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Clarification: Science Says-Too Hot To Fly story
WASHINGTON (AP) -- In a story June 20, The Associated Press reported that airplanes take off and stay aloft because of lift, the force from the movement of air underneath the plane's wings that push it upward. The story quoted a scientist who explained that heat makes air expand and become less dense, reducing the amount of force the air can exert on the wings. The story should have made clear that lift is created by movement of air both above and underneath the plane's wing. The movement of air above the wing creates an area of low pressure. The movement of air below creates an area of high pressure. That difference pulls the plane up....

Correction: OJ Simpson-Parole-Things To Know story
LAS VEGAS (AP) -- In a story June 21 about an upcoming parole hearing for O.J. Simpson, The Associated Press erroneously reported Simpson's age. He is 69. He turns 70 years old on July 9....

Correction: OJ Simpson-Parole story
LAS VEGAS (AP) -- In a story June 20 about a parole hearing date set for O.J. Simpson, The Associated Press erroneously reported Simpson's age. He is 69. He turns 70 years old on July 9....

Correction: Shakespearean Trump-Threats story
NEW YORK (AP) -- In a story June 21 about threats made over a production of Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar," The Associated Press reported erroneously that Bank of America had pulled its sponsorship of the Public Theater. The company withdrew its support from the production of "Julius Caesar," but is still a Public Theater sponsor....

Correction: Pair Dead in Car story
GAITHERSBURG, Md. (AP) -- In a story June 18 about the killing of two teenagers, The Associated Press reported erroneously that they were killed June 12. The teenagers were killed June 5....

Correction: China-Carfentanil story
SHANGHAI (AP) -- In a Feb. 16 story about China banning the synthetic opioid carfentanil, The Associated Press misidentified Yu Haibin as the director of the Office of the National Narcotics Control Committee. He is a division director at the Ministry of Public Security's Narcotics Control Bureau....

Correction: Protest-Sam Houston Statue story
HOUSTON (AP) -- In a story June 10 about a rally in support of a statue of Sam Houston, The Associated Press erroneously reported that Houston was the Republic of Texas' first president. He was its second president, following David G. Burnet, who served as the republic's interim president for several months in 1836....

Correction: AP Explains-Trump-National Monuments story
In an April 26 story about the review of national monuments, The Associated Press reported erroneously the year the Antiquities Act was passed. It was enacted in 1906, not 1908....

Correction: Merchant Marine Academy-Soccer Team story
KINGS POINT, N.Y. (AP) -- In a story June 13 about an investigation of the soccer team at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, The Associated Press erroneously reported the location of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy and the federal agency that oversees the school. The academy is located in New London, Connecticut, not in Rhode Island, and is under the Department of Homeland Security, not the Department of Defense....

Correction: Argentina-Dictatorship Children story
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) -- In a story June 7 about men who committed abuses during Argentina's dictatorship, The Associated Press erroneously reported that some of their children were seeking forgiveness for their fathers' acts. The "Disobedient Stories" groups formed by the men's children are designed to recount their personal histories and denounce their fathers' crimes....