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During a panel at the American Copy Editors Society national conference in
Portland, Oregon, on Saturday, it was announced that the
2016 AP Stylebook will lowercase the
words ‘internet’ and ‘web.’
AP U.S. Political Editor David Scott today outlined new
style guidance regarding Hillary Clinton, sending this memo to staff:
The international climate summit in Paris opens Nov. 30, and AP will
be providing extensive coverage.
Work is starting on the 2016 edition of The Associated Press Stylebook.
Beth Harpaz oversees The Associated Press’ global coverage of travel, keeping it practical, on-trend and authoritative. Here, she previews a number of new columns debuting this month and explains why AP offers the best “travel perks”: