When to Correct

We will correct any factual error that is brought to our attention. This includes errors in names, dates, places, statistics, and quotes. We will also correct any errors in interpretation or analysis that could mislead our readers.

How to Correct

When we correct an error, we will do so prominently and visibly on the article where the error was made. The correction will be clearly labeled as such, and it will explain the nature of the error and the correct information.


We will strive to correct errors as soon as possible after they are brought to our attention. However, in some cases, it may take us longer to investigate and verify the correction. We will always notify our readers of the status of any correction that is pending.


We will be transparent about our corrections process. This means providing an explanation at the bottom of articles where and when errors are made. We will explain what was wrong and how it has been addressed.


If you believe that we have made an error in our correction, you can appeal the decision to our editors. To do so, please contact us through our contact page.


We believe that it is important for news organizations to be transparent about their corrections process and to correct errors promptly and prominently. We are committed to providing the most accurate and unbiased news possible, and we believe that this policy helps us to achieve that goal.