Pulitzer Prizes Awarded

Coverage of Aurora shootings, Wal-Mart, oil pipelines honored


The New York Times won four Pulitzer Prizes on Monday, including two awards for its reporting on the actions of companies like Apple and Wal-Mart overseas, and another for an examination of the hidden wealth of the Chinese premier's family.

In a sign of the changing news business, an independent nonprofit organization based in Brooklyn, InsideClimate News, won the prize for national reporting for its coverage of dangers posed by oil pipelines.

The fiction prize, which was not awarded last year, went toAdam Johnson for "The Orphan Master's Son." The prize for general nonfiction was awarded to "Devil in the Grove:Thurgood Marshall, the Groveland Boys and the Dawn of a New America," by Gilbert King.