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Monday, March 28, 2016

National Enquirer Now Legit, According to Pulitzer Prize Boar

The National Enquirer is now legit, according to the Pulitzer Prize Board.

The body behind journalism's most prestigious award conceded Thursday that the self-proclaimed tabloid can compete with mainstream news outlets for its prizes. Because it broke the story about former presidential candidate John Edwards's mistress and love child, the Enquirer's staff is eligible for the Pulitzer in two categories: "Investigative Reporting" and "National News Reporting."

"We'll see what happens," National Enquirer executive editor Barry Levine said today. "We want to see now that the Pulitzer people review our submission and we expect, obviously, that there's going to be tremendous competition in the investigative category and in the national reporting category."



Anonymous said...

So Ted Cruz has some splanning to doooooooo

Anonymous said...

I don't know what to think if Enquirer writers are now eligible for the Pulitzer Prize. My head is spinning.