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Correction: Women's Marches story
In a story Jan. 19 about women's marches, The Associated Press misidentified the city of Portsmouth as New Hampshire's state capital, which is Concord. The story also said 1 million marched around the world in rallies protesting President Donald Trump's inauguration; global crowd estimates were in the millions....

Correction: Chelsea Manning-Maryland Senate story
BETHESDA, Md. (AP) -- In a story Jan. 18 about Chelsea Manning running for the U.S. Senate in Maryland, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Manning filed in Montgomery County. She filed at the Maryland State Board of Elections in Annapolis....

Correction: Trump-One Year-Media story
RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) -- In a story Jan. 15 about trust in the news media, The Associated Press reported erroneously that a Pew Research Center report was published last month. It was published in December 2016....

Correction: AP Was There-Immaculate Reception story
PITTSBURGH (AP) -- In a story Jan. 14 about the Immaculate Reception game in 1972, The Associated Press erroneously said in the publishable Editor's Note at the end of the story that the touchdown came on the final play of the Raiders-Steelers game. There were 5 seconds left when Harris scored, it was not the final play....

Clarification: Puerto Rico-US-Disaster Aid story
In a story Jan. 12, The Associated Press reported that Florida Sen. Bill Nelson praised the Republican governor for his efforts to get more aid for Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria. The story should have made clear that he was referring to Puerto Rican Gov. Ricardo Rossello....

Correction: Turkey-US story
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) -- In a story on Jan. 12 about a travel advisory warning Turks traveling to the United States, The Associated Press quoted a Turkish Foreign Ministry regarding an incident at Ohio University. In November 2016, a student at Ohio State University, not Ohio University, intentionally drove a car into pedestrians on campus and attacked people with a knife. A corrected version of the story is below:...

Correction: Sears-Liquidity story
NEW YORK (AP) -- In a story Jan. 10 about department store chain Sears Holdings Corp. obtaining new financing, The Associated Press incorrectly quoted Jude Gorman, general counsel at Reorg, a research firm that follows distressed companies. Gorman referred to the "principal" question, not the "principled" question....

Correction: Contaminated Water-Michigan story
LANSING, Mich. (AP) -- In a story Jan. 10 about the state of Michigan filing a lawsuit against a company over chemical contaminants in drinking water, The Associated Press misidentified the company. Its name is Wolverine World Wide, not Wolverine World Wild....

Correction: Alternative Remedies-Oversight story
WASHINGTON (AP) -- In a story Dec. 18 about U.S. crackdown on homeopathic medicines, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the Food and Drug Administration ordered the maker of Zicam to stop marketing several nasal products in 2009. The company voluntarily recalled the products after the FDA issued it a warning letter....

Correction: FAA-Acting Administrator story
WASHINGTON (AP) -- In a story Jan. 5 about Daniel Elwell's appointment as acting administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration, The Associated Press reported erroneously, based on information provided by the Transportation Department, that he was formerly a lieutenant general in the Air Force. The FAA now says Elwell was formerly a lieutenant colonel....


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