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The series was inspired by a Pulitzer Prize-winning 2015 ProPublica article about a woman who was charged with filing a false report after claiming that... [Read More]
Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Eric Foner talks how the 13th, 14th and 15th amendments relate to current debates about voting rights, mass incarceration and reparations for... [Read More]
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"The Goldfinch" is the biggest box-office flop of the year so far. So what went wrong?  The movie takes the novel's linear structure and mixes... [Read More]
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Hello, Sewickley,... [Read More]
Prosecutors in Manhattan are now seeking eight years of tax returns and business records from President Donald Trump as part of a criminal investigation. And... [Read More]
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Pulitzer Prize winner Paul Ingrassia, a former managing editor of Reuters News who chronicled the ups and downs of the auto industry for more than... [Read More]
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Former Reuters Managing Editor Paul Ingrassia has passed away after battling cancer. He was a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author of many articles and books... [Read More]
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"Unbelievable" was going to be provocative under any circumstances, focusing on a Pulitzer Prize-winning article about how a serial rapist evaded detection for some time,... [Read More]
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One of the leading chroniclers of the auto industry for more than three decades, the writer died on Monday in Naples, Fla. Read a selection... [Read More]
"Unbelievable" was going to be provocative under any circumstances, focusing on a Pulitzer Prize-winning article about how a serial rapist evaded detection for some time,... [Read More]
Paul Ingrassia, a longtime journalist for The Wall Street Journal and Reuters who won a 1993 Pulitzer Prize for his coverage of a boardroom revolt... [Read More]
Click here to see more of Pulitzer Prize-winner Adam Zyglis political cartoons. [Read More]
The 8-episode miniseries premiered on September 13. It's based on a Pulitzer Prize-winning 2015 ProPublica article about a teen who was raped in Washington and... [Read More]
words that historian Eric Foner has borrowed for the title of his timely and important new book on the amendments and their enduring relevance today.... [Read More]
Warner Bros.' "The Goldfinch" made $2.6 million domestically over the weekend, the worst box-office debut of the year for a movie opening in over 2,500... [Read More]
Busier than ever, the acclaimed composer continues to boldly explore the cutting edge of music, 50 years after he began teaching at UC San Diego... [Read More]
Jean Edward Smith, a prize-winning historian known for his books on Franklin Roosevelt and Ulysses Grant, has died. He was 86. Simon & Schuster confirmed... [Read More]
"The first thing is to understand who your new neighbors are and why they came here," author and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Sonia Nazario said. [Read More]
Ann Marie Lipinski's name, sitting alongside seven others, hangs on the wall at the entrance of the Daily's newsroom — noting her Pulitzer Prize from... [Read More]
Business is booming for "The Goldfinch," and it goes beyond the bestselling novel and much-anticipated movie that opened in theaters Friday. Centuries before author Donna... [Read More]
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