The staff of Los Angeles Times won a Pulitzer Prize on Monday for its stories that uncovered recordings in which City Council members made racist remarks. The recordings last year set off a furor at City Hall, leading to the resignation of City Council President Nury Martinez and other civic officials.
The Times‘ exposé on the City Council members conversation won in the breaking news category, beating two other finalists: Josh Gerstein, Alex Ward, Peter S. Canellos. Hailey Fuchs and Heidi Przybyla of Politico for their bombshell story on the leaked draft opinion overturning Roe v. Wade.
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Los Angeles Times’ Coverage Of Secret City Council Member Recordings Wins Pulitzer Prize; ‘English’ Recognized In Drama Category https://t.co/fKKlLxSGK1
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