"Bliss" comic: The "Bliss" comic in the March 4 Calendar section was missing its caption. It should have said, "And over here is my Xbox nook."

Eliot Ness: An article in the March 2 Section A about the controversy over naming the new Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives headquarters after Prohibition-era law enforcement agent Eliot Ness misstated Ness' job title after leaving Washington. He was not Cincinnati's public safety director, but a senior investigator.

Rachel and Terence Winter: The Sunday Conversation in the March 2 Calendar section said that film producers Rachel and Terence Winter were the only married couple ever to secure Oscar nominations for different films in the same year. In fact, Rex Harrison and Rachel Roberts were nominated in 1964 (for 1963 movies) for lead actor ("Cleopatra") and actress ("This Sporting Life").

Crimean crisis: A photo caption with an article in the March 4 Section A about a standoff between Russian and Ukrainian troops misidentified the location where Russian President Vladimir Putin was watching military exercises. Putin was in the region of Leningrad, not the city, which is now known as St. Petersburg.