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Pulitzer Winners Announced: 'NYT' Leads Pack

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Pulitzer Winners Announced: 'NYT' Leads Pack

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The 2009 Pulitzer Prizes were announced today at 3 p.m. at Columbia University. The 92nd annual awards, which for the first time allowed entries from online-only news sites, include the 14 journalism categories, with winners listed below. The New York Times leads this year's competition with five winners.


PUBLIC SERVICELas Vegas Sun, High Death Rate for Construction Workers

Finalists: New York Times, St. Petersburg Times' PolitiFact

BREAKING NEWS The New York Times for coverage of the scandal involving former Gov. Eliot Spitzer

Finalists: Houston Chronicle, St. Louis Post-Dispatch


The New York Times, David Barstow, Pentagon program using retired generals on TV

Finalists: Los Angeles Times (Paul Pringle), Milwuakee Journal-Sentinel


Los Angeles Times, Bettina Boxall and Julie Cart, wildfires

Finalists: New York Times (Adam Liptak), The Washington Post (AIG)


(TIE)Detroit Free Press for mayor corruptionEast Valley Tribune, Mesa, Ariz., Sheriff immigration enforcement

Finalists: The Times-Picayune, New Orleans


St. Petersburg Times for PolitiFact Web site

Finalists: The Washington Post (Dana Priest and Amy Goldstein), The Philadelphia Inquirer, Staff of the Wall Street Journal. …

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