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  • Jeff Bauman, who lost his lower legs in the Boston Marathon bombings, rests between occupational therapy sessions at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Boston, May 8, 2013. Bauman went to the Boston Marathon to see his girlfriend run, but now his supporters are watching his plight to walk again after he lost his legs in the bombing. New York Times photographer Josh Haner was awarded the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for feature photography.

      Jeff Bauman, who lost his lower legs in the Boston Marathon bombings, rests between occupational therapy sessions at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Boston, May 8, 2013. Bauman went to the Boston Marathon to see his girlfriend run, but now his supporters are watching his plight to walk again after he lost his legs in the bombing. New York Times photographer Josh Haner was awarded the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for feature photography.
    Josh Haner/The New York Times

  • Jeff Bauman, who lost his lower legs in the Boston Marathon bombings, walks on his own for the first time since the marathon at a final fitting for his prosthetic legs. The knees in Bauman's new legs have microprocessors that can be programmed to follow his gait, to swing as he steps. Bauman's girlfriend Erin Hurley, left, and prosthetist Julianne Mason watch from behind.

      Jeff Bauman, who lost his lower legs in the Boston Marathon bombings, walks on his own for the first time since the marathon at a final fitting for his prosthetic legs. The knees in Bauman's new legs have microprocessors that can be programmed to follow his gait, to swing as he steps. Bauman's girlfriend Erin Hurley, left, and prosthetist Julianne Mason watch from behind.
    Josh Haner/The New York Times

  • A soldier searches for armed militants who entered the Westgate Mall in Nairobi, Kenya, attacking people at the upscale shopping mall in September. This image was part of New York Times photographer Tyler Hicks' portfolio that was awarded the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for breaking news photography.

      A soldier searches for armed militants who entered the Westgate Mall in Nairobi, Kenya, attacking people at the upscale shopping mall in September. This image was part of New York Times photographer Tyler Hicks' portfolio that was awarded the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for breaking news photography.
    Tyler Hicks/The New York Times

  • A woman and children hide inside Westgate Mall during the September attack by militants in Nairobi, Kenya.

      A woman and children hide inside Westgate Mall during the September attack by militants in Nairobi, Kenya.
    Tyler Hicks/The New York Times

  • Police officers search for gunmen at Westgate Mall in Nairobi, Kenya, after a group of armed men attacked the upscale shopping mall in September.

      Police officers search for gunmen at Westgate Mall in Nairobi, Kenya, after a group of armed men attacked the upscale shopping mall in September.
    Tyler Hicks/The New York Times

  • Michele McNally, center, director of photography and assistant managing editor of The New York Times, is flanked by photographers Tyler Hicks, left, and Josh Haner after it was announced in the New York newsroom Monday that Hicks and Haner had won Pulitzer Prizes.

      Michele McNally, center, director of photography and assistant managing editor of The New York Times, is flanked by photographers Tyler Hicks, left, and Josh Haner after it was announced in the New York newsroom Monday that Hicks and Haner had won Pulitzer Prizes.
    Courtesy of The New York Times

  • This cover image of "3 Sections" by Vijay Seshadri, which won the Pulitzer Prize for poetry.

      This cover image of "3 Sections" by Vijay Seshadri, which won the Pulitzer Prize for poetry.
    Courtesy of Graywolf Press

  • Vijay Seshadri, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet.

      Vijay Seshadri, Pulitzer Prize-winning poet.

  • Author Megan Marshall poses on the front steps of her home in Belmont, Mass., on Monday with her Pulitzer Prize-winning book, "Margaret Fuller: A New American Life. "

      Author Megan Marshall poses on the front steps of her home in Belmont, Mass., on Monday with her Pulitzer Prize-winning book, "Margaret Fuller: A New American Life. "
    Associated Press

  • Editor Brian McGrory addresses the newsroom after The Boston Globe was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for breaking news for coverage of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings.

      Editor Brian McGrory addresses the newsroom after The Boston Globe was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for breaking news for coverage of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings.
    Courtesy of The Boston Globe,

  • Philadelphia Inquirer architecture critic Inga Saffron addresses the newsroom after winning the Pulitzer Prize for criticism Monday. In its citation, the Pulitzer Committee cited Saffron, a previous finalist for the award, "for her criticism of architecture that blends expertise, civic passion and sheer readability into arguments that consistently stimulate and surprise."

      Philadelphia Inquirer architecture critic Inga Saffron addresses the newsroom after winning the Pulitzer Prize for criticism Monday. In its citation, the Pulitzer Committee cited Saffron, a previous finalist for the award, "for her criticism of architecture that blends expertise, civic passion and sheer readability into arguments that consistently stimulate and surprise."
    Courtesy of The Philadelphia Inquirer

  • Colorado Springs Gazette photographer Michael Ciaglo pops the cork on a bottle of champagne after the announcement Monday that reporter David Philipps won a Pulitzer Prize for the newspaper's "Other Than Honorable" series.

      Colorado Springs Gazette photographer Michael Ciaglo pops the cork on a bottle of champagne after the announcement Monday that reporter David Philipps won a Pulitzer Prize for the newspaper's "Other Than Honorable" series.
    Courtesy of The Colorado Springs Gazette

  • Charlotte Observer Publisher Ann Caulkins, left, gives a toast to editorial cartoonist Kevin Siers and his wife, Jean Blish Siers in the newsroom Monday after it was announced that Siers had been awarded the Pulitzer Award for editorial cartooning. Siers received the award for his "thought-provoking cartoons drawn with a sharp wit and bold artistic style."

      Charlotte Observer Publisher Ann Caulkins, left, gives a toast to editorial cartoonist Kevin Siers and his wife, Jean Blish Siers in the newsroom Monday after it was announced that Siers had been awarded the Pulitzer Award for editorial cartooning. Siers received the award for his "thought-provoking cartoons drawn with a sharp wit and bold artistic style."
    Courtesy of The Charlotte Observer

  • An editorial cartoon by Pulitizer Prize winner Kevin Siers of The Charlotte Observer in North Carolina.

      An editorial cartoon by Pulitizer Prize winner Kevin Siers of The Charlotte Observer in North Carolina.

  • Louisa Krause, Matthew Maher and Aaron Clifton Moten perform in a scene from "The Flick" by Annie Baker. The play won the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for drama.

      Louisa Krause, Matthew Maher and Aaron Clifton Moten perform in a scene from "The Flick" by Annie Baker. The play won the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for drama.
    Courtesy of The Publicity Office

  • The book cover of "The Goldfinch" by Donna Tartt, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for fiction.

      The book cover of "The Goldfinch" by Donna Tartt, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for fiction.
    Courtesy of Little, Brown and Co.

  • Pulitzer Prize winner Donna Tartt.

      Pulitzer Prize winner Donna Tartt.
    Associated Press/2002

  • "The Internal Enemy: Slavery and War in Virginia, 1772-1832" by Alan Taylor, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for history

      "The Internal Enemy: Slavery and War in Virginia, 1772-1832" by Alan Taylor, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for history
    Courtesy of W.W. Norton & Co.

  • Alan Taylor, author of "The Internal Enemy: Slavery and War in Virginia, 1772-1832," won the Pulitzer Prize for history.

      Alan Taylor, author of "The Internal Enemy: Slavery and War in Virginia, 1772-1832," won the Pulitzer Prize for history.
    Courtesy of W.W. Norton & Company

  • After the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service was awarded to The Washington Post on Monday, reporters and editors gather in the newsroom in Washington, D.C., as contributing writer Barton Gellman describes the effort that went into a series of stories on the government's massive surveillance program based on information leaked by National Security Agency employee Edward Snowden.

      After the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service was awarded to The Washington Post on Monday, reporters and editors gather in the newsroom in Washington, D.C., as contributing writer Barton Gellman describes the effort that went into a series of stories on the government's massive surveillance program based on information leaked by National Security Agency employee Edward Snowden.
    Associated Press

 

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