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An article yesterday in some editions of The Sun said that Sens. Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton met Thursday night at Clinton's home in Washington. The meeting was at Sen. Dianne Feinstein's Washington home.

An article on Sunday's front page incorrectly reported that the Battle of North Point was omitted from plans for a War of 1812 historical trail. Although a law signed by President Bush this spring doesn't specify the exact sites to be covered, a park service feasibility study found that the North Point locations met the criteria for the Star-Spangled Banner National Historical Trail. The superintendent of the Fort McHenry National Monument, Gay Vietzke, said this week that North Point will be included in the trail and that park service officials will soon begin a process to develop the trail and identify "individual places that the public can go."

A review of You Don't Mess With the Zohan in yesterday's Movies Today section misspelled the name of actress Emmanuelle Chriqui.

The address for the American Power Conversion Web site in Mike Himowitz's Plugged In column Thursday was incorrect. It should have been

The Sun regrets the errors.

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