for editorial writing for its focus on reforms in Oregon's public employee pension fund. The prize was the third in the newspaper's history for editorial writing.
"I'm especially proud of the category," he said. "Public service feels like a validation of our belief in the face of some pretty strong criticism that the people have a right to take part in drawing the boundaries of secret intelligence in a democracy."
The Post's Gelman said the NSA stories were the product of the "most exhilarating and frightening year of reporting."
The Philadelphia Inquirer's architecture critic Inga Saffron won for criticism. At The Charlotte Observer, Kevin Siers received the Nike Cap Navy
the mall terrorist attack in Kenya.
government's sweeping surveillance programs in a blockbuster series New York Yankees Cap Blue of stories based on secret documents supplied by NSA leaker Edward Snowden.
The bombing last April 15 that killed three people and wounded more than 260 also led to a Pulitzer in the feature photography category for Josh Haner of The New York Times, for his photo essay on blast victim Jeff Bauman, who lost his legs.
The Tampa Bay Times' Will Hobson and Michael LaForgia in Florida won in local reporting for writing about squalid housing for the homeless.
The Pulitzers are given out each year by Columbia University on the recommendation of a board of distinguished journalists and others. The two winners of the public service award will receive gold medals. The other awards carry a $10,000 prize.
The Pulitzer for breaking news was awarded to The Boston Globe for its "exhaustive and empathetic" coverage of the Boston Marathon bombing and the manhunt that followed.
No award was handed out for feature writing.
"These reporters faced long odds. They had to visit dicey neighborhoods late at night. They had to encourage county officials to be courageous and come forth with records," said Neil Brown, Tampa Bay Times editor and vice president. "And in the end, what they were ultimately doing was standing up for people who had no champion and no advocate."
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The Washington Post won a second Pulitzer in the explanatory reporting category, for Eli Saslow's look at food stamps in America.
The Center for Public Integrity's Chris Hamby won for investigative reporting for detailing how lawyers and doctors rigged a system to deny benefits to coal miners suffering from black lung disease.
award for editorial cartooning.
The prize for national reporting went to David Philipps of The Gazette of Colorado Springs, Colo., for an investigation that found that the Army has discharged escalating numbers of traumatized combat veterans who commit crimes at home. Marshall of Reuters for their coverage of the violent persecution of a Muslim minority in Myanmar.
Two of the nation's biggest and most distinguished newspapers, The Post and The New York Times, won two Pulitzers each, while the other awards were scattered among a variety of publications.
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