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Reporting one year after Ferguson

Aug. 9 marks the one-year anniversary of the fatal shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. In "Deadly Force: Confrontations with the Police," newly published by AP, learn how events in Ferguson and recent confrontations between the police and public have shaped reporting. The new book includes a first-person account of the unrest in Ferguson by AP St. Louis correspondent Jim Salter, who covered the story.

AP wins grant to study elections

Changes in voter behavior are challenging the methods used to conduct exit polls on Election Day. AP will use a $250,000 Knight Foundation grant to help find ways to more accurately project election winners and explain the vote.

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AP adds a million minutes of digitized footage to YouTube

The Associated Press and British Movietone have uploaded over a million minutes of digitized film footage to YouTube. The YouTube channels include more than 550,000 video stories dating from 1895 to the present day, including video from the San Francisco earthquake in 1906, exclusive footage of the bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941, Marilyn Monroe captured on film in London in the 1950s and Twiggy modeling the fashions of the 1960s. 

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