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  • Charlotte Observer cartoonist Kevin Siers wins Pulitzer Prize

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. Editorial cartoonist Kevin Siers, who for the last quarter-century has skewered political egos across the Carolinas with the tip of a paintbrush, was awarded the Pulitzer Prize on Monday. Siers, 59, is the third Charlotte Observer...
  • The Gazette's Dave Philipps win Pulitzer for national reporting

    COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. The Gazette's Dave Philipps was awarded the Pulitzer Prize on Monday for "Other Than Honorable," a three-day investigative series last year that examined how soldiers injured during war were being discharged with no benefits....
  • Stephen Henderson of Detroit Free Press wins Pulitzer Prize for commentary

    DETROIT The Detroit Free Press won its 10th Pulitzer Prize Monday for the commentary work of Editorial Page Editor Stephen Henderson, whose unflinching examination of Detroit's financial collapse gave readers a sobering look at the past and a hopeful road...
  • Factbox: 98th annual Pulitzer Prizes are awarded

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - Columbia University announced on Monday the winners of the 98th annual Pulitzer Prizes, among the most prestigious recognitions for achievement in U.S. journalism and the arts. The following are the winners in each category:...
  • Pakistan separatists claim responsibility for deadly market bombing

    ISLAMABAD, Pakistan -- A separatist group from the restive southwestern province of Baluchistan has claimed responsibility for a powerful explosion that ripped through a crowded fruit and vegetable market in Islamabad on Wednesday, killing at least 23...
  • Afghan police officer kills Western journalist in Khowst province

    KABUL, Afghanistan — An Afghan police officer turned his weapon on two Western journalists Friday, killing one and wounding the other inside a security forces compound in eastern Afghanistan on the eve of the country's closely watched presidential...
  • Why did Calif. state Sen. Leland Yee escape terrorism charges?

    WALNUT CREEK, Calif. Shocking enough are the allegations that a long-perceived unassuming state senator tried brokering an international arms deal with military-style rifles and rocket launchers, but Leland Yee may have narrowly escaped an even more...
  • It's law enforcement vs. the 1st Amendment, and citizens are losing

    If you drive down Buckeye Road at the southern edge of Lima, Ohio, you'll pass an industrial complex where General Dynamics makes armored vehicles for the U.S. military. But if you stop and take a photograph, you just might find yourself detained by...
  • Vanity Fair To Launch First-Ever TV Series On Investigation Discovery

    Vanity Fair is set to launch its first-ever TV series, "Vanity Fair Confidential," on Discovery Communication's Investigation Discovery network in the fourth quarter of this year. To produce the one-hour episodes, ID producers will comb through Vanity...
  • 'Scandal,' 'House of Cards,' 'The Bridge,' 'Orphan Black' Among Peabody Winners

    The 73rd annual Peabody Award winners are a typically eclectic list ranging from hits such as ABC's "Scandal" and AMC's "Breaking Bad" to Netflix's groundbreaking drama "House of Cards" to BBC America's buzzworthy "Orphan Black." Among the scripted...
  • Cuban blogger says her digital newspaper is launching soon

    MIAMI Cuban blogger Yoani Sanchez says her planned digital newspaper is just weeks away from its debut, with a dozen staffers getting last minute training and looking for novel ways to distribute the reports with text messages, emails and digital memory...