Aus der New York Times vom 13. März 2018


An article on Friday about how tax cuts are affecting working-class voters in Ohio misstated the number of times Matt Kazee voted for Barack Obama. He voted once for him, in 2008.

An article on March 6 about the actress Olivia de Havilland’s lawsuit against the television network FX and Ryan Murphy Productions over her portrayal in a docudrama rendered incorrectly the name of a video game. It is Band Hero, not Hero Band.

An article in the march 3-4 edition about europe being colder than the North Pole misstated an effect of climate change. Melting sea ice in the Arctic is causing more snow to fall in Siberia, scientists say; there is not a »lack of snow« in the region. Also, a picture caption in the article, relying on incorrect information from the photo agency, gave the wrong location for a Jeff Koons sculpture. It is in Bilbao, Spain, not San Sebastián.

An essay on Feb. 23 about Iceman, a gay Marvel superhero, misidentified the author of a scene depicting a conversation between Iceman and another character, Kyle. The author is Christos Gage, not Marjorie Liu.

A review in the Feb. 10-11 edition about the book »Hippie Food«, by Jonathan Kauffman, misidentified the owner of Stonyfield Farm. It is now a subsidiary of Lactalis, the French diary company; it is no longer owned by Danone.

An article in the Feb. 3-4 edition about the actress Nina Hoss referred incorrectly to the role Ms. Hoss has in the play »Returning to Reims.« Her character is called Katy; she is not unnamed.