Pulitzers: 2005 Winners

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Public Service: Los Angeles Times, for inner-city hospital investigation

Breaking News Reporting: The Star-Ledger (Newark, N.J.), for coverage of Gov. Jim McGreevey’s resignation

Investigative Reporting: Willamette Week (Portland, Ore.), Nigel Jaquiss, for investigating Gov. Neil Goldschmidt’s sex scandal

Explanatory Reporting: The Boston Globe, Gareth Cook, for an examination of the ethics of stem-cell research

Beat Reporting: The Wall Street Journal, Amy Dockser Marcus, for coverage of cancer survivors

National Reporting: The New York Times, Walt Bogdanich, for coverage of deadly railroad crossings

International Reporting: Los Angeles Times, Kim Murphy, for Russian coverage; Newsday, Dele Olojede, for Rwanda coverage

Feature Writing: Chicago Tribune, Julia Keller, for post-tornado coverage

Commentary: The Plain Dealer (Cleveland), Connie Schultz

Criticism: The Wall Street Journal, Joe Morgenstern

Editorial Writing: The Sacramento Bee, Tom Philp

Editorial Cartooning: The Courier-Journal (Louisville, Ky.), Nick Anderson

Breaking News Photography: The Associated Press, Staff, for Iraq photography

Feature Photography: San Francisco Chronicle, Deanne Fitzmaurice

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