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Why Is Someone Impersonating Michael Chabon on Instagram?

The Instagram account of Pulitzer prize-winning novelist Michael Chabon feels entirely his own, an always personal mix of selfies, family photos, and political reflections. On Wednesday, however, an unusual post appeared in his feed....Show More Summary

FOX, Guillermo del Toro Sued, 'Shape of Water' Ripped Off My Famous Dad's Play

"The Shape of Water" doesn't deserve a Best Picture Oscar, it deserves one for Best Ripoff... according to the family of a Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright. David Zindel says his father, Paul Zindel, wrote a 1969 play called, "Let Me Hear You…

Max Desfor, 104, War Photographer at Midcentury, Is Dead

Mr. Desfor’s photo of hundreds of Korean War refugees crawling across a damaged bridge in 1950 helped win him a Pulitzer Prize.

Here's What We Know So Far About The Pottery Barn Lilly Pulitzer Collaboration

It might not be summer yet, but Pottery Barn is already planning for vacation days and garden parties. The retailer has announced its next collaboration will bring the Palm Beach vibes, courtesy of Lilly Pulitzer. READ MORE »

Lilly Pulitzer Is Collaborating With Pottery Barn, and the Preppy Possibilities Will Be Endless

Pottery Barn is about to get a whole lot brighter: the home store just announced it would be collaborating with Lilly Pulitzer, the champion of pastels and preppy prints with a cult-like following. The exciting collaboration will offer...Show More Summary

Pulitzer-winner suggests White House trying to ease out Jared Kushner by the end of the week

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Pulitzer Price-winning journalist Carol Leonnig suggested that the White House may be attempting to force out senior advisor Jared Kushner before Friday’s deadline for him to receive permanent security clearance. “I want to read you something Dan Pfeiffer, who worked in the Obama White...

Pulitzer-winning photographer who captured the despair of war dies at 104

Former Associated Press photographer Max Desfor, whose photo of hundreds of Korean War refugees crawling across a damaged bridge in 1950 captured the desperation of wartime and helped win him a Pulitzer Prize, has died at the age of 104. Desfor, who died Monday in Silver Spring, Md., volunteered...

Man Who Won a Pulitzer With This Photo Dies at 104

Former Associated Press photographer Max Desfor, whose photo of hundreds of Korean War refugees crawling across a damaged bridge in 1950 helped win him a Pulitzer Prize, died Monday. He was 104. Desfor died at his apartment in Silver Spring, Md., where he'd been living in his retirement, said his...

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist who captured wartime desperation dies at 104

His 1950 image of refugees fleeing Chinese troops by scaling a bombed-out bridge helped him win the highest prize in journalism.

Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter: What Mueller is investigating is ‘almost a textbook definition of treason’

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A Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist raised troubling question about President Donald Trump and his associations with Russia. James Risen, a former New York Times and Los Angeles Times reporter now with The Intercept, wrote Friday that Americans can’t be sure “whether Trump has the best...

“The Low Road” Lampoons Free-Market Capitalism

Roused by the rise of Paul Ryan, the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Bruce Norris takes a jaundiced look at Adam Smith.

Podcast: More With Pulitzer Prize Finalist Pete Earley

Pete Earley returns to talk more about mental health advocacy and lots of other things. He tells of how he came to co-author a book with Jessie Close and talks of his days writing his own spy novels and several books with former Speaker of […]

'Water by the Spoonful' at the Taper: Broken souls, and a cast, in search of connection

Quiara Alegria Hudes' powerful, Pulitzer Prize-winning drama about a family grappling with ghosts of the past opens at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles - but not without some problems.

Blog: Threats, arrests, and access denied as Myanmar backtracks on press freedom

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Esther Htusan is no longer safe to report from her home country, Myanmar. The Associated Press reporter fled the country late last year after being threatened for her critical reporting on various topics that authorities deem sensitive, from the ethnic Rohingya refugee exodus, the military's controversial...

NYT Opinion: What We Need Is A Climate Change Troofer Who Will Write Lightly-Researched Columns Attacking Dylan Farrow

Pulitzer Prize-winning sincecure-haver Bret Stephens has taken a week in which the White House was found to have a nest of wife-beaters to devote 800 words to that most urgent of tasks…defending Woody Allen. Well, not exactly — Stephens spends 5 grafs of throat-clearing about the debunked Rolling Stone campus rape story, in order to […]

An Unbelievable Book About Rape: New Work From Pulitzer Story Authors Is a ‘Reality Check’

In a new book, the authors of ProPublica's "An Unbelievable Story of Rape" provide historical context that explains how the police and the court system have adapted skepticism toward women reporting rape. The post An Unbelievable Book About Rape: New Work From Pulitzer Story Authors Is a ‘Reality Check’ appeared first on Rewire.

Podcast: Candid Conversation With Pulitzer Finalist Pete Earley

Pulitzer finalist and former Washington Post reporter Pete Earley joins for the first of two shows. Pete talks about his popular blog and how he worked to make it more balanced than the average blog. He also speaks of the many obstacles and excuses he […]

Kids Now Casting: Be a Body Double in the Upcoming Feature Film ‘The Goldfinch’

A feature based on a Pulitzer Prize-winning novel is looking for two young actors to be photo doubles in an upcoming New York City shoot. “The Goldfinch” is based on the novel of the same name by author Donna Tartt and follows the story...Show More Summary

Pulitzer Prize Winning Politifact Now Fact Checking the Mechanics of a High Five

“A headline on a North Dakota political blog wrongly said Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., high-fived Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., following a controversial abortion vote,” the Pulitzer Prize winning Politifact website writes today. The blog...Show More Summary

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