Press: Glittering Prizes

Eight of the twelve Pulitzer Prizes in journalism awarded last week went to dailies on TIME's ten best list—two each to the Los Angeles Times, the New York Times, the Boston Globe and the Wall Street Journal—and the winning entries generally reflected the papers' strengths.

The Los Angeles Times, which prides itself on massive projects, won in public service for a 27-part series, Latinos, based on more than 1,000 interviews and reported and edited by Mexican Americans on the staff. Editorial Cartoonist Paul Conrad, 59, an acid-penned liberal, won his third Pulitzer in 20...

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