Correction: Because of incorrect information provided by the Suffolk District Attorney's office, a Page One story yesterday about the alleged medical abuse of a Hyde Park girl reported the wrong hospital where her mother will undergo a psychiatric evaluation to determine if she is competent stand trial. Deborah Robinson was sent to Tewksbury Hospital.
Correction: Because of a reporting error, a story and headline in yesterday's Business section incorrectly said the US Attorney and Securities and Exchange Commission had launched investigations of MassMutual Financial Group. According to a court filing from the company, federal prosectors and securities regulators are investigating MassMutual's former chief executive Robert J. O'Connell.
Correction: Because of a reporting error, a story in Monday's Nation pages about a college grading resolution misstated the status of University of Colorado professor Ward Churchill. After coming under fire for a statement comparing victims of the 9/11 terror attacks to Nazis, Churchill resigned as head of the university's ethnic studies department. He remains a professor at the university.
Correction: A Washington Post article in Sunday's Nation pages mischaracterized US Civil Rights Commission member Abigail Thernstrom's view of why the government should not extend Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act, which calls in part for the Justice Department to pre-clear voting changes that affect minorities in several states. She said another section allows people to fight discrimination in court. ''Why can't they go to a federal court under Section 2 and make an argument?" she asked in an interview. ''They've got the 14th Amendment, they've got Section 2. They don't need Section 5."
Correction: Because of a reporting error, a story in Sunday's City & Region section about the Pan-Mass Challenge cancer ride incorrectly spelled the surname of rider Robert Mueller.
Correction: Because of a reporting error, a story in Saturday's City & Region section about the attorney general's race misspelled the name of Middlesex County District Attorney candidate Gerard Leone.
Correction: Because of a reporting error, a story about the Newport Folk Festival in Friday's Weekend section listed an incorrect date for the debut of Arlo Guthrie's ''Alice's Restaurant Massacree" at the festival. It was first performed there in 1967. In addition, because of incorrect information from the festival, the story had an incorrect year for when the festival was revived. It was 1985.
Correction: Because of a reporting error, an article about Somerville's Assembly Square in Friday's Business section gave an incorrect name for a community group, the Mystic View Task Force.
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