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November 3rd, 2013
09:53 AM ET

Corrections Corner

Welcome to Corrections Corner, your one stop shop for story corrections posted by some of the nation’s major media outlets.

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  12. Theo T. Smart

    Note of possible CNN publishing error / typo': Companion Chart showing ‘Foreign Governments’ “record dumping” of US bonds, which lists amounts from September to December 2015. Then finishes showing an amount of 57.2 billion for January “2015“. Shouldn’t that read January of 2016. This in CNN’s story by Matt Egan “Foreign governments dump U.S. debt at record rate”. March 16, 2016. CNN Money, Investing Guide.

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  13. Bob

    Lots of discussion of "accountability". Rarely hear discussion of media accountability for widespread public
    misinformation (Obama's born in Kenya, no global warming, foreign aid is 25% of US budget, ++). If the media's
    role and mission is to inform the public, is someone doing something wrong if the result is so poor?

    November 3, 2013 at 12:07 pm | Reply

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