The New York Times' staff won the 2017 Pulitzer Prize for International Reporting for their work on Russian President Vladimir Putin's efforts to project Moscow's power abroad.
Pulitzer Prize Administrator Mike Pride announced the winners of the 2017 Pulitzer Prizes in the World Room at Columbia University Monday in New York.
The top prize for national reporting went to David A. Fahrenthold of The Washington Post for exposing questionable practices at U.S. President Donald Trump's charitable foundation.
The New York Daily News and ProPublica won the prize for public service for uncovering how police abused eviction rules to oust hundreds of people, mostly poor minorities, from their homes.
Eric Eyre of The Charleston Gazette-Mail won the investigative reporting prize for writing about the scourge of opiate painkillers in poor parts of West Virginia.
The staff of the East Bay Times in Oakland, Calif., received the breaking news reporting award for coverage of a fire that killed 36 people at a warehouse party and local officials' failure to take action that might have prevented it.
This is the 101st year of the contest, established by newspaper publisher Joseph Pulitzer. Public service award winners receive a gold medal; the other awards carry a prize of 15,000 U.S. dollars each.