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Correction: Immunity-Q&A story
WASHINGTON (AP) -- In a March 31 story about the process for receiving immunity, The Associated Press in one location erroneously identified Robert Kelner as the attorney for President Donald Trump. He is the lawyer for Michael Flynn, the former national security adviser....

Correction: Shenandoah River-Pollution story
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- In a story April 26 about a report on pollution in the Shenandoah River, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the Virginia Farm Bureau Federation has 3,500 farmer members. The organization says it has approximately 35,000 farmer members....

Correction: Benny Hinn Ministries Raided story
GRAPEVINE, Texas (AP) -- In a story April 26 about a federal raid on the headquarters of Benny Hinn Ministries, The Associated Press erroneously reported the Senate Finance Committee ended a three-year investigation of Hinn and five other television evangelist in 2010 by clearing the six of wrongdoing. The committee had no definitive findings of wrongdoing....

Correction: Confederate General-Tennessee story
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- In a story April 26 about a resolution honoring Nathan Bedford Forrest, The Associated Press reported erroneously the function of a building at Middle Tennessee State University named after the Confederate general. It is an ROTC center, not a dorm....

Correction: Immigrant Crime story
WASHINGTON (AP) -- In a story April 26 about immigrant crime, The Associated Press erroneously identified the title of the federal immigration court system. It is the Executive Office for Immigration Review....

Correction: Africa-Malaria Vaccine story
JOHANNESBURG (AP) -- In a story April 24 about tests in Africa for a malaria vaccine, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the World Health Organization is hoping to wipe out malaria by 2040. In fact, WHO wants to reduce malaria mortality rates by at least 90 percent by 2030....

Correction: Chobani-Alex Jones Lawsuit story
BOISE, Idaho (AP) -- In a story April 24 about Greek yogurt company Chobani suing conspiracy theorist Alex Jones, The Associated Press erroneously reported a headline used in the defamation case. The headline said "Idaho Yogurt Maker Caught Importing Migrant Rapists."...

Correction: Crude Abortion story
CRANDON, Wis. (AP) -- In a story April 21 about a Wisconsin man accused of impregnating an underage girl and performing a crude abortion on her, The Associated Press misspelled the Crandon man's last name. He is Matthew J. Christenson, not Christianson....

Correction: Fact Check-Sessions story
SAN DIEGO (AP) -- In a story April 22 about Attorney General Jeff Sessions' comments on sanctuary jurisdictions and crimes committed by immigrants, The Associated Press reported erroneously that a woman was fatally shot walking home from church in Escondido, California. She was fatally shot driving home from church, not walking....

Clarification: Casino Fight-Tribes story
BOWLER, Wis. (AP) -- In a story April 23 about a dispute over a proposal by the Ho-Chunk Nation to expand a northern Wisconsin casino, The Associated Press reported that in 2015, Gov. Scott Walker refused to give the Menominee Nation permission to build a second casino on trust land in Kenosha after rival tribes complained. Walker blocked the land from being placed in trust, which in turn blocked the casino project....