The newspapers "Washington Post" and "New York Times" as well as the news agency AP have been awarded the Pulitzer Prize for their reporting on restrictions on US attrition rights and the Ukraine war.
The Washington Post's Caroline Kitchener received what is probably the most famous journalistic award in the world on Monday for her reporting on a woman who gave birth to twins because of restrictions on abortion rights in the United States.
The New York Times won the international reporting category "for its unflinching coverage of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, including an eight-month investigation into Ukrainian deaths in the city of Bucha." AP honored the jury for its visual and written reporting from the heavily contested Ukrainian city of Mariupol, long after other news organizations had left the area. The 107th Pulitzer Prizes were announced by Administrator Marjorie Miller. Fifteen of the Pulitzer Prize's 23 categories are dedicated to journalistic work, from investigative stories to photos to cartoons. The award is also given for literature, music and theatre. The winners are determined by a jury based at New York's Columbia University.