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As the 2022 FIFA World Cup kicks off in Qatar, AP journalists are covering the action in text, video, live video and photos for customers around the world.
At 6:32 p.m. ET on Wednesday, more than a week after Election Day, The Associated Press called the U.S. House for the Republican Party after Republicans secured the 218th seat needed to gain control.
AP’s Mariupol team accepted on Thursday the International Center for Journalists Knight International Journalism Award for their courageous work documenting the reality of life in the besieged Ukrainian city.
In a memo to AP’s global news staff on Monday, Executive Editor Julie Pace announced that Amanda Barrett, vice president and head of news audience, is now vice president of standards and inclusion:
Beginning today a selection of AP stories will be available on TikTok.