Tuesday, May 16, 2006

· A map in the May 15 Washington Business section incorrectly identified the developer of Phase I of Opus Center in Bethesda. The developer is Opus East, not Hines.

· A May 14 article about Sen. John McCain's speech at Liberty University incorrectly referred to the chairman of Focus on the Family as the Rev. James Dobson. Dobson is not an ordained minister.

· A May 12 KidsPost article incorrectly identified cartoon spies Boris and Nastasha as Russian. They were from the fictional Pottsylvania.

· A May 11 Metro article about the 2011 closing of Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Northwest Washington said that Walter Reed's specialty-care functions will be moved to an expanded National Naval Medical Center in Bethesda. The article should have added that the Bethesda hospital will be renamed the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.

· A May 11 Sports article incorrectly said that Baltimore Orioles pitcher Rodrigo Lopez gave up a home run to the Detroit Tigers' Chris Shelton. Brandon Inge hit the home run.


· A May 13 Style article about college commencement speakers mentioned newswoman Katie Couric's address to graduates of the University of Oklahoma, for which she was paid $110,000. The article should have added that Couric is donating her fee to charity.

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