AP Wins Pulitzer for NYPD Muslim Spying Series; Manning Marable Wins for Malcolm X Book

Columbia University has announced the winners of the 96th annual Pulitzer Prizes. Two online publications, the Huffington Post and Politico, each won Pulitzers for the first time. Other winners included the the Associated Press for its coverage of the New York City Police Department’s clandestine surveillance of Muslims and the New York Times for its coverage of how the wealthiest U.S. citizens and businesses exploited loopholes and avoided taxes. The late Manning Marable won the Pulitzer Prize for history for his book, "Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention."

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