Our newsroom was awarded a Pulitzer Prize.

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The Washington Post has won the 2022 Pulitzer Prize for public service

This week, the staff of The Washington Post won the most prestigious award in American journalism: the Pulitzer Prize for public service for our coverage of the causes, costs and aftermath of the Ja‌n. 6 attack at the U.S. Capitol. The Post was also honored in three additional categories as a finalist.

This award recognizes the meaningful work of our tireless newsroom.

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The 2022 Pulitzer Prize for public service: Washington Post staff
Coverage of Ja‌n. 6
The Pulitzer Board lauded The Post "for its compellingly told and vividly presented account of the assault on Washington… providing the public with a thorough and unflinching understanding of one of the nation's darkest days."
By Washington Post Staff • Read the stories »
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Our Pulitzer Prize finalists
Investigative Reporting
The last days inside Trailer 83
Hannah Dreier and Andrew Ba Tran were finalists in investigative reporting for a series that revealed in unstinting human terms how FEMA is struggling in its increasingly urgent mission to help America's disaster survivors in the age of climate change and stark inequality, prompting congressional action and policy overhauls.
By Hannah Dreier and Andrew Ba Tran • Read the stories »
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National Reporting
'This is environmental racism'
The pandemic exposed an ugly truth: Communities of color disproportionately suffer from poor health. Darryl Fears was a finalist in national reporting for revealing pollution's role in this crisis and exploring the environmental justice movement.
By Darryl Fears • Read the stories »
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Illustrated Reporting and Commentary
Flying the unfriendly skies
Castigating the powerful, highlighting the absurdity of modern politics and championing the powerless: the genius of Ann Telnaes, a finalist for illustrated reporting and commentary.
By Ann Telnaes • See her work »
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