Daily News, ProPublica win Pulitzer for eviction scandal

Rebecca Barbier
Abril 19, 2017

The New York Times staff received its prize for an alleged "agenda-setting" reporting on Putin's efforts to project Russia's power overseas, the announcement from the Columbia School of Journalism said.

The Washington Post's David Fahrenthold has won a Pulitzer Prize for his reporting, which included the revelation that Donald Trump had made false claims about his charitable fundraising as well as breaking the news of the tape in which the tycoon bragged about groping women.

Other winners included an worldwide consortium of more than 300 reporters on six continents exposing the so-called Panama Papers, detailing the hidden infrastructure and global scale of offshore tax havens used by the high and mighty.

From Japan, Kyodo News and The Asahi Shimbun took part in the ICIJ work from the beginning, while Japanese public broadcaster NHK joined it later.

The Daily News, a New York City tabloid, and ProPublica, a web-based platform specializing in investigative journalism, won for uncovering official abuse of eviction rules that ousted hundreds of mostly poor minorities from their homes, Pulitzer Prize Administrator Mike Pride said.

As the Associated Press reports, news organizations often get wind of their wins before they are officially announced.

The Pulitzer Prize is an award for achievements in newspaper, magazine and online journalism, literature and musical composition in the United States, according to published sources. His cartoons depicting political and cultural topics were described by the judges as "biting prose and crisp wit".

Editorial Writing: Art Cullen, The Storm Lake Times.

Local Reporting: The staff of The Salt Lake Tribune.

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This year's feature photography victor was E. Jason Wambsgans of the Chicago Tribune, for his portrayal of a 10-year-old boy who had been shot.

The Chicago Tribune - which, like the Sentinel, is owned by Tronc - won this year's Pulitzer for feature photography.

East Bay Times in Oakland, California, for coverage of the "Ghost Ship" fire, which killed 36 people at a warehouse party.

The award for biography went to New York-born Libyan writer Hisham Matar for The Return: Fathers, Sons and the Land in Between.

Trump's influence across the world was also reflected in the breaking news photography category-Daniel Berehulak received the prize for his look at Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte's brutal anti-drug campaign.

Berehulak won in the feature photography category two years ago for his moving portraits depicting the spread of Ebola in West Africa. Public service award winners receive a gold medal; the other awards carry a prize of $10,000 each.

Lynn Nottage won the drama award for "Sweat", a play which was described as "a nuanced yet powerful drama that reminds audiences of the stacked deck still facing workers searching for the American dream". The Pulitzer is America's most prestigious journalism award and given in 14 categories of journalism, as well as seven categories for the arts.

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