The Guardian had to correct a correction about actor Eugene Levy. The first, from May 8:
A profile of Eugene Levy, the American actor famed for his role in American Pie, stated: “He’s keen to be the average Joe — neither his nationality (Canadian) nor his race (Jewish) have been the least bit important, he says, in forming his comedic sensibility.” It is wrong to use the words “race” when applied to Jewish people. They are best described as a people or an ethnic group, not least because Jews include those from a wide range of racial backgrounds (Strife of Pie, 27 April, page 12, Film & music).
And from May 9:
Mea maxima culpa. A correction in this column incorrectly made the actor Eugene Levy an American. Levy is Canadian as the sentence went on to make clear (Corrections and clarifications, 9 May, page 31).