....

Correction: South Africa-Climber Dies story
JOHANNESBURG (AP) -- In a story July 18 about a South African climber dying while trying to summit Mount Kilimanjaro, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the mountain is in Kenya. It is in Tanzania....

Correction: Cyprus-Oldest Village story
NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) -- In a story July 12 about Cyprus' oldest village, The Associated Press erroneously reported the village's age. It dates as far back as the 10th millennium B.C., not the 9th century B.C....

Correction: Minuteman Founder-Sentencing story
PHOENIX (AP) -- In a July 11 story about the sentencing of Minuteman founder Chris Simcox, the Associated Press erroneously reported a judge had concluded that letting Simcox personally cross-examine girls he was accused of sexually abusing would cause them emotional distress. The judge made no such ruling, but prosecutors argued letting Simcox pose questions would harm the children. The judge said Simcox had a right to cross-examine the children....



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