U (Under Way to U.S.News & World Report)
Spell out except when using it as a descriptor (U.S. Department of Energy); can also use
U.S. and States on second reference.
Use a hyphen when referring to a specific campus of a university system. (Example:
University of Penn State-Behrend)
The term for addresses on the Web; the acronym stands for Universal Resource Locator,
which need never be used. Never allow a Web address to break over two lines with a
hyphen; break if necessary using a required soft return following a slash or other mark of
punctuation that is part of the address. Try to avoid using a Web address at the end of a
sentence, where the period ending the sentence may be seen as part of the address.
U.S.News & World Report
Italicize. There is no space between U.S. and News.