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The Associated Press received five awards Monday night from the Deadline Club, the New York City chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.
The Associated Press won a Robert F. Kennedy Journalism Award in the domestic print category Friday for its coverage of U.S. immigration policies under President Donald Trump.
Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace today announced the team of reporters across the U.S. and in the nation’s capital who will cover the 2020 presidential race for The Associated Press.
Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace today announced that AP political reporter Will Weissert, currently in Austin, Texas, will relocate to the nation’s capital to cover the 2020 presidential campaign.
Vice President for International News Ian Phillips today announced a key appointment, sending this memo to staff: