Documenting atrocities committed by the Islamic State can seem impossible. A new report from the Associated Press, however, catalogs 72 mass graves around Syria and Iraq -- including one site that held 1,700 bodies. Gwen Ifill speaks with the AP's…
Yuan spent a year and a half looking through the thousands of photos he took between 2004 and 2014 in China, creating large-scale collages to tell a larger story about Chinese politics.
By Raphael Satter, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — FBI officials say there's no clear evidence the agency violated its own rules when it posed as The Associated Press to unmask a criminal, according to a report obtained through a public records lawsuit.
An 18-month investigation into the use of slave labor in southeast Asia to bring seafood to American restaurants and supermarkets earned the Associated Press a Pulitzer Prize for Public Service. Since the report was made public, more than 2,000 slaves…
By Corinne Segal
"Hamilton" joined cartoonist Jack Ohman, critic Emily Nussbaum, writer Kathryn Schulz and others that were honored at the Pulitzer Prize announcements Monday.
By Joshua Barajas
A new tally raised the death toll of the stampede last month near Mecca, Saudi Arabia to at least 1,453 people, making it the deadliest disaster in the history of the annual hajj pilgrimage.
By PBS NewsHour
In our NewsHour Shares video of the day, 555,000 archival newsreel videos are being released by the Associated Press and British Movietone -- that's more than a million minutes of historic footage and quirky diversions, dating back to 1895.
The Associated Press and British Movietone are uploading more than 550,000 clips to YouTube that feature news events dating back to 1895, becoming the largest collection of archival news content on the video sharing website.
By Colleen Shalby
The Associated Press obtained documents revealing that in 2005, Bill Cosby testified to acquring Quaaludes -- a central nervous system depressant -- with the intention of providing them to women he wanted to have sex with. According to the…
By Ken Thomas, Associated Press
In a race for the Democratic presidential nomination with Hillary Rodham Clinton, the blunt talk about the economy and the gap between the rich and poor is working for Bernie Sanders.
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