Correction: 10 Things to Know-Friday story
In a story May 28 about former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert being indicted, The Associated Press misidentified his party affiliation. He is a Republican, not a Democrat....

Correction: Plane Crash-Drinking story
MELBOURNE, Fla. (AP) -- In a story May 28 about a pilot who smelled of alcohol, The Associated Press reported erroneously the structure his small plane hit while taxiing. The plane hit a shed containing an antenna, not a communication tower....

Correction: Norway-Myanmar-Rohingya story
COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) -- In a story May 28 about Nobel Peace Prize winners calling for an end to persecution of Myanmar's Rohingya Muslims, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the appeal came at the end of a three-day conference organized by the Norwegian Burma Committee. There were two conferences over the three days, one organized by a coalition of international groups and the other by the Norwegian Burma Committee. The appeal by the Nobel Peace Prize winners was made Tuesday during the conference organized by the international groups, but not announced until they put out a statement Thursday....

Correction: Obit-U2 Tour Manager story
NEW YORK (AP) -- In a story May 27 about the death of veteran U2 tour manager Dennis Sheehan, The Associated Press reported erroneously that his death came just hours after the band kicked off its latest tour. In fact, his death came just hours after the band kicked off the Los Angeles portion of its latest tour....

Correction: Forgotten Souls story
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- In a story May 22 about a military ceremony for 21 long-deceased former patients of Oregon's state psychiatric hospital, The Associated Press reported erroneously that one of them, Arthur B. Hunter, was a Civil War veteran who was born in 1877. Hospital officials say there is a great deal of uncertainty about the past of Arthur Hunter who died there in 1931, including whether he served in the Civil War, although he told hospital staff he did. Hospital officials are certain he had been in the military. The Civil War ended in 1865....

Correction: FBI Agent Wounded story
NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- In a story May 26 about the wounding of an FBI agent during the rescue of a kidnapped child in Louisiana, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the kidnapping suspect was shot and killed by a member of an FBI task force. Police in the suspect's hometown said the suspect died, but they did not say who killed him....

Clarification: Arctic Drilling Protests story
BELLINGHAM, Wash. (AP) -- In a story May 23, The Associated Press, relying on information from the Backbone Campaign group, reported that an activist chained to a support ship that is part of Royal Dutch Shell's exploratory oil drilling plans was named Chiara Rose. The story should have included her full name, which is Chiara Rose D'Angelo....

Correction: Earns-Liberty Media story
ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) -- In a story May 8 about Liberty Media's earnings -- generated by Automated Insights using data from Zacks Investment Research -- the Associated Press reported erroneously the company's stock performance over the last 12 months. At that time, Liberty Media shares had risen 10.6 percent over the last 12 months....

Correction: Air Force Station-Crash story
HONOLULU (AP) -- In a story May 20 about the death of a second Marine during a training exercise in Hawaii, The Associated Press, relying on information from the 15th Marine Expeditionary Unit, erroneously reported the hometown of Lance Cpt. Matthew Determan. He was from Ahwatukee, Arizona, not Maricopa....

Correction: Obit-Bruce Lundvall story
NEW YORK (AP) -- In a story May 20 about the death of jazz recording executive Bruce Lundvall, The Associated Press erroneously reported that Lundvall failed to regain consciousness after surgery. In fact, he regained consciousness prior to his death. The story also inaccurately stated Lundvali left Blue Note Records in 2010. Rather, he remained with the label as chairman emeritus....

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