December 02, 2006

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An article in yesterday's editions of The Sun about revisions to the U.S. citizenship test incorrectly reported when foreigners who enlist in U.S. military can apply for citizenship. They can apply for citizenship upon joining; their applications are expedited so that if they pass the test and meet the other criteria, they can become citizens in 60 to 90 days.

An article about local television ratings that ran yesterday in the Movies Today section misstated the name of the station that broadcasts Oprah. It is WBAL.

In an article in Thursday's editions on a protest at the Johns Hopkins University, the name of senior James Barker was misspelled.

The Sun regrets the errors.

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