The 2015 Pulitzer winners are announced

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[Above] Pulitzer Celebration at the Los Angeles Times
2015 Pulitzer winners and the victory stories from their newspapers:
Public Service – Charleston Post and Courier for “Till Death Do Us Part”. | The paper’s story about its prize.
Breaking News – Seattle Times staff for its landslide coverage. | The Times’ prize story.prizes
Investigative ReportingEric Lipton of the New York Times for his reporting on the influence of lobbyists; and the Wall Street Journal staff for “Medicare Unmasked”. | WSJ editor-in-chief’s tweet about the win.
Explanatory ReportingZachary R. Mider of Bloomberg News for his reporting on tax-dodging U.S. companies. | Bloomberg’s prize story.
Local ReportingRob Kuznia, Rebecca Kimitch and Frank Suraci of the Daily Breeze (Torrance, CA) for their investigation of school district corruption. | The Daily Breeze’s prize story.
National ReportingCarol D. Leonnig of the Washington Post for her Secret Service coverage. | The Post’s prize story.
International Reporting – New York Times staff for its Ebola coverage.
Feature WritingDiana Marcum of the Los Angeles Times for her stories on the California drought. | The Times’ story about its two prizes.
CommentaryLisa Falkenberg of the Houston Chronicle for coverage of Texas grand jury abuses. | The Chronicle’s prize story.
CriticismMary McNamara of the Los Angeles Times for her television criticism.
Editorial writingKathleen Kingsbury of the Boston Globe for “Service Not Included.” | The Globe’s prize story.
Editorial CartooningAdam Zyglis of the Buffalo News. | The News’ prize story.
Breaking News Photography – St. Louis Post-Dispatch photography staff for its images from Ferguson. | The P-D’s prize story.
Feature PhotographyDaniel Berehulak, New York Times freelancer, for his photographs of the Ebola epidemic in West Africa.

* 2015 Pulitzer Prize winners and finalists (pulitzer.org)

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