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Correction: Obit-Mellon story
In a story April 17 about the death of Matthew Mellon, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Mellon had died at a rehabilitation center in Cancun, Mexico. Police have confirmed that Mellon died in a Cancun hotel room prior to checking into the rehab facility....

Correction: Malaysia-Mahathir Interview story
PUTRAJAYA, Malaysia (AP) -- In a story April 18 based on an interview with former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, The Associated Press reported erroneously that he was Asia's longest-serving political leader when he retired. He was one of the region's longest-serving leaders, but not the longest....

Correction: Great Lakes-Coolant Spill-The Latest story
MACKINAW CITY, Mich. (AP) -- In a story April 17 about a leak of insulation fluid from electric cables in the channel that connects Lake Huron and Lake Michigan, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the fluid contained benzene. The fluid contained a benzene compound, which is different from benzene....

Correction: Missouri Governor-Charity-Timeline story
In an April 17 timeline about the investigation of a charity founded by Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens, The Associated Press misspelled the first name of Sen. Claire McCaskill....

Correction: Venezuela-Chevron Employees Arrested story
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) -- In a story sent April 17 about the arrest of two Chevron employees in Venezuela, The Associated Press misstated the title of a former executive who traveled to Caracas last year to meet with President Nicolas Maduro. Ali Moshiri was president of Chevron's operation in Africa and Latin America, not the company's CEO....

Correction: Barbara Bush-Marriage story
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Correction: Sexual Misconduct-Doctors story
In a story sent April 16 about sexual misconduct by doctors, The Associated Press misspelled the name of a health services researcher with nonprofit advocacy organization Public Citizen. Her name is Azza AbuDagga, not Azza Abbudagga....

Correction: Syria-Destroyed Town story
DOUMA, Syria (AP) -- In a story April 16 about the aftermath of Western airstrikes in the Syrian town of Douma, The Associated Press referred erroneously to the Syrian government as Abbas' government instead of Assad's. It was a reference to Syrian President Bashar Assad....

Correction: Fertility Clinic Failures story
CLEVELAND (AP) -- In a story April 11 about an Ohio fertility clinic, The Associated Press reported erroneously on the status of two doctors. Dr. James Goldfarb will remain director of the University Hospitals Fertility Center and focus on coordinating patient care; he was not replaced as director of the clinic. Dr. James Liu will oversee the clinic's lab, not run the clinic....

Clarification: White House-Visitor Logs story
WASHINGTON (AP) -- In a story April 13, The Associated Press reported that Marlo Lewis and Myron Ebell of the libertarian Competitive Enterprise Institute were challengers of the idea that climate change is man-made. The story should have specified that the two are challengers of the idea that climate change is a crisis that requires drastic action, and that in earlier years they raised questions about whether or how much of climate change was caused by humans....


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