- Expanded guidance on climate change, with new entries such as carbon dioxide, carbon footprint, desertification and greenwashing.
- A new entry on artificial intelligence text chatbot ChatGPT that advises against using language that attributes human characteristics to this and similar tools.
- New philanthropy terms including nonprofit vs. not-for-profit, GivingTuesday, LYBUNT and crowdfunding.
- A change in AP style from LGBTQ to LGBTQ+ to make it more inclusive.
- A new entry on Civil Rights Movement, which should be capitalized when referring to the specific historical period in the U.S. mainly in the 1950s and '60s.
- The addition of B.C.E. and C.E. as acceptable options in referencing a calendar year in the period before Christ and anno Domini: in the year of the Lord, respectively. B.C.E. stands for Before the Common Era while C.E. stands for the Common Era.
- A new entry on euthanasia, medically assisted suicide, physician-assisted suicide that spells out proper usage for each term.
- An updated entry on borscht, which is a soup or stew, usually made from beets, eaten across Eastern Europe, Russia and elsewhere.
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