A May 25 article on President Bush's strategy in selecting a Supreme Court nominee misspelled the name of former solicitor general Theodore B. Olson.
An article in some May 25 editions about the death of Army Pvt. Kyle M. Hemauer in Afghanistan misstated the regiment to which Hemauer belonged. He was a member of the 116th Infantry Regiment.
A May 25 article incorrectly said that the prosecutions of two former Tyco International Ltd. executives were being overseen by the Justice Department. L. Dennis Kozlowski and Mark Swartz are being prosecuted by the state of New York.
A May 24 KidsPost graphic incorrectly explained the process by which oil from restaurants can be used to fuel school buses. The oil can be put directly into diesel buses if the engines have been modified. The oil also can be mixed with diesel fuel, methanol and lye to run buses with unmodified diesel engines. A box that ran with the story should have said that biodiesel costs 10 to 20 cents more per gallon than ordinary diesel.
A May 24 Sports article indicated that the Washington Redskins' 14 organized team activities were upcoming. The practices began May 17.
A May 22 Outlook article on the Lebanese election incorrectly implied that all 18 recognized religious sects have seats in Lebanon's parliament. The 10 largest sects are each allocated a percentage of seats; the eight minority sects are represented by a combined seat.
A May 21 Sports article incorrectly said that Syracuse University basketball player Billy Edelin is a graduate of DeMatha High School. Edelin attended DeMatha but transferred to Oak Hill Academy for his senior year and graduated from that school, in Mouth of Wilson, Va., in 2001.
A photo caption with a May 19 Home article about stores in Cady's Alley in Georgetown incorrectly said that the photograph was taken from inside Waterworks. It was taken from Ann Sacks. The Washington Post is committed to correcting errors that appear in the newspaper. Those interested in contacting the paper for that purpose can send an e-mail to email@example.com or call the main number, 202-334-6000, and ask to be connected to the desk involved -- National, Foreign, Metro, Style, Sports, Business or any of the weekly sections. In addition, the ombudsman's number is 202-334-7582.