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Deleting illegal immigrants' Wednesday April 10, 2013, 5:00 PM Ruben Navarrette Jr. writes for The Washington Post. The Associated Press should admit its mistake and print a correction...Even the official explanation by AP Executive Editor Kathleen
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Apr 5, 2013 As one of the world's largest news outlets, the Associated Press's linguistic mandates significantly shape the broader vernacular. So when the organization this week decided to stop using the term illegal immigrant, it was a big victory
AP will no longer use the phrase 'illegal immigrant.' The AP stylebook has significant influence in the media world, meaning the change is about more than just semantics. Los Angeles The move by the Associated Press this week to drop the term illegal
As lawmakers in Washington debate the possibility of legalization for 11 million immigrants, a more basic question has emerged in the nation's newsrooms and beyond: what to call those immigrants. Most news organizations have long used the term "
The Associated Press has made news repeatedly in recent months for Stylebook revisions: for example, for both relinquishing the term homophobia and welcoming the usage of his husband and her wife. On Tuesday, they announced the AP stylebook will no
This afternoon, the Associated Press announced that they will no longer use the term illegal immigrant' and illegal' to describe a person. The news collective's Stylebook, which is the arbiter of journalistic style, is followed by many outlets.
The Republican leveled most of his criticism at President Barack Obama and Democrats during two 30-minute presentations that led to standing ovations in both chambers. "I'm for sequestration," Hatch said, if Congress can't cut spending. "We've got to
Embark on this interactive, GIF-tastic quest for a coveted US green card...Opponents are falling over themselves to portray it as amnesty , but the Obama plan shows the White House's sensitivity to the "back of the line" question: How do you keep
California's young immigrants who have been granted reprieves to stay in the country stand to gain little from the federal health reform law that the state Legislature is working to implement. The Affordable Care Act excludes illegal immigrants from