Geography lessons desperately needed at the Chicago Tribune:
In Thursday's main news section, a map showing the location of U.S. nuclear power plants incorrectly labeled Arizona as New Mexico. There are three nuclear reactors at Arizona's Palo Verde site; New Mexico has no nuclear reactors.
Because of an editing error, a New York Times news story Tuesday about Chinese military sales to Iran referred to Iran as an "Arab nation." It is not.
Finally, because some may have missed the original story, the LA Times correction gives us most of what we need to know:
A story in some copies of [Wednesday's] Calendar suggested that Jon Stewart, host of Comedy Central's "The Daily Show," was being considered as a "potential inheritor" of an anchor role on the "CBS Evening News." In his session Tuesday at the Television Critics Assn. meeting in Universal City, CBS Chairman and Chief Executive Leslie Moonves did not characterize Stewart as such but said he wouldn't rule out approaching Stewart for some other type of role in the newscast after Dan Rather retires. Also, noting that Comedy Central and CBS are both owned by Viacom, the story quoted Moonves as saying, "Jon Stewart is part of our company, so we would talk to him." Moonves actually said: "Jon Stewart is part of our company. We speak to him regularly about all sorts of different things."