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Correction: Dwindling Bathhouses story
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- In a story Aug. 23 about the declining number of gay bathhouses The Associated Press reported erroneously that Todd Saporito, the CEO of Ohio-based Flex Spas, ran the Gay Games that were held in Cleveland. Saporito held events at his bathhouse and nightclub in conjunction with the games but was not involved in running the event....

Correction: Emmys-List story
In a story Aug. 26 listing the Emmy Awards winners, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Adam Bernstein won for outstanding directing of a miniseries, movie or dramatic special for "Fargo." Colin Bucksey won the category for "Fargo." Bernstein was also nominated for his direction of "Fargo."...

Clarification: Cooper Union story
NEW YORK (AP) -- In a story Aug. 15, The Associated Press reported that undergraduates at Cooper Union paid tuition before 1902, and that the school then became free. The story should have made clear that while some students paid for classes in the school's early years, it was always free for others. There was no tuition from at least 1902 until graduate students started paying tuition last year....

Correction: Obit-Sperling story
PHOENIX (AP) -- In a story Aug. 25 about death of University of Phoenix founder John Sperling, The Associated Press reported erroneously the day that Sperling died. He died Friday, not Sunday....

Correction: Britain-Obit-Richard Attenborough
LONDON (AP) -- In an obituary Aug. 24 on actor-director Richard Attenborough, The Associated Press erroneously reported that "In Which We Serve," a movie starring Attenborough, won an Oscar for Best Picture in 1942. The film did not win that award - the best picture that year was "How Green Was My Valley."...

Correction: Indonesia-US Woman Dead story
BALI, Indonesia (AP) -- In a story Aug. 16 about the investigation into the killing of a Chicago woman in Indonesia, The Associated Press reported erroneously that police had charged an American couple with murder in connection with the case. Police said they were preparing murder charges against the man and woman....

Clarification: College Football Hall of Fame story
ATLANTA (AP) -- In a story Aug. 22, The Associated Press reported that on a normal business day, no more than 800 guests will be allowed in the new College Football Hall of Fame. The facility will allow up to 800 guests to enter per hour....

Correction: Baby Sitter Killed story
OGDEN, Utah (AP) -- In a story Aug. 21 about an Ogden woman sentenced to prison for her role in the death of her baby sitter, The Associated Press reported erroneously who, according to her attorney, abused the woman in the past. The attorney said she was abused by a previous boyfriend, not a previous husband....

Correction: Oil Spill-Land Conservation story
HOUSTON (AP) -- In a story Aug. 21 about a new state park planned for southeast Texas, The Associated Press erroneously reported the amount of money from a BP and Transocean fund that was used to buy the land. It was $34.5 million, not $32 million. The AP also misidentified the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department's executive director, Carter Smith, as the head of its nonprofit fundraising partner, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation. Lastly, it was the state agency, not the foundation, that estimated that as much as 99 percent of Texas' coastal plain has been lost to agriculture or animal grazing....

Correction: Emirates-Terrorism Law story
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) -- In a story Aug. 20 about a new counter-terrorism law in the United Arab Emirates, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Gulf researcher Nicholas McGeehan works for Amnesty International. He works for Human Rights Watch....