Associated Press

Associated Press reporter Martha Mendoza, right, speaks in the New York newsroom as the AP wins the Pulitzer Prize for public service, Monday in New York. AP journalists Esther Htusan, left, Robin McDowell, center, Mendoza and Margie Mason, not seen, documented the use of slave labor in Southeast Asia to supply seafood to American tables, an investigation that spurred the release of more than 2,000 captive workers. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan)

How 4 AP reporters got the story ‘Seafood from Slaves’

NEW YORK — The Associated Press expose on slavery in Southeast Asia's…

 

Matt Slocum/AP File PhotoIn this Oct. 29

AP Male Athlete of the Year: Madison Bumgarner

SAN FRANCISCO -- Madison Bumgarner sat in the outfield alongside Jake Peavy…

 

Mass resignations from Gingrich campaign

According to Politico and the Associated Press there have been mass resignations…

 

The AP's lazy T-Paw fact check

The Associated Press posted a “fact check” of Tim Pawlenty’s May 23rd…

Obama's Fairless flub

I should have looked more closely at the dateline—Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania—on the…

Romanian witches start Mandrake Party

It’s not only American TEA Party members who are fed up with…

Go north, young man

Other states may be grappling with massive budget deficits, but North Dakota…

Hollywood handouts

Incentives – including state tax credits, cash rebates, grants, sales tax exemptions,…