Over the past quarter, the AP Stylebook has released several timely rule reminders and updates.
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Also in our latest AP Style roundup, we cover pandemic vs. endemic and EV terminology.
Also in our end-of-year AP Style roundup, we cover if it’s French fries or french fries and gameday or game day.
In our latest quarterly roundup of AP Style reminders, we cover back-to-school terms, travel terminology, and more.
Our latest roundup of timely AP Style rules and reminders features rules for writing about disabilities, how to use hyphens, and more.
In our latest recap of timely AP Style rules and reminders, we cover impeachment, Black Lives Matter, and more.
Here’s our last quarterly AP Style roundup of 2020.
It’s time for our quarterly review of AP Style rules that you may need a refresher on. The latest roundup includes digital security tips for journalists as well as writing guidelines.
How many spaces should there be between sentences? Read on for that and other AP Stylebook rules.
Which is correct: COVID-19 or coronavirus? We have AP Style reminders on this and other topics in our quarterly round-up.
In our latest quarterly recap of AP Style rules, we review apostrophes and the proper usage of versus, vs., and v.
AP Style’s updated guidance on hyphens caused chaos among editors and writers. Read about this and other AP Style rules in our latest recap.
Does the comma go inside or outside the quotation marks? Is it login or log in? Read on for answers to these common AP Stylebook questions.
Is it baloney or bologna? What’s the correct way to abbreviate months? Here’s our roundup of recent AP Style changes and reminders.
Each quarter, we review a few timely AP Style rules and reminders. Here’s our latest look at some of the most recent and significant AP Stylebook changes.
Our look at some of the most recent and significant AP Stylebook changes.