We will take great care to avoid making errors and standardize our corrections policy, so our audience knows what to expect. All content may be updated or corrected to ensure accuracy.
Content may be “updated” to reflect developments in the news cycle, and may be “corrected” if there are factual inaccuracies.
We will publish our corrections policy in a place where our audience can easily find it and publish corrections as soon as possible.
If a mistake is made in a social media post, we will delete the original post and publish a corrected version with an indication that the new post is a correction.
We will show all corrections in the place the incorrect material originally appeared (e.g., put corrections related to a story at the bottom of that same story).
We will make sure corrections are clear and concise; avoid repeating erroneous information in the correction, unless this is essential (to indicate, for instance, that you incorrectly reported that a person was charged with a crime).