Star Jeremy Renner and producer Scott Stuber talk about Kill the Messenger, their film about Gary Webb, the Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter. Webb uncovered a CIA plot in the 1980s that funneled cocaine into the United States...Show More Summary
Good lede from Sam Adams over at Indiewire’s CriticWire: You might think snagging a Pulitzer nomination and being the head of one of the nation’s most prestigious critics’ organizations would lend you a little job security. You’d beShow More Summary
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Buzz Bissinger admitted to a variety of "compulsive and dangerous" behaviors.
Art Spiegelman?s comics have been redefining a genre for more than 50 years, and this December the Art Gallery of Ontario pays homage to the Pulitzer Prize?winning artist with an exhibition highlighting the breadth of his career. Art Spiegelman?s CO-MIX: A Retrospective opened on Dec. Show More Summary
A Seattle Times multimedia project about acidification of the Pacific Ocean, has won a duPont award — an honor considered the equivalent to a Pulitzer Prize. The Seattle Times was named one of the winners of the 2015 Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University Awards for the multimedia project, “Sea Change: The Pacific’s Perilous Turn,” which illuminated […]
Here is hoping 2015 will see: — The Pulitzer Prizes are not given to the same annual one-day wonders. — Stories on Jill Abramson morph into stories from Jill Abramson. — More math — any math — in all those gushy profiles of new media startups and journalism’s saviors. — A Journalist Rescue Fund, one...
When Lisa D'Amour wrote "Detroit" — a play that premiered at Chicago's Steppenwolf Theatre in 2010 and went on to New York and London's National Theatre and became a finalist for the 2011 Pulitzer Prize — it seemed like she knew the Motor City uncommonly well.
Bret Stephens, the deputy editorial page editor for the Wall Street Journal and recipient of the 2013 Pulitzer Prize for Commentary, is a fundamentally bad person, as he explains in his newspaper column today. Read more...
On Friday, we wrote about reports that the DOJ had decided not to force Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist James Risen to reveal an intelligence community source for a story he wrote years ago -- though he still may be subpoenaed and put on the stand about other stuff (and it's not entirely clear if he'll agree to do that). Show More Summary
Three-Time Pulitzer Winner, of Washington Post, Was 58
Michel du Cille, a three-time Pulitzer Prize winner whose compassionate pictures captured the human cost of war, natural disasters, disease and broken government programs, died Thursday in Liberia while covering the Ebola epidemic for the Washington Post. He was 58.
Attorney General Eric Holder won't compel the Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter to name his confidential source on CIA operations. It's the conclusion of a standoff that has lasted for years.
Photojournalist Michel du Cille, a three-time Pulitzer Prize winner, died in Liberia while on assignment for The Washington Post.
As we noted last month, the feds have started gearing up to try to force reporter James Risen to reveal his source on some CIA reporting from a few years ago. Risen, a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, has been facing this threat for years. Show More Summary
FishbowlDC: Michele du Cille, a three-time Pulitzer winner and Washington Post photojournalist, has died while on assignment in Liberia. TVNewser: Sorry Fox News, President Obama watches ESPN in the morning. AllTwitter: When asked about...Show More Summary
Michel du Cille, the 58-year-old Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post photojournalist, died on Thursday while on assignment in Liberia. He collapsed while returning on foot from a village where he was working on a project; he was taken...Show More Summary
Celebrated Washington Post photojournalist Michel du Cille died Thursday in Liberia while on assignment at the age of 58, the Washington Post reports.
Three time Pulitzer winner and Washington Post photojournalist, Michele du Cille, tragically died yesterday while on assignment in Liberia from an apparent heart attack. The photographer, who won two Pulitzers with the Miami Herald in...Show More Summary
Photojournalist Michel du Cille, a three-time Pulitzer Prize winner who recently captured compelling images of Ebola patients and their caretakers, died in Liberia while on assignment for The Washington Post. He was 58. The Post reported...Show More Summary
I can tell you what "The Color of Time" is missing, but I can't tell you why it's not there. Based on Pulitzer Prize-winning poet C.K. Williams's autobiographical work, "The Color of Time" is about poetry, though it has none to speak of. Show More Summary