The New York City-based paper is the only newspaper in the United States to have won two Pulitzer Prizes, and it is the most prestigious award in the news industry.
But it has never won a Pulitzer for a newspaper article.
The Pulitzer Prizewinning section of The New Yorker is no different.
The magazine has won four Pulitzer Prize for its coverage of the 2016 presidential campaign.
The New Orleans Times-Picayune, however, has won two more times.
In 2012, the magazine published a story on the U.S. Supreme Court that ignited protests and sparked a debate about racial justice.
The next year, the New Orleans-based newspaper ran a story about a local police officer who had been shot and killed while trying to prevent a traffic accident.
The year after that, the paper ran a series on the 2016 U.N. General Assembly and the first lady of the state of Louisiana.
The newspaper has also covered the protests that followed the fatal shooting of Michael Brown, an unarmed black 18-year-old, by a white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri.
The paper has also been one of the few news organizations to cover the rise of Donald Trump and his presidency, including coverage on issues including the 2016 election, immigration, and the president’s controversial executive order that suspended entry into the U.
“For the first time, the Times-Pikachu column on the Supreme Court has also won a prize.
The piece, by Times columnist Mark Mazzetti, has a subject line that reads: “The Court of Appeals, Supreme Court.”
Mazzetti and his column have covered the court for decades, including his work for the Washington Post, where he wrote about the court’s Citizens United decision in 2010.
He has also written about the decision’s impact on the news business.
The Pulitzer for the piece on the court was not awarded by the Pulitzer board, but by the Editorial Board of the New Yorker, which is the official newsroom of the paper.
It does not have the power to award prizes to the New Jersey-based New York-based magazine, so the New Republic, which published the story in 2012, was the final arbiter of what makes a Pulitzer winner.
It also does not award any awards to the editors of The Times-Post and the New Hampshire-based Daily News.
It is up to the judges of the Pulitzer Prize panel to decide if the article is a winner or not.
In 2015, The New Republic published a long piece on racial justice on the intersection of race and policing, a topic that has continued to be a hot-button topic for several years now.
The story featured an interview with former New York Police Department Officer Edward Fisk, who said he thought that the shooting death of Eric Garner, an African-American man, by New York police officers in 2014 was a case of mistaken identity.
The next year he became a lightning rod for racial tension, when he appeared on CNN to discuss the issue.
He said he felt compelled to tell his story because the country needed to hear about racial injustice.
The controversy sparked an online petition to stop him from appearing on CNN.
The petition garnered more than 6,000 signatures.
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, a civil rights group, said that the decision to disqualify Fisk was “an egregious abuse of its power.”
In 2017, the story on Garner became a national story after a video of the incident went viral, sparking protests in several cities and protests in New York.
The protests resulted in arrests of people and the firing of a police officer.
In a separate incident, Garner’s daughter, Erica Garner, who was also an NYPD officer, was killed by a police dog in August 2018.
The death of Garner triggered protests and riots across the country.