East Bay Times in Oakland, California, for coverage of the "Ghost Ship" fire, which killed 36 people at a warehouse party. The Sentinel and the Dallas Morning News were both named finalists in the same category as the Times.
The Charleston Gazette-Mail won the investigative reporting award for coverage of opioids in West Virginia.
The Pulitzer jury cited Reilly, 31, for his "far-reaching investigation that used two ambitious data-gathering efforts to turn up 9,000 teachers across the nation who should have been flagged for past disciplinary offenses but were not".
The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, McClatchy and the Miami Herald won the explanatory award for an investigative series on the Panama Papers, exposing the global extent of offshore tax havens.
It was after Fahrenthold's reportage that the New York Attorney General opened an inquiry into the Trump Foundation fundraising practices.
The Salt Lake Tribune staffers secured their Pulitzer for the fearless string of articles that revealed Brigham Young University's systematic disregard and abusive treatment of sexual assault victims.
Predators move on to second round after sweeping Blackhawks
Bryan Rust scored twice for Pittsburgh, Phil Kessel added his second of the playoffs and Marc-Andre Fleury finished with 49 saves. The Hawks will head home to lick their wounds while the Preds will wait for the victor of the Blues-Wild series, which St.
The paper went on to win as a team in the worldwide reporting category, while writer C.J. Chivers scooped one for feature writing.
Harvard graduate Mr Fahrenthold was honoured in the category of National Reporting, having spent 16 years at the Post.
The Pulitzers are the most prestigious honors in American journalism and have been awarded every year since 1917.
Hilton Als, a theater critic for The New Yorker, won the prize for criticism, with judges praising how he strove to connect theater to the real world, "shifting landscape of gender, sexuality and race". Globe writer Ty Burr was a finalist for the prize in criticism. Co-owner Art Cullen won the editorial writing award for challenging powerful corporate agricultural interests in the state. She is also a member of The Inquirer's editorial board. The award in editorial cartooning went to Jim Morin of The Miami Herald.
There were a total of 21 categories in journalism, arts and letters.
Freelance photographer Daniel Berehulak won the Pulitzer for breaking news photography for images published in "The New York Times" showing about the Philippines's war on drugs.
They also come in the face of a combative stance from President Trump, who has called the news media "the enemy of the American people".
Also nominated as finalists: Jake May of The Flint Journal in MI for photographs from Flint's contaminated-water crisis; and Katie Falkenberg of the Los Angeles Times for a photo essay from the front lines of Brazil's war on Zika.
She persevered and finished the race, and she's since been on a mission to create opportunities and equal sport status for women. Bib No. 261, the one she wore her first time running the course and then again this year, was retired on Monday in her honor.
Fox in December reached a deal to buy the remaining 61 percent of Sky that it doesn't own yet for more than $14 billion. In 2011, for example, the company suggested spinning off news channel Sky News before the bid was abandoned.
The organizers are encouraging scientists to wear their work clothes-scrubs, lab coats, field gear, safety glasses, etc. On Twitter , Caroline Weinberg and other researchers expressed their concerns about the attacks against the sciences.
A nationwide Amber Alert was issued for Elizabeth, and hundreds of tips came in from more than 20 states, including California. Mr Cummins had been suspended from teaching at Culleoka Unit School - the same school Elizabeth attended in February.
NASA's Jack Fischer and Russia's Fyodor Yurchikhin lifted off from the Russia-leased launch facility in Kazakhstan at 1:13 p.m. The International Space Station is the largest structure in space ever built by humans.
Ayala has filed two lawsuits against the governor asking him to prove what constitutional authority allowed him to remove her. She has come under fire since revealing she would not seek the death penalty against any defendant, including Markeith Loyd.
Lucas flicked on James Milner's right-wing free-kick and Firmino stole ahead of Craig Dawson to head in. Substitutes: Morrison 6, Rondon 6, McClean 6.
David Fizdale Fined $30000 By NBA For Game 2 Comments
Carter was upset he almost fell on the opposite end of the court, believing Anderson had pushed him from behind. Grizzlies: Memphis was 2-0 at home against San Antonio in the regular season, winning by an 11-point average.
Starbucks barista has viral meltdown over Unicorn Frappuccino
Casual swirls of the straw will reveal that this Frappuccino not only changes in flavor, but also in color from purple to pink. That said, Starbucks customers have been happily showing off pictures and videos of their Unicorn Frappuccino experience.
Aaron Hernandez's brain to be donated for CTE studies
Charlie Baker said the state would conduct an investigation to make sure "everyone knows exactly what happened and when". Meanwhile, Hernandez's alleged victims are moving in on his millions - or what's left of them, The Daily Mail reports .
Samsung Galaxy S8 & S8 Plus To Launch In India Today
Samsung also wants to regain the customer satisfaction and confidence that was shattered due to total failure of Galaxy Note 7. Anticipation is high for the worldwide release of Samsung's next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S8 , this Friday.
Mbappe has big release clause - Monaco
The 40-year-old said, "Juventus are a very hard opponent but all of the teams left in the semi-finals are massive teams". In the dressing room, we saw Mbappe was very sad, on the verge of tears.
Wilshere setback no deal breaker, insists Wenger
Even if they win the Cup, failure to qualify for the Champions League qualification would taint any Wembley celebrations. Wenger said the FA Cup semi-final was an important game but the result would have no impact on his decision.
Meteor shower to light up Vietnamese skies this weekend
For scale, the portion of sky depicted is about three times the span of an outstretched hand at arm's length wide. However, the time of the peak is variable from year to year, so the maximum could lie between 4h and 15h UT.
Republican: 'All Hands On Deck' In Congressional Runoff
Republican Karen Handel , 55, a former Georgia secretary of state, won 19.8 percent, and will face Ossoff in the June 20 runoff. Handel spends most of her efforts touting her record in public office, but makes a point to join in the Pelosi bashing.