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CORRECTION PUBLISHED 04/26/2005: in a photo caption with an April 23 article on Blackberry e-mail de

CORRECTION PUBLISHED 04/26/2005: in a photo caption with an April 23 article on Blackberry e-mail devices, the identification of two White House Staff members were transposed.The photo appears at right with a correct caption. Also, the caption said that the photo was taken last week; it was taken last October. Slug: NA/BUSH Date: 10/27/04 Photographer: Michael Robinson-Chavez/TWP Neg# news Lancaster, Penn. President George W. Bush delivered a retooled stump speech to a crowd of supporters in Lancaster, PA on Wed. morning. Head strategist for Bush, Karl Rove, center, Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations Joe Hagin, left, and Stephen Hadley, Deputy National Security Advisor look over information on their 'Blackberry' devices. (Photo by Michael Robinson-Chavez/The Washington Post/Getty Images)
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CORRECTION PUBLISHED 04/26/2005: in a photo caption with an April 23 article on Blackberry e-mail devices, the identification of two White House Staff members were transposed.The photo appears at right with a correct caption. Also, the caption said that the photo was taken last week; it was taken last October. Slug: NA/BUSH Date: 10/27/04 Photographer: Michael Robinson-Chavez/TWP Neg# news Lancaster, Penn. President George W. Bush delivered a retooled stump speech to a crowd of supporters in Lancaster, PA on Wed. morning. Head strategist for Bush, Karl Rove, center, Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations Joe Hagin, left, and Stephen Hadley, Deputy National Security Advisor look over information on their 'Blackberry' devices. (Photo by Michael Robinson-Chavez/The Washington Post/Getty Images)
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in a photo caption with an April 23 article on Blackberry email... News Photo 109280705Appear,Article,Arts Culture and Entertainment,BlackBerry,Equipment,Horizontal,Human Interest,Identity,Lancaster,Pennsylvania,People,Technology,USA,White HousePhotographer Collection: The Washington Post CORRECTION PUBLISHED 04/26/2005: in a photo caption with an April 23 article on Blackberry e-mail devices, the identification of two White House Staff members were transposed.The photo appears at right with a correct caption. Also, the caption said that the photo was taken last week; it was taken last October. Slug: NA/BUSH Date: 10/27/04 Photographer: Michael Robinson-Chavez/TWP Neg# news Lancaster, Penn. President George W. Bush delivered a retooled stump speech to a crowd of supporters in Lancaster, PA on Wed. morning. Head strategist for Bush, Karl Rove, center, Deputy Chief of Staff for Operations Joe Hagin, left, and Stephen Hadley, Deputy National Security Advisor look over information on their 'Blackberry' devices. (Photo by Michael Robinson-Chavez/The Washington Post/Getty Images)