May 2006
Columbia Journalism Review;May/Jun2006, Vol. 45 Issue 1, p8
The article presents the finalists for the Pulitzer Prizes in Journalism in 2006. The finalists for the public service category include The Sun Herald, The Times-Picayune, The Blade, and The Washington Post. The finalists for the breaking news reporting category include The Times-Picayune staff, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution staff, and South Florida Sun-Sentinel staff. The finalists for the investigative reporting category include Susan Schmidt, James V. Grimaldi, and R. Jeffrey Smith of The Washington Post, and Jason Felch and Ralph Frammolino of the Los Angeles Times.


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