Pulitzer Prizes: 2023 Winners List
The Pulitzer Committee credited the Associated Press’s Mstislav Chernov, Evgeny Malloretka, Vasilisa Stepanenko, and Lori Hinnant with “reports from the besieged city of Mariupol who witnessed the massacre of civilians during the Russian invasion of Ukraine. A Courageous Report”.
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Los Angeles Times staff
The Los Angeles Times won for “revealing covertly recorded conversations between city officials that contained racist comments,” followed by additional coverage investigating racial issues in local politics. continued.
finalist New York Times staff. Josh Gerstein, Alex Ward, Peter S. Canellos, Hailey Fuchs, Politico’s Heidi Przybyla
Wall Street Journal staff
The Wall Street Journal was recognized for “clear accountability reporting regarding financial conflicts of interest among employees of 50 federal agencies.”
finalist Joaquin Palomino and Trisha Tadani of the San Francisco Chronicle.Minneapolis Star Tribune Staff
Kaitlyn Dickerson in “Atlantic”
The committee said Dickerson’s study “is a well-reported and compelling account of the Trump administration’s policy of forcibly separating immigrant children from their parents.”
finalist Duaa Eldeib of ProPublica.Washington Post’s Terrence McCoy
AL.com and Mississippi Today
Two people won prizes in this year’s local report category. AL.com’s John Archibald, Ashley Lemkus, Ramsey Archibald, and Challen Stephens win for “exposing how the town of Brookside’s police exploited residents to inflate their income,” and the police forced the chief to resign. Mississippi Her Today’s Anna Wolfe was awarded for reporting how the former Mississippi governor spent millions of dollars in state welfare funds for her family and friends, including Brett her Ferb .
finalist Los Angeles Times staff
Washington Post’s Caroline Kitchener
Kitchener was awarded for “unwavering coverage that captures the complex consequences of life after Roe v. Wade,” including the story of a Texas teenager who gave birth to twins after being denied an abortion due to restrictions.
finalist Stefania Taladrid, Contributing Author, New Yorker. Joshua Schneyer, Mica Rosenberg, Kristina Cooke of Reuters
New York Times staff
For “resolute coverage of Russian aggression in Ukraine”, including a well-reported investigation into the death of a Ukrainian in the town of Bucha.
finalist Reuters’ Paul Karsten, David Lewis, Reed Levinson and Libby George.Yaroslav Trofimov and James Merson of The Wall Street Journal
Chalabi’s illustrations were awarded for “combining statistical reporting with sharp analysis to help readers understand the immense wealth and economic power of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos.”
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Associated Press photo staff
The Associated Press provided “unique and urgent images of the first weeks of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine,” the commission said.
finalist AP’s Rafiq Maqbool and Eranga Jayawardena. Lynsey Addario of The New York Times
Christina House for the Los Angeles Times
To “take a close look at the life of a 22-year-old pregnant woman living in a tent on the street.”
finalist Associated Press photo staff.Gabriel Lurie and Stephen Lam of the San Francisco Chronicle