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Why the Associated Press’ migrant NFT fiasco could be a troubling new trend

The backlash is not surprising.

On Mar 1, 2022 by Eleanor Pahl

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Associated Press warns against using ‘alt-right’

'In the past we have called such beliefs racist, neo-Nazi or white supremacist.'

On Nov 28, 2016 by Jay Hathaway

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The Clinton campaign wants the Associated Press to delete a tweet it says is misleading

So far, the AP has declined.

On Aug 25, 2016 by Dahlia Dandashi

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Super PAC supporting Marco Rubio uses unlicensed AP photo in attack ad

The AP has confirmed that it did not license the image to the Super PAC.

On Jan 19, 2016 by Aaron Sankin

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Associated Press sues DOJ over fake story planted by FBI

FBI agent pretended to be an AP reporter.

On Aug 28, 2015 by Curt Hopkins

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9 of the most entertaining clips from the AP’s impressive new YouTube archive

A look back at the nostalgic, the historic, and the overtly sexist.

On Aug 1, 2015 by Audra Schroeder

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Bill Cosby tried to stop the AP from airing his non-response to rape allegations

This just gets worse and worse.

On Nov 20, 2014 by Michelle Jaworski

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Should the AP Stylebook change ‘prostitute’ to ‘sex worker?’

Sex workers and their allies are asking the AP Stylebook to change the term "prostitute" to "sex worker" in its 2015 edition. 

On Oct 15, 2014 by EJ Dickson

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The NFL allegedly had the Ray Rice video in April

New AP report contradicts statements made by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell this week.

On Sep 10, 2014 by Michelle Jaworski

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How to speak ill of Joan Rivers on Facebook

If you're going to dance on her grave, do it with tact.

On Sep 8, 2014 by Emmett Rensin

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The AP Stylebook’s latest change is wrong, but that’s never mattered less

Over? More than? There's more than meets the eye to the latest linguistic meltdown.

On Mar 20, 2014 by Miles Klee

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Email reveals U.S. military ordered evidence of bin Laden’s death destroyed

A recently obtained email reveals that a high-ranking U.S. official ordered military officers to destroy photographs of Osama bin Laden’s remains.

On Feb 11, 2014 by Dell Cameron

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This footage from North Korea is what Instagram Video was made for

Pyongyang is closed to the world, but it's open on Instagram.

On Jul 30, 2013 by Kris Holt

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Chinese media mistake deviantART for Japanese military concepts

Artist Ridwan Chandra Choa is glad for the extra attention, though.

On May 23, 2013 by Fidel Martinez

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The Tweekender: What happens when movie Twitter accounts die?

Plus: The Associated Press starts selling Twitter ads, Germany's Angela Merkel says she has no plans to tweet

On Jan 11, 2013 by Kris Holt