The Associated Press reported on Wednesday that Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign sought to oust former Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz months before her forced resignation. The story was first reported by the Washington Free Beacon last week.
The State Department announced Thursday that it has agreed to release all of Hillary Clinton’s detailed planning schedules from her tenure as secretary of state to the Associated Press before the presidential election in November.
Top White House allies are mounting a campaign to discredit recent reports Iran will be responsible for investigating its own military facility for evidence of nuclear activities under an agreement between international inspectors and Tehran.
It is the year 2015, and this is an actual headline from one of the most respected institutions in the field of journalism—the Associated Press—for its story on Hillary Clinton’s paid speech to a group of female tech executives in California:
The Associated Press and other media outlets are coming under fire for censoring photos of the Charlie Hebdo cartoons that Islamist radicals used to justify a terrorist attack on the French satirical magazine’s office on Wednesday.
The Communist government of North Korea has at least partial control over hiring, news collection, and story selection for the Associated Press’ Pyongyang Bureau, according to a report from NK News. The report hinges on a 2011 draft of an agreement between the AP and the state-run Korean News Agency of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (KCNA) obtained from sources within the AP, and on interviews with 14 current and former AP staffers.