Sept. 26, 2012: The original version of this article about prostitutes in New Zealand was accompanied by a stock photograph of a model next to a light pole. The model was unrelated to the story, and we have removed the image. We apologize for any distress to the model arising from the use of the photo.
Jan. 3, 2012: A Dec. 20, 2011, article erroneously reported that because employee health care benefits are included on W-2 forms, they count as earnings and can be taxed. The Internal Revenue Service says the benefits are included for informational purposes only and are not counted as income.
Nov. 28, 2011: A caption for Vancouver Rioters in this Nov. 21 FOX Sports on MSN list gallery originally said the Vancouver Canucks won the 2011 Stanley Cup. The Boston Bruins won.
Nov. 14, 2011: A Nov. 7, 2011, article indicated that lifestyle and genetics play a role in both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes. According to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, it is unknown what exactly causes Type 1 diabetes, but scientists believe that autoimmune, genetic, and environmental factors are involved.
Nov. 11, 2011: A Nov. 8, 2011, article misidentified Bev Pomerantz as a casting director for the Game Show Network. In fact, she is an independent casting director who works on programs that appear on the network.
A Reuters article published on MSNBC.com and featured on the MSN homepage on Oct. 19 about a Florida school trying to retrieve prizes with racy images incorrectly characterized them as being of nude women or X-rated. The pictures found hidden beneath some of the bracelets’ cloth coverings were of women in scanty bikinis.