3:45 p.m.

Three Pulitzer Prizes are given to newspapers for their coverage of gun violence.

The Pulitzer for public support was granted for its policy of this mass shooting in February 2018 to the South Florida Sun Sentinel. Seventeen pupils and employees had been killed in the shooting.

The prize for breaking news reporting went to went for coverage of the mass shooting in the Tree of Life synagogue at Pittsburgh last October. That attack killed 11 people.

The Capital Gazette has been provided a special citation for its policy and guts at Annapolis, Maryland in the face of a massacre on its newsroom. The paper published on program the day after the shooting claimed five staffers’ lives. The man had a grudge from the paper.


3:40 p.m.

The New York Times and the Wall Street Journal have been given Pulitzer Prizes to their coverage President Donald Trump.

The Journal won its Pulitzer because of its own investigations of hush money payments payable from the former attorney, Michael Cohen of the president, to silence women who claimed to have had affairs with Trump in federal reporting.

The New York Times was awarded a Pulitzer in high risk reporting while minimizing inheritance taxes, for analysis of Trump household tax schemes that aided the president’s father pass on millions of dollars to his kids.

Trump has denied using issues with the girls.

He has also denied that his household did anything incorrect regarding his taxation , calling the Times report a”hit piece.”


3:35 p.m.

Aretha Franklin was awarded an honorary Pulitzer Prize, cited posthumously for her outstanding career.

Eliza Griswold’s”Amity and Prosperity: One Family and the Fracturing of America” won for general nonfiction, and Ellen Reid’s cinema”p r I s ” for music.

Franklin, who died would be the very first girl singled out for an honorary Pulitzer, which has been given to John Coltrane and Bob Dylan .


3:30 p.m.

A team of Associated Press journalists has won a Pulitzer Prize agendas graft, torture and violence from the brutal civil war of Yemen.

The decoration has been announced Monday in New York at Columbia University.

Photographer Nariman El-Mofty reporter Maggie Michael and videographer Maad al-Zikry spent a year discovering atrocities and anguish in Yemen.

In a series of tales, they informed of how individuals in portions of Yemen were reduced to eating leaves while food aid was distracted by officials.

Reuters also acquired for work which price two of its own staffers their freedom light on a brutal crackdown on Rohingya Muslims in Buddhist-majority Myanmar by security forces for global reporting.

Kyaw Soe Oo and reporters Wa Lone are serving a seven-year sentence after being convicted of violating the country’s Official Secrets Act. Their fans say both have been styled in retaliation for their coverage.


9:10 a.m.

The winners of the Pulitzer Prizes in journalism and the arts are set to be revealed.

This year’s honorees will be announced Monday at Columbia University in New York.

The journalism awards will recognize outstanding work in 2018 from U.S. papers, magazines and online outlets. There are 14 categories for photography reporting, criticism, commentary and animations.

Arts decorations are given in seven categories, including drama, fiction and music.

The first journalism prizes were awarded in 1917, and they have begun to be regarded as the field’s most prestigious honor in the U.S.

Newspaper publisher Joseph Pulitzer created the competition.

A gold trophy is received by winners of this public service award.