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With the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program in the news, members of the public, TV commentators and politicians are commonly referring to the program’s beneficiaries as “Dreamers.”
During a panel at the American Copy Editors Society national conference in St. Petersburg, Florida, on Friday, it was announced that the 2017 AP Stylebook will include guidance on the limited use of “they” as a singular pronoun.
It’s now easier for AP Stylebook Online subscribers to find what they’re looking for with the launch of a redesigned APStylebook.com.
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: