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Pulitzer prize winners 2008

Finalists: "The Worlds of Lincoln Kirstein" by Martin Duberman (Alfred.
Military's efforts to reduce sectarian violence in Iraq; The Wall Street Journal staff for reports on the dismantling of democracy in Russia under Vladimir Putin.
Editorial Cartooning: Michael Ramirez of Investor's Business Daily for what the judges called his "provocative cartoons.' Finalists: Tom Batiuk of King Features for a sequence in "Funky Winterbean" portraying a woman's struggle with breast cancer; and Clay Bennett of The Christian Science Monitor for cartoons.Finalists "Meanwhile" by Stephen Hartke and "Concerto for Viola" by Roberto Sierra.Breaking News Photography: Adrees Latif of Reuters for his photograph of a Japanese videographer, sprawled on the pavement, fatally wounded during a street demonstration in Myanmar.Editorial Writing: No award.Finalists "The Cigarette Century" by Allan Brandt and "The Rest Is Noise: Listening to the Twentieth Century" by Alex Ross.Diaz said he kicked around the idea for his first novel for about four years and then spent seven years writing.Finalists: The Charlotte (N.C.) Observer for reporting on the effects of the mortgage non chocolate easter gifts nz crisis; Newsday of Long Island for investigation of dangerous gaps on railroad platforms.Hass also won the National Book Award for poetry last year.Finalists: Chris Davis, Matthew Doig and Tiffany Lankes of the Sarasota (Fla.) Herald-Tribune for exposing predatory teachers; Jeff Pillets, John Brennan and Tim Nostrand of The Record, Hackensack,.J., for a probe of favoritism and questionable state loans in a plan to build luxury housing.

Photo, this photograph of a Japanese videographer who was fatally wounded during a street demonstration in Myanmar won a Pulitzer Prize on Monday for Breaking News Photography.
Finalists: The New York Times staff for stories about CIA interrogation techniques criticized as torture; Howard Witt of the Chicago Tribune for his examination of racial issues in America.
Poetry: robert hass AND philip schultz "Time and Materials by Robert Hass and "Failure by Philip Schultz.
Breaking News Reporting: The Washington Post staff for its coverage of the Virginia Tech massacre.
Finalists: The (Boise) Idaho Statesman staff for its coverage of the Sen.Criticism: Mark Feeney of The Boston Globe for his command of the visual arts, from film and photography to painting.25 at Carnegie Hall, New York.Drama: August: Osage County, by Tracy Letts.The 2008 Pulitzer Prize winners: journalism: Public Service: The Washington Post for exposing the mistreatment of wounded veterans at Walter Reed Hospital.

Schultz was 18 and the family business fell apart.