Reporters of The New York Times got Pulitzer Prize for a series of articles regarding investigation into the alleged financial fraud of Donald Trump.
As mentioned on the official website, they were awarded for an exhaustive 18-month investigation of President Donald Trump’s finances that debunked his claims of self-made wealth and revealed a business empire riddled with tax dodges.
The Wall Street Journal was named the winner in National Reporting category for uncovering President Trump’s secret payoffs to two women during his campaign who claimed to have had affairs with him, and the web of supporters who facilitated the transactions, triggering criminal inquiries and calls for impeachment.
The prize for International Reporting went to Associated Press for a revelatory yearlong series detailing the atrocities of the war in Yemen, including theft of food aid, deployment of child soldiers and torture of prisoners.
As for literature, writers Richard Powers, Jackie Sibblies Drury, David Blight, Forrest Gander, Jeffrey Stewart, Eliza Griswold were awarded.