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"The Buzz" Continued...

Issue: "Homegrown terror," Dec. 5, 2009

Correction and update

After going to press with "On the house," (Nov. 21, 2009) WORLD learned that Sen. John Ensign, R-Nev., had moved out of the house owned by The Fellowship Foundation. That only compounded an error in the story stating that three lawmakers who lived at the house have been exposed as having extramarital affairs. Now facing ethics charges, Gov. Mark Sanford did not live there as a lawmaker but later sought guidance there. In addition, WORLD reported that Rep. Jerry Moran, R-Kans., has $1.7 million in campaign reserves; he has $2 million.

Correction 2

Award-winning actor Max McLean has taken the stage adaptation of C.S. Lewis' The Screwtape Letters ("Dramatic faith," Nov. 1, 2008) on the road to popular acclaim: A show in California has sold out but holiday season appearances remain in Ft. Lauderdale, Louisville, Phoenix, and Washington, D.C.-giving WORLD an opportunity to regret misspelling the actor's name (Human Race, Nov. 21, 2009).

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