A June 27 article about a raid on an al Qaeda hideout in Pakistan incorrectly situated Wana, the town where the raid occurred. Wana is 200 miles southwest of Islamabad, the Pakistani capital.

An item in the June 27 Crime & Justice column incorrectly characterized the role Thomas F. Madison, 20, of Waldorf, allegedly played in a fire that burned down a house in Charles County. Maryland fire officials said Madison -- one of four people charged with arson in the incident -- lured occupants out of the house while others set the fire.

An item in the June 27 Anne Arundel Extra gave incorrect hours for the public search room at the Maryland State Archives in Annapolis. Beginning next week, the room will be open from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Wednesdays through Fridays and from 8:30 a.m. to noon and 1 to 4:30 p.m. Saturdays, except for the first Saturday of the month and Saturdays of holiday weekends.

A photo caption in the June 27 Business section incorrectly stated when the U.S. trade representative's office announced exclusions on steel tariffs. The exclusions were announced June 24.

A June 26 Metro article on the pay of some local elected officials misstated the compensation received by Fairfax County supervisors. The supervisors, who received a raise in 2000, are paid an annual salary of $59,000 and do not get cost-of-living adjustments.