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Executive Editor Julie Pace and Vice President and Head of Global News Production Derl McCrudden announced on Thursday a key appointment: Lucy Nicholson will join AP as its new director of photography.
In a memo to staff, Climate and Environment News Director Peter Prengaman announced that Dorany Pineda will join AP to cover the intersection of Latinos, water, climate and environment in the U.S.:
Today AP launched a new weekly politics newsletter, "Ground Game," that features top politics and elections news from Washington and across the United States ahead of the 2024 presidential election.
In a memo to staff, Race and Ethnicity News Editor Aaron Morrison announced two new hires to AP’s Race and Ethnicity team:
In a memo to staff on Friday, Deputy Head of Newsgathering Michael Giarrusso announced that Cara Rubinsky will lead AP’s business news coverage: