Corrections: May 3, 2022


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Corrections: May 3, 2022

Corrections that appeared in print on Tuesday, May 3, 2022.

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May 3, 2022, 12:56 a.m. ET


A headline with an article on Saturday about national security surveillance of people on domestic soil misidentified the agency that conducts such surveillance.

It is the F.B.I., not the National Security Agency.

An article on Sunday about children of temporary visa holders who age out of green card eligibility in the United States misstated the citizenship of Barathimohan Ganesan. While he was born in India, he is a citizen of Singapore, not India.


An obituary on Thursday about Cynthia Albritton, who became famous for making sculptures of rock musicians’ genitals, misstated the surname of the friend who confirmed her death. He is Chris Kellner, not Hellner.

An obituary on April 22 about the quarterback Daryle Lamonica misstated two aspects of the play in a 1972 playoff game between Lamonica’s Oakland Raiders and the Pittsburgh Steelers that became known as the “immaculate reception.” A pass from the Pittsburgh quarterback Terry Bradshaw ricocheted off the Raider defensive back Jack Tatum in a collision with the Steelers’ Frenchy Fuqua and was caught by Pittsburgh’s Franco Harris, who ran it back for a touchdown; it did not ricochet off Fuqua.

And although there were only a few seconds left on the clock when Harris scored, his touchdown was not “the game’s final play.”

An obituary on Saturday about the French actor and director Jacques Perrin misidentified his co-star in the 1967 movie “All the Other Girls Do.” She was Rosemarie Dexter, not Natalie Wood.

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