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Thursday, August 26, 2004; Page A02

An article in today's District Extra, which was printed in advance, incorrectly said that McKinley Technology High School would hold an open house this evening for parents to tour the restored building. The open house was held Aug. 16.

An Aug. 25 article about the investigation into whether Bush administration officials leaked the identity of undercover CIA officer Valerie Plame incorrectly described a previous Post report on the subject. The October 2003 article said that an administration official, not White House officials, provided information about the operative to a Post reporter in July 2003.

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An Aug. 25 article on oil and gas drilling in the West misstated the rate and acreage of leasing under the Bush administration. The current administration has issued 24 percent fewer leases than the Clinton administration did, encompassing 10 percent fewer acres.

A photo caption accompanying a profile in the Aug. 25 Style section misspelled the last name of Rep. Ike Skelton (D-Mo.).

An Aug. 25 Business article incorrectly reported the time frame covered in a settlement between the Securities and Exchange Commission and seven investment banking firms over charges of failing to disclose payments. The conduct occurred from 1999 to 2002, not 2003. The article also incorrectly said that failure to disclose such payments violates SEC rules; it is a violation of securities laws.

An Aug. 23 article on the military trials of suspected terrorists being held in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, named the wrong former FBI director as one of the experts who advised the Bush administration on rules for the trials. William H. Webster provided the advice, not William S. Sessions.

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