In an October 2017 story on President Trump's announcement that he would not certify Iran's compliance with the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, we originally wrote that Trump was referring to the Parchin military site when he criticized Iran for not allowing IAEA inspections of military sites. For that story, we interviewed David Albright, an adviser to the president. Albright contacted us the next day and told us that Trump was referring to inspections at all military sites, not just Parchin, to ensure that Iran is in compliance with Section T of the JCPOA. That section covers the development of dual-use equipment that can be used for civilian and military purposes. We corrected out error the same day we learned of it.
In an August 2017 story, we misidentified the military branch that operates the long-range bombers. It is the Air Force -- not the Navy, as we originally wrote. We were informed by a reader about our error a day after the story appeared and we corrected it the same day.