In an earlier version, the story gave the wrong day for the Oct. 22 presidential debate. It is a Monday, not a Wednesday.
In an earlier version, the story incorrectly stated that the firm's UK subsidiary paid $13.7 billion in income taxes since 1998. The figure should, in fact, be $13.7 million.
An earlier version of this story said the 58 cents a share Intel reported was excluding items. In fact, 58 cents was the GAAP number, which includes items. Excluding items, the company reported earnings of 60 cents a share. Analysts look at the GAAP number.
A previous version of this story contained a transcription error that stated returns as S&P 500 Index 125% and Total Bond 200%. The correct data is S&P 500 Index 25% and Total Bond 100%.
An earlier version of the story said Citibank cut $2.3 billion of its reserves last quarter. That figure is inaccurate, and should be $1.4 billion.
A video report on a nationwide law enforcement action targeting Medicare fraud included aerial video that showed the offices of All Ways Home Care in Miami. That business was not implicated in any way in that operation, and we regret the error.
An earlier version of this story said the assertion that Romney's tax cuts would cost $5 trillion came from the left-leaning Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, but the CBPP says it relied on figures reported by the Tax Policy Center.
An earlier version of this article incorrectly converted 6 degrees Celsius to 42.8 degrees Fahrenheit. It is in fact around 11 degrees Fahrenheit.