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In a memo to staff on Monday, Global Investigations Editor Ron Nixon announced a reorganized global investigations team at The Associated Press, including two new additions:
Reporting on the harrowing perils faced by migrants around the world and bloody protests in Haiti has earned AP journalists two prestigious awards from the Overseas Press Club of America.
In a memo to staff on Thursday, Managing Editor Brian Carovillano announced that International Investigations Editor Ron Nixon has been promoted to global investigations editor:
Managing Editor Brian Carovillano announced on Thursday Aaron Morrison and Katrease Stafford will join AP as race and ethnicity writers.
Here is his memo to staff:
The Catholic Church’s efforts to reckon with clergy sex abuse were examined during an AP panel discussion on Tuesday at the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY in New York.