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Trump Threatens Super-PAC Against Ted Cruz, Doubles Down on Cruz’s Dad

So, Donald Trump once again blamed Ted Cruz for the fact that he called Cruz’s wife ugly, once again suggested Cruz’s dad was close with Lee Harvey Oswald, and suggested that the National Enquirer deserves a Pulitzer Prize. Then, he formed a plan to create a Super-PAC to defeat Ted Cruz in the future. Donald […]

William Gaines, Prizewinning Investigative Reporter, Dies at 82

A longtime journalist whose reporting on corruption in Chicago won two Pulitzer Prizes.

Donald Trump Wonders Out Loud: ‘Why Didn’t the National Enquirer Get the Pulitzer Prize?’

2 days agoNews : Mediaite

The issue surfaced Friday in light of the fact that Cruz's refusal to officially endorse his party's nominee came largely from the fact that Trump has disrespected his family.

Jonathan Gold on Working with Dr. Dre to Neck Tacos

On the latest MUNCHIES: The Podcast episode, I ate shrimp tacos with Pulitzer Prize winning food writer Jonathan Gold to discuss how he discovered Dr. Dre and his impressions on LA's changing foodscape.

Paramount Dates Denzel Washington’s Feature Adaptation Of ‘Fences’

Paramount has staked out Dec. 16 in the heart of awards season to launch the big screen version of August Wilson’s Pulitzer Prize and Tony winning play Fences which Denzel Washington is directing and starring in alongside Viola Davis, Mykelti Williamson and Russell Hornsby. Fences will have a wide break on Christmas day. Show More Summary

'The Innocents,' A Conversation with Ace Atkins

Photo: Joe Worthem Ace Atkins, while working as a crime reporter for the Tampa Tribune, earned a Pulitzer Prize nomination for his coverage of a cold case from the 1950s. At age 27, his first novel, Crossroad Blues, was published and...Show More Summary

Lin-Manuel Miranda And Jennifer Lopez Collaborate On ‘Love Make The World Go Round’ On ‘Today’

Lin-Manuel Miranda could have spent his first Monday off relaxing since he no longer performs at the Broadway smash, Hamilton, but the actor-composer needs to perform. On July 11, the Pulitzer Prize winner and Jennifer Lopez performed on Today to debut their duet to a live audience. Show More Summary

‘Killing Fields’ journalist Sydney Schanberg dies at age 82

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

Journalist Sydney Schanberg Dies Aged 82 Former correspondent of The New York Times Sydney Hillel Schanberg died Saturday at the age of 82 in Poughkeepsie, New York. He was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for his coverage of the genocide in Cambodia in 1975. His death was confirmed by former Times...

Journalist Sydney Schanberg Dies

Sydney H. Schanberg, a correspondent for the New York Times who won a Pulitzer Prize for covering Cambodia's fall to the Khmer Rouge in 1975, died Saturday. He was 82. A restive, intense, Harvard-educated newspaperman, Schanberg wasShow More Summary

Sydney Schanberg Dead - Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist Dies at 82

Famed journalist Sydney Schanberg has sadly died at the age of 82, according to the New York Times. The Pulitzer Prize winner suffered from a heart attack on Tuesday (July 5) in Poughkeepsie, NY. Besides his impressive journalism career, Sydney‘s life was also the inspiration behind the film The Killing Fields, which chronicled his experiences [...]

Sydney Schanberg dies at 82; New York Times correspondent won Pulitzer Prize for coverage of Cambodia

Sydney H. Schanberg, a former correspondent for the New York Times awarded a Pulitzer Prize for his coverage of the genocide in Cambodia in 1975 — and whose story of the survival of his assistant inspired the film "The Killing Fields" — has died. He was 82. The Times reported that Schanberg died...

Sydney H. Schanberg Is Dead at 82; Former Times Correspondent Chronicled Terror of 1970s Cambodia

Mr. Schanberg won a Pulitzer Prize for covering the fall of the Lon Nol regime to the Khmer Rouge in 1975 and inspired the film “The Killing Fields,” an intense recounting of his Cambodian colleague’s survival during the genocide of millions.

Overrated/Underrated: Be thankful we can count on 'Archer'

UNDERRATED Henry Threadgill’s “Old Locks and Irregular Verbs”: A winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Music earlier this year for the album “In for a Penny, In for a Pound,” this saxophonist-composer released this album earlier this year, and it offers an inviting primer to the odd-angled musical structures...

Filled Negro: A Question Of Questionable Character. As "The Philadelphia Inquirer" Reports On 5 Of The 6 Star Basketball Players From "The Franklin Learning Center High School" As MURDER VICTIMS, Filled Negro Focusing His Post-Racial Progressive Fundamen


Best Books of the Year So Far: Biographies and Memoirs

A look at a few of our favorites from the first half of 2016, including an unexpected soldier's story, the latest from a winner of the Pulitzer Prize and a National Book Award, and the story behind Hemingway's best book.

‘Angels In America,’ The Oral History – How Tony Kushner’s Play Became The Defining Work Of American Art Of The Past 25 Years

3 weeks agoArts : Modern Art Notes

“Twenty-five years ago this summer, Tony Kushner’s Angels in America premiered in the tiny Eureka Theatre in San Francisco’s Mission District. Within two years it had won the Pulitzer Prize … Slate talked to more than 50 actors, directors, playwrights, and critics to tell the story of Angels‘ turbulent ascension into the pantheon of great […]

Reports of Cormac McCarthy's Death Are Greatly Exaggerated

3 weeks agoNews : Newsweek: US

The internet wants you to believe that legendary novelist Cormac McCarthy has died. The internet, as usual, is wrong. The confusion began Tuesday morning when Alfred E. Knopf—the Pulitzer prize winning author's publisher—appeared to tweet that 82-year-old McCarthy had died "for stroke." URGENT. Show More Summary

Muhammad Ali’s Forgotten Fight Was Also One of His Most Influential

The following had been adapted from Ali vs. Inoki: The Forgotten Fight That Inspired Mixed Martial Arts and Launched Sports Entertainment, which was published on June 21. In his Pulitzer Prize–winning biography, King of the World: Muhammad...Show More Summary

Megyn Kelly Referees Showdown Between Trump Spox And Immigration Activist

Jose Antonio Vargas, an undocumented immigrant, has been in the public eye quite often lately, his story not uncommon for millions of people who live and work among us. On Thursday's Kelly File, Pulitzer Prize winner, Vargas shared his...Show More Summary

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