Why did the Post lose its Pulitzer prize?
The Pulitzer Prize for journalism is one of the oldest prizes in the U.S. and has been awarded annually since 1927.
The award has been renewed annually since 1965, with a total of five prizes awarded.
In the past, Pulitzer Prize winners were awarded by the Associated Press, Reuters, NBC News, the Associated Foundation for the Advancement of Journalism, The Washington Post and the National Association of Broadcasters.
The AP, Reuters and NBC were joined by the BBC, CBS, CNN and Fox News.
The winners were selected by an international panel of judges and journalists.
The Associated Press announced on Friday that its newsrooms, which have covered the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, were finalists in the 2018 Pulitzer Prize in History for its coverage of the U-S.
wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The announcement came after the Associated’s Pulitzer Prize committee released a list of nearly 1,000 news organizations that were finalists for the 2018 award.
The finalists include the Los Angeles Times, CNN, USA Today, the New York Times, USA TODAY, Reuters News Agency, the AP, The Wall Street Journal, the Tribune Publishing Company, The Associated Press Network, the National Public Radio Network, The National Catholic Register, the Los Angles Times, the Wall Street Post, the Washington Post, The Huffington Post, Business Insider, Forbes, Wired, CNNMoney, USA Network, CNNTech and Reuters.
The list includes news organizations with a history of covering the wars, such as the Associated, The New York Daily News, The Philadelphia Inquirer, The Miami Herald, The Detroit Free Press, The San Francisco Chronicle, The Seattle Times, The Denver Post, Associated Press Local, The Columbus Dispatch, The Chicago Tribune, The Hartford Courant, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The Sacramento Bee, The Cincinnati Enquirer, the Detroit Free Times, and the Minneapolis Star Tribune.
The AP said the Pulitzer Committee also selected The Washington Times, Associated Proprietary Publishers and the Chicago Tribune to be finalists.
The Associated will receive the award for its long-running coverage of a campaign by President Donald Trump to deport immigrants.
The newspaper is the nation’s oldest continuously publishing daily newspaper and the only one in the nation to have been named one of Time magazine’s 100 most influential people in the world in 2018.
The Pulitzer Prize, established in 1917, has been nominated for its six Pulitzer Prizes for journalism, covering a wide range of topics.
The 2018 winner for its investigative journalism, “The Post,” is the first Pulitzer Prize winner to be nominated for both journalism and journalism of character.