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Correction: Obit--Edward Saylor story
SEATTLE (AP) -- In a story Jan. 29 about the death of Edward Saylor, a Doolittle Raider who flew a risky raid during World War II, The Associated Press erroneously reported the date of the mission. It was April 18, 1942, not April 28, 1942....

Correction: Super Bowl-No More Ad story
In a story Jan. 28 about a domestic violence , The Associated Press misspelled the name of a singer who was quoted. It is American Idol winner Jordin Sparks, not Jordan Sparks....

Correction: Earns-Amgen story
In a story Jan. 27 about drugmaker Amgen's quarterly results, The Associated Press misspelled the name of a drug and misstated the type of cancer another drug treats. The experimental drug is talimogene laherparepvec, not talimogene paherparepvec. Kyprolis treats blood cancer, not bone cancer....

Clarification: Super Bowl-Neon Carnival Party story
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- In a story Jan. 26, The Associated Press reported that the party Neon Carnival, which is held during the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, will host an event two days before the Super Bowl. Neon Carnival is not affiliated with the Coachella festival....

Clarification: Hottest Year story
WASHINGTON (AP) -- In a story Jan. 16, The Associated Press reported that the odds that nine of the 10 hottest years have occurred since 2000 are about 650 million to one. These calculations, as the story noted, treated as equal the possibility of any given year in the records being one of the hottest. The story should have included the fact that substantial warming in the years just prior to this century could make it more likely that the years since were warmer, because high temperatures tend to persist....

Correction: Lebanon-Syrian Refugees story
BEIRUT (AP) -- In a story Jan. 20 about the flow of Syrian refugees into Lebanon, The Associated Press incorrectly quoted the U.N. refugee agency's representative in Lebanon as saying that the number of refugees registered by UNHCR in Lebanon dropped by 44 percent in 2014, compared to the previous year. She said the number increased by 44 percent in 2014 compared with the year before, despite the drop in recent months....

Correction: $2 Million Penny story
DALLAS (AP) -- In a story Jan. 9 about a rare penny sold at auction, The Associated Press, relying on information from Heritage Auctions, reported erroneously that the penny had 13 linking rings on the back symbolizing the 13 original colonies. The coin has 15 linking rings on the back symbolizing the 15 states in the U.S. at the time....

Correction: Drug Boat-Warning Shots story
SAN DIEGO (AP) -- In a story Jan. 19 about U.S. authorities firing warning shots at a suspected drug boat, The Associated Press misidentified the government branch involved. It was a U.S. Customs and Border Protection Office of Air and Marine helicopter crew - not the Border Patrol....

Correction: Christo-Over the River story
CANON CITY, Colo. (AP) -- In a story Jan. 3 about a planned exhibition by the artist Christo, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Christo said the project could proceed as soon as August 2018 if he wins a state court lawsuit. Christo has not specified an exhibition date....

Correction: Lee Enterprises-CFO story
DAVENPORT, Iowa (AP) -- In a story Jan. 17 about the retirement of Lee Enterprises Chief Financial Officer Carl Schmidt, The Associated Press erroneously reported based on a statement from Lee Enterprises that his former employer, Johnson Outdoors, is a component of the SC Johnson Group. Johnson Outdoors is a company owned by the Johnson family. SC Johnson is also owned by the Johnson family, but the companies are not affiliated....