Associated Press CEO Gary Pruitt told staff "it appears" that Niedringhaus was one of two journalists "targeted and attacked" while covering the run-up to the...
Actress says producing is "almost more interesting" than acting
Covered 66 Academy Awards ceremonies and RFK's shooting
News agency claims painting of prosecutor copies an AP photo
A Pulitzer Prize-winning freelance photographer was axed by the news service after he revealed photoshopping
The "American Hustle" and "Hunger Games: Catching Fire" star also beat out "Breaking Bad" and Justin Timberlake
"There's no reason to not participate," senior vice president of digital strategy and products Jim Kennedy tells TheWrap
Norm Gomlak was an editor on AP's South Desk
Virginia politics reporter Bob Lewis and Richmond-based news editor Dena Potter were let go
The wire service falsely accused the Virginia gubernatorial candidate of lying to a postal inspector
AP president and CEO wants the justice department to return phone records reportedly seized over two months in early 2012
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The AP changes its stance on the use of term.
The Associated Press faced criticism earlier this month for advising its reporters to use "couple" or "partner" when referring to civil unions or same-sex marriages
Bruce Willis thinks gun control would impede on his ability to "Live Free or Die Hard"
The Los Angeles Times is expected to keep its separate agreement with the news service
Associated Press taps Fergus Bell as its first editor of social media in a push to use more user generated content
Dinesh D'Souza, who wrote and narrates "2016: Obama's America," says that an Associated Press story fact-checking his hit documentary is a "crude and inaccurate attack"
The Associated Press has selected its new CEO and President, grabbing McClatchy's Gary Pruitt, an AP board member
News Right, the newspaper industry's digital licensing group, has made its first deal with a major aggregator, Moreover Technologies
The Associated Press filed a suit in a New York court against news aggregator Meltwater, which gets a split decision in a ruling on similar...
A Pew study found that major news organizations like Time, the New York Times and ABC News have failed to transition their big advertisers online
"Topiary" is allegedly the spokesman for LulzSec, a hacking group that has promised to release a trove of documents on News Corp.'s phone hacking
When the New York Times and the Associated Press finally issue the press release, we will no longer be behind the curve
News service rushing to capitalize on William & Kate fever with commemorative photo hardcover
Former head of network to lead independent digital rights organization for news providers launching this summer
Associated Press, street artist come to agreement; suit over use in Obey clothing continues
AP’s claims against Shepard Fairey’s use of photo for 2008 election poster dropped, but merchandising case still scheduled for March
Agreement ends months of "thorny" negotiations; search giant can continue using news co-op's content
Use of copyrighted photo for iconic "Hope" poster heads to court