An article Tuesday about gifts to Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice misidentified who gave her jewelry valued at $147,000 in January 2007, based on faulty information published by the State Department in the Federal Register. The department now says the jewelry was given by King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, not Jordan's King Abdullah II.

An item in Tuesday's "Business BriefCase" gave the incorrect number of lawyers to be employed at Archer & Greiner P.C. after its merges with Pelino & Lentz P.C. The new firm will have 176 lawyers.

An article Friday incorrectly reported the age and criminal history of Justin Jamal Kennedy, 22, of South Philadelphia, who was killed last week by a Philadelphia police officer after he allegedly threatened him with a pellet gun and refused several demands by the officer to drop the gun. In their account of the incident, police supplied the wrong information.

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