2002 Pulitzer Prize Winners
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The 2002 Pulitzer Prize winners, announced Monday:
_Public service: The New York Times.
_Breaking news reporting: The Wall Street Journal.
_Investigative reporting: Three writers for The Washington Post.
_Explanatory reporting: Staff, The New York Times.
_Beat reporting: Gretchen Morgenson of The New York Times.
_National reporting: Staff, The Washington Post.
_International reporting: Barry Bearak of The New York Times.
_Feature writing: Barry Siegel of the Los Angeles Times.
_Commentary: Thomas Friedman of The New York Times.
_Criticism: Justin Davidson of Newsday.
_Editorial writing: Alex Raksin and Bob Sipchen of the Los Angeles Times.
_Editorial cartooning: Clay Bennett of The Christian Science Monitor.
_Breaking news photography: The New York Times.
_Feature photography: The New York Times.
_Fiction: Richard Russo for ``Empire Falls.″
_Drama: Suzan-Lori Parks for ``Topdog/Underdog.″
_History: Louis Menand for ``The Metaphysical Club: A Story of Ideas in America.″
_Biography: David McCullough for ``John Adams.″
_Poetry: Carl Dennis for ``Practical Gods.″
_General Nonfiction: Diane McWhorter for ``Carry Me Home: Birmingham, Alabama, the Climactic Battle of the Civil Rights Revolution.″
_Music: Henry Brant, ``Ice Field.″