Reporting on sexual harassment — including the predations of the film mogul Harvey Weinstein — was recognized by the Pulitzer board. The New York Times won in three categories.
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Michelle Wolf, a stand-up comic and contributor to “The Daily Show with Trevor Noah,” takes on one of the most prominent — and perilous — gigs in comedy.
The hair. The leg bronzer. Now at CNN, a journalist who accused Roger Ailes of harassment sets her first novel at a right-leaning cable network.
Tracey Wigfield is used to her suburbanite mother inserting herself into her professional and personal life. Now she’s turned that into an NBC sitcom.
Ms. Pelosi, whose film “Meet the Donors: Does Money Talk?” debuts on Monday, spoke with one of our reporters at the Democratic National Convention.
Josh Kriegman and Elyse Steinberg’s documentary “Weiner” records Anthony D. Weiner’s scandal-plagued New York mayoral bid in 2013.
At a tricky moment for Fox, Mr. Wallace has been allowed leeway, even including criticizing his own network.
The New Yorker received the prizes for criticism and feature writing; The New York Times won for international reporting and photography.
The actor and comedian Louis C.K. is spending two days observing Mayor Bill de Blasio as research for an upcoming, unspecified project.