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Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace announced today the addition of two political reporters to cover the 2020 presidential campaign in Iowa and New Hampshire.
Thanks to an expert team of data journalists, AP has set a new standard for the industry and helped define collaborative, data-driven journalism at a time when local news needs it most.
The Associated Press will add two journalists dedicated to local news coverage in Connecticut and New York as part of the 2019 Report for America program.
Washington Bureau Chief Julie Pace announced today that AP reporter Brian Slodysko, previously based in Indianapolis, will cover money and politics from the nation’s capital.
Early on New Year’s Day, an AP photographer at the U.S.-Mexico border in Tijuana, Mexico, captured dramatic photos of tear gas being fired at migrants climbing a fence.