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Whether within the newsroom or in conversations with clients, citation of AP Stylebook entries regularly settles editorial debates about spelling and formatting. The Stylebook includes additions and changes made throughout the year on AP Stylebook Online, including new guidance on the use of they as a singular, gender-neutral pronoun in some cases. Other changes include: A new entry on fact checks and fake news, providing guidelines on fact-checking politicians and public officials. The entry also advises not to use the label of fake news on individual news items that are simply disputed; instead, be specific about what is meant. New guidance on the use of cyberattack, stating the term is routinely overused and instead writers should describe the specifics of the damage. A new entry on addictions and revised drug-related entries, including guidance to avoid words like abuse, problem, addict and abuser in most uses.







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