NATIONAL

An article on Wednesday about the Bush family misidentified President George Bush’s attorney general. He is Bill Barr, not Bob Barr.

BUSINESS

An article on Tuesday about a deal to end nationwide strikes against Marriott International, relying on information from a union representative, misstated which provisions were included in Marriott’s contracts with its hotel workers. While a provision allowing people with low-level nonviolent drug convictions to obtain union jobs was proposed, it was not included in the final contract.

ARTS

A review on Wednesday about the film “The Charmer” omitted the name of a screenwriter for the film. In addition to Milad Alami, Ingeborg Topsoe contributed to the script.

A listing on Friday about “If Beale Street Could Talk” misstated its opening dates. It opens in limited release in New York and Los Angeles on Dec. 14, not nationwide; the movie will expand to more theaters on Dec. 25.

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