October 07, 2006

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A graphic on Page 7A of yesterday's editions of The Sun about major African-American political candidates mistakenly listed Maryland U.S. Senate candidate Michael S. Steele as a Democrat. Lieutenant Governor Steele is, in fact, a Republican. The mistake occurred when a graphic designer inadvertently typed in the wrong party affiliation, and it was not detected in the newspaper's copy editing and proofreading process.

An article in Thursday's editions on a former Villa Julie College student's guilty plea to second-degree murder in the death of her newborn daughter incorrectly described the baby's size. The baby was 21 inches long, the prosecutor said.

A listing Wednesday of military personnel killed in Iraq incorrectly identified the military assignment of Spc. Robert F. Weber of the Army's 1st Battalion, 3rd Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division.

The name of a song Barbra Streisand performed Wednesday was incorrect in a review in yesterday's Movies Today section. She performed "The Woman in the Moon" from A Star Is Born.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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