These corrections are notable mostly because 1) they are both about stories that ran in 2006, 2) both corrections were not published until this month, and 3) both ran in the Los Angeles Times. First, from August 10:
An article in the July 3, 2006, Health section incorrectly stated that the American Cancer Society and the American Urological Assn. recommend a rectal exam and a prostate specific antigen, or PSA, blood test every year for men older than 50, and five to 10 years sooner for African Americans and men with a family history of the disease. The groups do not recommend routine annual screening, instead saying that the tests should be discussed between patient and physician. The error was only recently brought to editors' attention.
From August 18:
The obituary of Patricia Kennedy Lawford in the Sept. 18, 2006, California section included a photograph said to show Lawford with sister Eunice Shriver and actress Lauren Bacall. It was Lawford's sister Jean Kennedy Smith, not Lawford, who was shown in the photo. This error was only recently brought to editors' attention. A corrected caption is shown above, as well as a photograph of Lawford herself.
At some level, it's a good thing they care enough to correct errors that occurred before the Sam Zell era.