Would you like two scoops or not? That’s how you tell the difference between dessert and desert.
One little space means the difference in how to use into and in to. Here’s a simple way to remember which to use.
The Associated Press is changing the way state names are used, effective May 1. No more abbreviating state names in stories.
Are they helping each other or one another? Here’s how you know which phrase to use.
The Associated Press added “selfie” to the stylebook. The addition accompanied another change I’m not sure I can make.
Among and between are not interchangeable. This post teaches how to use them correctly.
The Associated Press updated some of its crime-related stylebook entries, include those addressing murder and weapons. The crime entry changes will be part of the next stylebook, which is scheduled to publish May 29.