For the record

Exodus International: In the June 21 Section A, an article about the closing of Exodus International, a ministry in the "gay cure" movement, mistakenly attributed a quote, "In more and more communities, churches are grappling with homosexuality in more open terms. These are the cultural realities around us." The words should have been attributed to Russell Moore, president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, not Ross Murray, director of news and faith initiatives at gay rights group GLAAD. Also, the headline indicated that Exodus International was based in Anaheim; the group was founded in Anaheim but later moved to Florida.

Kenneth Wilson: The obituary of Nobel Prize-winning physicist Kenneth G. Wilson in the June 21 LATExtra section said that his survivors included a stepsister and two stepbrothers. They are Wilson's half sister and two half brothers, not stepsiblings.

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