The Waukesha County sheriff’s department was incorrectly called the Waukesha County police department in a U.S. News article on Thursday about a Wisconsin judge’s ruling that Joseph Mensah can be prosecuted for the killing of Jay Anderson in 2016, when Mr. Mensah was a police officer in the Milwaukee suburb of Wauwatosa. Also, the article was written by Talal Ansari and Jessica Donati. Ms. Donati’s name was omitted from the article.
The U.S. National Whitewater Center in North Carolina offers a deep-water solo climbing experience, which is done without wearing a harness, using rock walls that are 20 to 45 feet high. An Off Duty article on Saturday about Olympics-inspired outdoor activities omitted the word “solo” from the activity’s description, it incorrectly said that climbers wear harnesses, and it incorrectly said the walls are 50 feet high.
The U.S. spent $4 trillion on healthcare last year, including private as well as government money. Because of an editing error, the July 28 op-ed “Covid Is the 21st Century’s Sputnik” described the figure inaccurately.
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