AP statement on EPA meeting
UPDATED on May 22 at 1:53 p.m. ET: The following statement is from AP Director of Media Relations Lauren Easton:
AP statement on deported journalist
The Associated Press issued this statement today from Vice President for International News Ian Phillips regarding the deportation of Justin Lynch, a freelance journalist working for AP, from South Sudan:
AP general counsel urges lawmakers to strengthen FOIA
Associated Press General Counsel Karen Kaiser today urged lawmakers to enact bipartisan legislation now before the U.S. Senate to strengthen the Freedom of Information Act and make it work better.
AP CEO welcomes DOJ’s revised media guidelines
The Associated Press today welcomed revised guidelines on how the federal government could obtain records from the news media during leak investigations.
AP statement on Mueller report
AP Executive Editor Kathleen Carroll offered the following statement in response to a report from former FBI Director Robert S. Mueller III, who was hired by the NFL to investigate how the league pursued evidence in the Ray Rice abuse case: