Rounding up the stories behind the Pulitzers

The Pulitzer Prize Gold Medal, which is awarded to papers that win in the public service category. | Image courtesy Columbia University

It’s Pulitzer day, which means a select group of newsrooms around the country are celebrating their wins of one of the most prestigious prizes in journalism.

Check Columbia University’s Pulitzer site for all the winners and runners-up, along with links to the nominated work.

We’re also keeping a running list of all the interesting “stories behind the stories” we can find.

See something we missed? Suggest it in the comments and we’ll add it.

Congratulations to all the winners and finalists!


About Tyler Dukes

Tyler Dukes is the managing editor for Reporters' Lab, a project through Duke University's DeWitt Wallace Center for Media and Democracy. Follow him on Twitter as @mtdukes.
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