“We feel bound to you and your congregations – by memory and duty,” the paper’s executive editor told a rabbi before donating the $15,000.
“The screen star, who is 30 years old, and the Pulitzer Prize-winning dramatist, who is 40, were married at 7:21 P.M. by Judge Seymour Robinowitz.”
The three winners of the Pulitzer Prize in Public Service thanked women.
Reporting by The Times’ Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey and The New Yorker’s Ronan Farrow set off worldwide outrage over sexual assault.
Historian David Kertzer won a Pulitzer Prize for his biography detailing how Benito Mussolini’s secret relationship with Pope Pius XI influenced the Italian dictator’s persecution of his country’s Jews.
So, you just won a Pulitzer Prize. Congrats! Your journalism legacy is secured. Unless you left journalism to work in PR, that is.
As high school seniors in Philadelphia, Barton Gellman and his co-editors of the school paper published stories about sex, contraception and abortion. Or tried to. Before the papers could be distributed, the school’s principal destroyed them and fired the editors. Gellman sued and won a favorable settlement, presaging the willingness to challenge authority that has defined his extraordinary journalistic career.
Prize-winning author Marilynne Robinson talks about how it felt to see Israel as a tangible landscape for the first time, what she thinks about BDS and how her trip will inform her future writing.
Pulitzer-Prize winning correspondent and author Richard Ben Cramer, best known for his chronicle of the 1988 U.S. presidential election, died on Monday in Baltimore.
What kind of author writes himself into his own novel? One with a great deal of hubris. But if that writer is 97-year-old Herman Wouk, we may judge him sympathetically.