Correction: Music-Eric Clapton story
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- In a story July 24 about Eric Clapton's new album "The Breeze," The Associated Press reported erroneously the first name of singer Don White....

Clarification: Fast Food Workers-Convention story
VILLA PARK, Ill. (AP) -- In a story July 26, The Associated Press reported that Latoya Caldwell, a mother of four from Kansas City, Missouri, who earns $7.50 an hour at a Wendy's restaurant, said she works six days a week to get 40 hours and takes home $435 per paycheck. The story should have made clear Caldwell is paid every two weeks, so the paycheck reflects 80 hours of work....

Correction: Tour de France story
PARIS (AP) -- In a story July 27 about the Tour de France, The Associated Press reported erroneously the number of years it's been since cyclist Marco Pantani died. He died 10 years ago....

Correction: Rural Investment Dollars story
WASHINGTON (AP) -- In a story July 24 about a new rural investment fund announced by the White House, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Colorado-based CoBank is donating $10 billion to a fund for rural investment projects. The bank is making the money available for loans....

Correction: Housing-Clinging to Low Rates story
WASHINGTON (AP) -- In a story July 11 about people who are hesitant to sell their homes and give up their ultra-low mortgage rates, The Associated Press reported erroneously that a rental index compiled by real estate data provider Zillow had risen 19 percent in the past year. In fact, Zillow's index measures how much of a typical renter's income goes toward rent; the index is 19 percent above its historical average....

Correction: Obit-Thomas Berger story
NEW YORK (AP) -- In a story July 22 about the death of author Thomas Berger, The Associated Press erroneously reported that the main character in his novel "Little Big Man" fought with the Cherokees at the Battle of Little Big Horn. He fought with the Cheyenne....

Clarification: GM-Recalls-Rental Cars story
WASHINGTON (AP) -- In a story July 16, The Associated Press reported that General Motors became the first big automaker to support legislation barring rental-car companies from renting or selling vehicles subject to a recall. The story should have specified that current law bans car dealerships only from selling new cars under recall, not used recalled cars....

Correction: Marijuana Research-Professor Fired
TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) -- In a story July 18 about a marijuana researcher who was fired from the University of Arizona, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the university is looking for a new researcher who can raise more money. The study is already funded....

Correction: AP Cuba Appointments story
NEW YORK (AP) -- In a story July 17 about the appointments of a new bureau chief and head of TV news in Cuba, The Associated Press erroneously reported the year of Haiti's devastating earthquake. The earthquake occurred in early 2010, not 2009....

Correction: Switzerland-Obit-Winter story
GENEVA (AP) -- In a story July 17 about the death of Texas blues legend Johnny Winter, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Winter's last performance was on July 12 at the Lovely Days Festival in Wiesen, Austria. His last performance was on July 14 at the Cahors Blues Festival in southwestern France, not July 12 in Austria....

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