By: Will Lester | National Press Club
The Wall Street Journal won three awards, while USA Today and Mother Jones won a couple each in the 2014 National Press Club Journalism contest.
Molly Ball of The Atlantic won the Lee Walczak Award for Political Analysis for her coverage of the divided Republican Party after the 2012 election. The Wall Street Journal won the Joan M. Friedenberg Online Journalism Award for its detailed look at lobotomies. The Washington Post won the Breaking News-Print award for its coverage of the Navy Yard mass shootings.