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Correction: Nigeria-Boko Haram-Missing Soldiers story
MAIDUGURI, Nigeria (AP) -- In a story Oct. 23 about 83 missing Nigerian soldiers, The Associated Press erroneously quoted senior military officers. The story should have quoted Nigeria's Premium Times newspaper citing senior military officers....

Correction: US--Medical Marijuana-Custody story
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) -- In a story April 11 about a Kansas couple whose children were taken into state custody, The Associated Press erroneously reported that an appellate court found that Raymond Schwab tested positive for methamphetamine and opioids during a court-ordered blood screening last year. The court found Schwab tested positive after a urine screening....

Correction: Oscars-Nicholl Fellowships story
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- In a story Oct. 25 about the film academy's Nicholl Fellowships presentation next month, The Associated Press misspelled the name of a performer. Her name is Alia Shawkat, not Alia Shawka....

Correction: Disruptive Cyberattack-Chinese Firm story
BEIJING (AP) -- In a story Oct. 25 about a Chinese electronics maker's recall of web-connected cameras sold in the U.S., The Associated Press erroneously reported that the company would recall 4.3 million units. The company has not specified how many units would be involved in the recall but a manager said it was likely to be in the thousands....

Clarification: Texas-Border Crime story
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) -- In a story Oct. 22, The Associated Press reported that drunken drivers were among more than 1,800 offenders arrested near the border in 2015 who the Texas Department of Public Safety classified as "high threat criminals." The story should have clarified that DPS does not categorize drunken driving, itself, as a high-threat offense, but suspected drunken drivers who were additionally charged with evading arrest or drug possession were classified as "high-threat."...

Correction: Obit-Lucia Perillo story
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) -- In the headline of an Oct. 23 story about the death of poet Lucia Perillo, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Perillo was a novelist. She was a poet and essayist....

Colombia airline resumes Caracas flights after scare
BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) -- Colombia's flagship airline briefly grounded all flights to Caracas after a Venezuela air force plane flew close to a passenger jet, but the company said Saturday it was resuming service following clarifications from the two governments....

Correction: Russia-US-Space story
MOSCOW (AP) -- In a story Oct. 21 about a Russian capsule successfully reaching the International Space Station, The Associated Press misstated the names of the three astronauts who were already already aboard the station. The new crew joined Anatoly Ivanishin of Russia, American Kate Rubins and Takuya Onishi of Japan, not American Jeff Williams and Russians Oleg Skripochka and Alexey Ovchinin....

Correction: Campaign 2016-Debate story
LAS VEGAS (AP) -- In one version of an Oct. 20 story about the final presidential debate, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Donald Trump "repeatedly" called Hillary Clinton a "nasty woman." Trump did so once....

Correction: LeEco Makes Its Move story
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- In a story Oct. 19 about LeEco's entrance into the U.S. market, The Associated Press erroneously reported the address of the company's online store. It is LeMall.com, not LeWeb.com...