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8 ways White House blocks press access

The fight for access to public information has never been harder, AP Washington Bureau Chief Sally Buzbee said recently at a joint meeting of editors and photo managers. Read Buzbee’s list of eight ways the Obama administration is making it tougher for journalists to obtain the information they need.
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Gazlay to lead top stories

Kristin Gazlay, an editor who has held major leadership positions at The Associated Press over a career extending more than three decades, has been appointed the news service's director of top stories.
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Mosul, Iraq in 1932 and today

A trove of photographs now housed at the Library of Congress offers a glimpse of a different Mosul — before wars, insurgency, sectarian strife and now radicals' rule. Here is a look at scenes from Mosul in more peaceful times and today under the rule of the Islamic State group.
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AP has released a new version of AP Mobile, its award-winning news app, to offer full support for Apple’s new operating system, iOS 8, and the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. In this Q&A, Michael Boord, director of mobile products, explains how AP is staying ahead in the mobile space.

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