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May 25, 2012

Ann Romney: An article in the May 22 Section A about Ann Romney's equestrian activities said New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's daughter was a dressage rider. She is a show jumper, a different discipline. The story also said Romney has taken the train from Del Mar to Moorpark. The rail station is in Solana Beach, just north of Del Mar.

NATO summit: An article in Section A on May 22 about the NATO summit said the White House had sent a last-minute invitation to Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari to attend the May 20-21 meeting in Chicago. As the article subsequently noted, NATO said it had sent the invitation, not the White House.

Spanish debt: An article about the effect of public debt on European banks in the May 19 Section A said that Spain was among the nations suffering from debt loads caused by spendthrift governments. Unlike in some other countries, Spain's increasing debt load was primarily caused by a real-estate bust and plunging public revenue. It has been worsened by the government's failure to rein in public spending.

Adam Lambert: A Quick Takes item in the May 24 Calendar section about Adam Lambert's album "Trespassing" debuting at No. 1 on the pop music charts said that it was the lowest-selling No. 1 since Amos Lee's "Mission Bell" a little more than a year ago. "Trespassing" had the lowest sales of any album to have debuted at No. 1 during that time.

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