Tuesday, July 13, 2004; Page A02
A story in the July 12 Sports section should have indicated that the top four finishers in the men's 100-meter dash at the U.S. Olympic trials were separated by eight-hundredths of a second.
A story in the July 11 Sports section should have indicated that Katie Hoff won the 400-meter individual medley at the U.S. Olympic swimming trials.
The Web Watch column in the July 11 Business section misstated the name of a new business partner of the Evite Web service. The company is TicketWeb, not TicketNow.
A July 10 story on a new Senate report on intelligence failures said that former ambassador Joseph C. Wilson IV told his contacts at the CIA that Iraq had tried to buy 400 tons of uranium from the African nation of Niger in 1998. In fact, it was Iran that was interested in making that purchase, but no contract was signed, according to the report.
The July 10 Names and Faces column in Style incorrectly indicated that Scott Weiland, lead singer of Velvet Revolver, would be absent from the band while he attends court-ordered drug rehabilitation. Weiland will complete a six-month drug aftercare program but plans to tour with the band in August.
An article in the July 7 Business section incorrectly identified the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's biggest victory in a sex-discrimination complaint as a $34 million settlement with Mitsubishi Motor Manufacturing of America Inc. In 1997, the EEOC settled a sex-discrimination case with Publix Super Markets Inc. for $81.5 million.
The June 12 Politics column quoted Sen. John Cornyn (R-Tex.) discussing gay marriage in a recent speech to the Heritage Foundation. The written text released by Cornyn's office contained the quote, but his office says the senator did not include it in his delivered remarks.
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