Money Road Diary, New York Times Among Pulitzer Champs
New York: The Money Road Diary won the Pulitzer Prize for analytical announcing for uncovering monetary irreconcilable circumstances among authorities at many government offices, the honor director said on Monday.
The Los Angeles Times won the Pulitzer Prize for letting it be known for uncovering a subtly recorded discussion among city authorities that included bigoted remarks, while the Washington Post brought back home the public revealing honor for her inclusion of fetus removal after the U.S. High Court’s choice to kill a cross country right to fetus removal.
The New York Times won the award for worldwide revealing for its inclusion of the Russian intrusion of Ukraine. A Reuters group was named as a finalist in that class for a series uncovering grave denials of basic liberties by the Nigerian military against ladies and kids during its long conflict with Islamist aggressors.
The yearly Pulitzers, first introduced in 1917, are the most renowned distinctions in U.S. news-casting.