2010 Pulitzer Prize winners announced — The Washington Post cleans up

The Post won four coveted Pulitzers in the international reporting, feature writing, commentary, and criticism categories. The New York Times captured awards for explanatory reporting and national reporting, and it shared a third prize. The big news is nonprofit news organization ProPublica, which won a share of a Pulitzer Prize for its investigative reporting. The Los Angeles Times said ProPublica’s win marked a “shift in how journalism in the United States is presented.” Here’s…

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