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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.
New Eyewitness Accounts: Feds Didn’t Identify Themselves Before Opening Fire on Portland Antifa Suspect
Correction, Oct. 14, 2020: The story has been updated to correctly identify the town of Lakewood.
Correction, Oct. 15, 2020: This story originally misstated the year China joined the World Trade Organization. It was 2001, not 2000.
Correction, Oct. 13, 2020: This story originally misidentified the location of a “Save America” collection jar. The jar appeared in a Geneva coffee shop, not the USTR’s Geneva office.
Investors Extracted $400 Million From a Hospital Chain That Sometimes Couldn’t Pay for Medical Supplies or Gas for Ambulances
Correction, Oct. 12, 2020: An earlier version of this article misspelled the name of Doreena Duphily.
Correction, Sept. 29, 2020: This story originally credited a nationwide survey on the availability of in-person education to Chalkbeat. The survey was conducted by Chalkbeat and The Associated Press.
Correction, Sept. 21, 2020: This story originally omitted a heading identifying Josh Edelson as the speaker of a quote beginning, “I’ll drive up a dirt road for miles and miles and miles and I think there’s just gonna be nothing up there.”
Correction, Sept. 21, 2020: This story originally misstated the degree held by Tim Ingalsbee. He has a doctorate in environmental sociology, not ecology.
ICE Deported a Woman Who Accused Guards of Sexual Assault While the Feds Were Still Investigating the Incident
Correction, Oct. 23, 2020: Due to incorrect information provided to ProPublica by an FBI spokesperson in September, this story wrongly stated that the Justice Department’s Office of Inspector General is the lead agency investigating allegations of sexual assault at an El Paso immigrant detention center run by Immigration and Customs Enforcement. A month after the story was published, the spokesperson, Jeanette Harper, wrote in an emailed statement that she had “inadvertently received and provided inaccurate information.” The DOJ Inspector General has consistently declined to comment. Harper said the lead agency was the Department of Homeland Security, which oversees ICE. Its inspector general and the FBI have interviewed women making the allegations, according to their lawyer, Linda Corchado. A spokesperson for the DHS Inspector General, which previously had not responded to inquiries, wrote Friday in email that per its policy the agency could not confirm or deny investigations.
Correction, Aug. 21, 2020: This story originally misattributed a quote from a press release. The state Democratic Party said: “Holding an election in the middle of a global pandemic is a complicated and difficult process. I think everyone involved should be proud of the results today.” It did not say that “other states should be reaching out to Kentucky for advice, as a potential blueprint for scaling up pandemic-safe voting for the November elections.” (That quote was from the Democratic Governors Association.)
Correction, Aug. 10, 2020: This story originally misstated the findings of a report by the Government Accountability Office. The report found that BIE special education students did not receive 20% of their service time, not that 20% of BIE special education students did not receive all their services.
After a Year of Investigation, the Border Patrol Has Little to Say About Agents’ Misogynistic and Racist Facebook Group
Correction, Aug. 5, 2020: This story mistakenly said the Rep. Veronica Escobar was on the House Committee on Oversight and Reform. Escobar, who was mocked in posts in the Border Patrol Facebook group, is familiar with the committee’s activities, but is not on it.
Correction, July 22, 2020: This story incorrectly stated that Christy McCormick had worked at the Department of Justice under former Attorney General John Ashcroft. While she worked on cases that originated during his tenure, she began after he left.
Correction, July 28, 2020: In a quote, the data scientist Youyang Gu originally misidentified the phenomenon of when "you gravitate towards data that matches your belief and you ignore data that goes against your belief." It is confirmation bias, not selection bias.
Trump Financial Regulator Quietly Shelved Discrimination Probes Into Bank of America and Other Lenders
Correction, July 17, 2020: This story originally misstated the Department of Justice's actions in an investigation. The DOJ has not taken action to date on a Cadence Bank redlining investigation referred by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency; it is not the case that it sent the matter back to the OCC.
Correction, July 15, 2020: A photo caption with this story misstated the year of a march in Memphis. It was in 2008, not 2009.