The Community First Foundation said it planned to disburse donations it collected in the aftermath of the July 2012 movie-theater shooting in Aurora, Colo., not directly to victims' families but to other nonprofits that the foundation said would work to help victims. A U.S. News article on Friday about a push for a single national donation fund incorrectly attributed the description of what Community First Foundation said the other nonprofits would do to Tom Teves, whose son Alex died in the shooting. Also, the foundation disbursed $5.86 million in donations. The article incorrectly said $5 million.
BitTorrent is an Internet technology that pirates have used to transfer media companies' copyright material. An Overheard item on Monday's Heard on the Street page incorrectly said it is a file-sharing site that often hosts media companies' unauthorized copyright material.
Interior designer Bachman Brown Clem was incorrectly referred to as Bachman Brown and Mr. Brown, rather than Mr. Clem, in an Off Duty article on Saturday about vintage children's furniture.
Before Saturday's shooting of a 14-year-old girl, there hadn't been a shooting in the South Jamaica, Queens, CureViolence target area, formed by the City Council to combat gun violence, in 255 days. A Greater New York article on Monday about the shooting incorrectly said the statistic referred to the entire neighborhood of South Jamaica.
The New York Red Bulls are the only original franchise in Major League Soccer that haven't won one of the two major titles, the MLS championship or the Open Cup. A Sports article on Saturday incorrectly said New York was the only original franchise that hasn't won an MLS championship.