An article on Wednesday about New York City housing department policies misspelled the surname of a supervising attorney with the National Housing Law Project. She is Deborah Thrope, not Thorpe.
A picture caption with an article on Thursday about Ebola outbreaks in the Democratic Republic of Congo misidentified the aid organization administering care to a patient in a “bio-secure” plastic cube. It is the nonprofit Alima, not Doctors Without Borders.
An article on Wednesday about Lora Safir, a survivor of the World War II invasion of Ukraine, using information from a source, misstated the monthly amount that Mrs. Safir receives in Blue Card funds. It is $100, not $50.
An article on Thursday about the impact that Amazon’s planned headquarters is having on real estate prices in Long Island City misspelled the surname of a condo owner. He is Gary Hirshfield, not Gary Hirschfield.
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An article on Thursday about the effects of environmental deregulation under the Trump administration misstated the location of the John E. Amos Power Plant. It is downstream from Charleston, W.Va., not upstream.
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