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# Pulitzer Prize

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# Storm Lake Times
This tiny, family-run newspaper in Iowa just won a Pulitzer Prize
The paper’s staff haven’t let the honour go to their heads.
# strider wolf
Heartbreaking photo essay of boy who was almost beaten to death aged two wins Pulitzer Prize
Six-year-old Strider Wolf was beaten so badly by his mother’s boyfriend when he was two that he has been left with permanent scars, both visual and unseen.
# Appointments
Dubliner Samantha Power to become US's new UN ambassador in reshuffle
Pulitzer winner Samantha Power is taking over from Susan Rice, who is becoming Barack Obama’s National Security Advisor.
# Syria
In Pics: The Pulitzer prize winning photographs for breaking news
The Associated Press was awarded the prize for their coverage of the Syrian civil war.
# roger ebert
Legendary film critic Roger Ebert dies following cancer battle
Working for the Chicago Sun-Times since 1967, Ebert was the first journalist to win a Pulitzer Prize for movie criticism. He had announced yesterday he was being treated for a recurrent cancer.
# sitdown sunday
Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads
The very best of the week’s writing from around the web
# sitdown sunday
Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads
The very best of the week’s writing from around the web.
# Pulitzer
AP, New York Times, Huffington Post among Pulitzer winners
The NYT takes two awards, while local papers in Pennsylvania and Alabama won for their reporting of scandals and tornados.
# Justice
Celebrities and a cat campaign for a Pulitzer for The Onion
Watch Tom Hanks, Ricky Gervais, Bo the Dog and Gustav the Cat throw their weight behind satirical news site The Onion’s bid for one of journalism’s top prizes.
# illegal
Pulitzer Prize winning journalist says he's an illegal alien
Jose Antonio Vargas has written for the Washington Post and the New Yorker whilst living illegally in the US.
Pulitzer Prize winners for 2011 unveiled
Names of this year’s award-winning journalists, photographers and writers has been released and includes, for the first time ever, recognition for work not produced in print.