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“Power Companies Get Exactly What They Want”: How Texas Repeatedly Failed to Protect Its Power Grid Against Extreme Weather
Correction, Feb. 24, 2021: This story originally misstated the unit of measurement used in pricing electricity. Prices are in dollars per megawatt hour, not dollars per megawatt.
Text Messages Show Top Trump Campaign Fundraiser’s Key Role Planning the Rally That Preceded the Siege
Correction, Feb. 11, 2021: This story originally misidentified the name of Caroline Wren’s company. It is Bluebonnet Fundraising, not Bluebonnet Consulting.
Correction, Jan. 25, 2021: This story originally misstated the title of a paper published by a team of 19 climate scientists. It is “Underestimating the Challenges of Avoiding a Ghastly Future,” not “Understanding the Challenges of Avoiding a Ghastly Future.”
Correction, Jan. 26, 2021: This story originally misstated the rate of the rise in temperature caused by global warming. The temperature will rise by a few tenths of a degree Celsius per decade, not by year.
Correction, Feb. 7, 2021: This story originally misstated Peter Kalmus’ age. He is 46, not 47.
Correction, Jan. 18, 2021: This story originally misstated the location of the inaugural stands at the Capitol. They are on the west side of the building, not the east side.
New York City Paid an NBA Star Millions After an NYPD Officer Broke His Leg. The Officer Paid Little Price.
Correction, Jan. 15, 2021: This story originally misstated the first name of a New York City civil rights attorney. He is Joel Berger, not Joe.
Correction, Jan. 9, 2021: This story has been updated to remove the name of an individual who upon further investigation could not be definitively identified.
Correction, Jan. 8, 2021: This story originally misstated the number of states examined in a paper looking at the effects of caps on damages in medical malpractice cases. It was five, not six.
Correction, Jan. 4, 2021: This story originally quoted an NYPD sergeant who arrived after the shooting of Kawaski Trawick as saying, “Who’s hurt?” In fact, she said, “Who’s Injured?”
Correction, Jan. 4, 2021: This story originally misstated the decline in the population of Washington, D.C., between 1970 and 2000. It dropped by around 184,000, not 700,000.
Correction, Dec. 28, 2020: A map with this story originally misspelled the name of a reservoir on the Rio Grande. It’s Amistad Reservoir, not Armistad Reservoir.
A Once-in-a-Lifetime Chance for Liberian Immigrants Has Been “Hamstrung” by COVID — and Trump’s Dysfunctional Immigration Bureaucracy
Correction, Dec. 16, 2020: This story originally misspelled the name of an official with Advocates for Human Rights. She is Michele Garnett McKenzie, not Michelle Garrett McKenzie.
JPMorgan Chase Bank Wrongly Charged 170,000 Customers Overdraft Fees. Federal Regulators Refused to Penalize It.
Correction, Dec. 14, 2020: This story originally misspelled the name of a Center for Responsible Lending lawyer. She is Rebecca Borné, not Bourné.
Correction, Dec. 3, 2020: This article originally misstated Ron Sanders’ position within the Federal Salary Council, an advisory body of the Office of Personnel Management. He recently resigned from the council; he is no longer its chair.
Correction, Nov. 24, 2020: This story originally misspelled the surname of a former EPA acting deputy administrator. He is Stan Meiburg, not Meiberg.
Correction, Nov. 18, 2020: This story originally misstated that the office of the governor canceled press conferences for seven weeks in September and October. A spokesman said no press conferences were scheduled during that time.
Correction, Nov. 13, 2020: This story originally misstated the gap between the first and second dose of Pfizer's vaccine. The doses are given 21 days apart, not 28 days.
Una organización sin fines de lucro vinculada a los demócratas está enviando millones de solicitudes de votación. A los funcionarios electorales les gustaría que dejara de hacerlo.
Correction, 26 de octubre de 2020: Esta historia originalmente indicaba erróneamente la cantidad de solicitudes de boleta por correo que envió el Centro de Información del Votante este año. Son más de 5 millones, no casi 5,6 millones.
A Nonprofit With Ties to Democrats Is Sending Out Millions of Ballot Applications. Election Officials Wish It Would Stop.
Correction, Oct. 26, 2020: This story originally misstated the number of mail-in ballot applications the Center for Voting Information sent out this year. It is more than 5 million, not almost 5.6 million.
Correction, Oct. 21, 2020: This story originally misstated the dollar amount of corporate-debt purchases by the Federal Reserve. It has bought billions in corporate IOUs, not trillions.
Correction, Oct. 16, 2020: This story originally misspelled the given name of an analyst at the investment bank SVB Leerink, Mani Foroohar.