An item in the March 28 Home section incorrectly listed an admission fee for the Gunston Hall Trunk Show. Customers may shop for free; admission to the museum is $8.

The headline on a March 28 Crime & Justice item about the Prince William County crime rate was incorrect. Major crimes, not crime overall, increased 8 percent from 2000 to 2001, according to police statistics.


A March 28 article correctly stated that no cases of variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (vCJD) have been found in the United States. The disease is a rare infection predominantly affecting people in their twenties and is believed to be acquired by eating meat from animals with "mad cow disease." Classical Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD), which strikes the elderly and has biological properties that distinguish it from vCJD, is found in the United States. From 1979 through 1998, 4,751 cases of CJD were reported here, with only 10 occurring in people under age 30, according to federal government statistics.

A headline in the March 28 Business section may have conveyed the impression that the article said Arthur Andersen's chief executive had been warned in early 2001 of accounting errors at Enron Corp. Rather, the article reported that, in a meeting in February 2001 with Andersen chief executive Joseph F. Berardino, an Enron official requested that Andersen provide more auditing expertise to Enron.