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The PTSD Crisis That’s Being Ignored: Americans Wounded in Their Own Neighborhoods

Correction, Feb. 3, 2014: An earlier version of this story said that ProPublica surveyed a top-level trauma center in each of the 22 cities with the nation’s highest homicide rates. In fact, we surveyed trauma centers in only 21 of the cities with the nation’s highest homicide rates. We mistakenly included Dallas in this survey. It only ranks 46th among cities with a population of at least 100,000, according to 2012 FBI statistics.

Gitmo Diary: Visiting the U.S.’s Most Infamous Courtroom

Correction, June 12, 2013: This story previously said Guantanamo Bay's courtroom is housed in the "Expeditionary Legal Center.” In fact it's housed in the "Expeditionary Legal Complex.

Dollars for Docs: The Top Earners

Correction, March 12, 2013: This post mistakenly listed Warren Joseph’s location as Coatesville, Pa. In fact, he sees patients in Philadelphia and has not worked in Coatesville for several years. This post has also been updated with comments from Joseph.

How an Obscure Federal Rule Could Be Shaking Up Presidential Politics

Correction, Aug. 27, 2012: This post originally said that the federal rules posed a challenge in 2004 when Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin was chosen by Sen. John McCain to be his running mate. It was actually in 2008.

Army Study Finds Troops Suffer Concussions in Training

Correction, Aug. 24, 2012: An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated that "Fort Hood, in Texas, is one of the Army’s main centers for basic training." In fact, it is one of Army’s major bases, but it is not one of its main centers for basic training.

Small Banks Get Theirs Too: Treasury's Quiet Bailout

Correction, Aug. 22, 2012: An earlier version of this column referred incorrectly to the ability of banks to skip dividend payments under TARP. Not all banks can skip the payments; banks that are bank holding companies cannot.

Washington’s War on Leaks, Explained

Correction, Aug. 2, 2012: A second reference to Dan Filler incorrectly stated that he is a Drake law professor. He is a Drexel law professor.

Correction, Aug. 2, 2012: An earlier version of this post said that Tom Devine was the legal director for the Whistleblower Protection Act. He is, in fact, legal director of the Government Accountability Project.

Despite Supreme Court Ruling, Many Minors May Stay in Prison for Life

Correction, Aug. 2, 2012: A second reference to Dan Filler incorrectly stated that he is a Drake law professor. He is a Drexel law professor.

Correction, Aug. 2, 2012: An earlier version of this post said that Tom Devine was the legal director for the Whistleblower Protection Act. He is, in fact, legal director of the Government Accountability Project.

Cellphone Companies Will Share Your Location Data - Just Not With You

Correction, June 26, 2012: This story has been corrected after we mistakenly repeated T-Mobile’s comment as Sprint’s response. We have also updated the story to include an additional response from AT&T.

Guiding You Through the Govt's Foreclosure Compensation Maze

Correction, June 6, 2012: This post has been updated to reflect the fact that homeowners can submit their application for the Independent Foreclosure Review online. It's also been updated to clarify that homeowners eligible for the review will only be receiving a reminder through the mail this summer, not another copy of the request for review form.

How Bank of America Execs Hid Losses -- In Their Own Words

Correction, June 4, 2012: This post has been corrected to show that Kenneth Lewis did not say the words “no longer accurate;” instead, it was attorneys paraphrasing his position.

Built for a Simpler Era, OSHA Struggles When Tower Climbers Die

Correction, May 24, 2012: A reference to the Kentucky Department of Labor has been corrected to the Kentucky Labor Cabinet.

Donations to Scott Walker Flagged as Potential Fraud

Correction, May 18, 2012: This story originally identified eZcontribution, a Wisconsin company, as running the website handling donations to Friends of Scott Walker. In fact, there are several websites that handle donations to the campaign. EZcontribution says it has no record of processing a charge to Nellis’ credit card.

Actual Winner Unclear in Supreme Court’s Ruling on Texas Redistricting

Correction, Jan. 20, 2012: Citing a court order, an earlier version of this post stated that a federal court in Washington, D.C., had said that the maps drawn by Texas' state legislature were problematic. In fact, the court ruled that the state's defense of the legislature's maps -- not necessarily the maps themselves -- were problematic.

How Democrats Fooled California’s Redistricting Commission

Correction, Dec. 21, 2011: This story originally stated that the Asian population of Long Beach was less than 1 percent. It has been corrected to say that the Vietnamese population of Long Beach is 1 percent. The story also previously stated that Rep. Judy Chu previously served as a state senator. In fact, she served in the state assembly. This story originally stated the commission worked for free, with a small stipend for expenses. It has been corrected to say, the commissioners received $300 per day as compensation and were eligible for reimbursement of travel and out of pocket expenses. This story incorrectly described Doug Johnson as a professor at Claremont McKenna's Rose Institute. In fact, he is a fellow at the Institute.

Perry More Generous With Pardons Than Romney

Correction, Dec. 16, 2011: An earlier version of this story said Perry’s 2010 pardons of nine people included “two men who served probation for unlawful possession of narcotics in the early 1970s.” In fact, Perry pardoned these men in 2004.

Senator Wants Answers on Program to Test Soldiers for Brain Injuries

Correction, Dec. 15, 2011: We erroneously said a letter sent by Sen. McCaskill said contractors have been paid $42 million. It said they have been paid $32 million.

Pardon Applicants Benefit From Friends in High Places

Correction, Dec. 4, 2011: An earlier version of this article incorrectly stated that David B. McCall Jr. was convicted in 1996 of falsifying loan records. McCall pleaded guilty to that charge on Oct. 10, 1996. A judgment and sentencing were entered on Jan. 17, 1997. The article also misstated the timing of his family's quest for a pardon; the effort began seven years, not 24 years, after his conviction.

Testing Program Fails Soldiers, Leaving Brain Injuries Undetected

Correction, Nov. 28, 2011: This story originally misstated the name of the contractor that has given soldiers the ANAM test over the last four years. It should be Eyak Services, not Eyak Technology.

Energy Dept. Panel Warns of Environmental Toll of Current Gas Drilling Practices

Correction, Nov. 10, 2011: his story has been changed. An earlier version made it seem as if Reid Porter, an API spokesman, said that drillers have opposed some of the energy panel's recommendations. Porter did not comment on that issue.

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