Daniel Berehulak/The New York Time/Redux
  • Breaking News Photography - Winner

    A selection of images from the photography winners and finalists for the Pulitzer Prize, the most prestigious annual award in newspaper journalism, announced on April 10, 2017. <br> <br> Daniel Berehulak's powerful photo story of the brutal drug war and vigilante justice in the Philippines won in the breaking news category. Inmates at a Manila police station watch as other drug suspects are processed after their arrests, Oct. 12, 2016. <br> <br> More photos from: <a href="http://www.pulitzer.org/winners/daniel-berehulak-freelance-photographer" target="external">Daniel Berehulak</a>
    Daniel Berehulak/The New York Time/Redux
  • Breaking News Photography - Winner

    A bloody and chaotic campaign against drug dealers and users that Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte began when he took office on June 30, 2016, has seen about 2,000 people slain at the hands of the police alone. The killing has become so ubiquitous that life often grinds on at crime scenes. <br> <br> More photos from: <a href="http://www.pulitzer.org/winners/daniel-berehulak-freelance-photographer" target="external">Daniel Berehulak</a>
    Daniel Berehulak/The New York Times/Columbia University via AP
  • Breaking News Photography - Winner

    The basketball court at the Quezon City Jail, which has become a sleeping area, in the Philippines, Oct. 19, 2016. According to the police more than 727,600 drug users and 56,500 pushers have surrendered to police causing prisons to overcrowd. <br><br> More photos from: <a href="http://www.pulitzer.org/winners/daniel-berehulak-freelance-photographer" target="external">Daniel Berehulak</a>
    Daniel Berehulak/The New York Time/Redux
  • Breaking News Photography - Winner

    Heavy rain pours as police operatives investigate an alley where victim, Romeo Joel Torres Fontanilla, was killed by two unidentified gunmen in Manila, Oct. 11, 2016. <br><br> More photos from: <a href="http://www.pulitzer.org/winners/daniel-berehulak-freelance-photographer" target="external">Daniel Berehulak</a>
    Daniel Berehulak, for The New York Times/EPA
  • Breaking News Photography - Finalist

    This iconic image of Ieshia Evans standing against police while protesting the shooting death of Alton Sterling in Baton Rouge, La., July 9, 2016, was taken by Jonathan Bachman for Reuters and published worldwide. It was a finalist in the breaking news category. <br> <br> More info: <a href="http://www.pulitzer.org/finalists/jonathan-bachman-freelance-photographer" target="external">Jonathan Bachman</a>
    Jonathan Bachman/Reuters
  • Breaking News Photography - Finalist

    A series of images of the ongoing horrors of war in Iraq by the staff of the Associated Press was a finalist in the breaking news category. Here, a Peshmerga convoy drives towards the frontline in Khazer, about 19 miles east of Mosul, Iraq, Oct. 17, 2016. <br> <br> More photos from the series: <a href="http://www.pulitzer.org/finalists/photography-staff-associated-press" target="external">Associated Press</a>
    Bram Janssen/AP Photo
  • Breaking News Photography - Finalist

    Asal Ahmed, 4, is carried by her father at the scene of a massive suicide truck bomb attack in Karada, Iraq, July 9, 2016. <br> <br> More photos from the series: <a href="http://www.pulitzer.org/finalists/photography-staff-associated-press" target="external">Associated Press</a>
    Hadi Mizban/AP Photo
  • Breaking News Photography - Finalist

    A car bomb explodes next to Iraqi special forces armored vehicles as they advance towards Islamic State held territory in Mosul, Iraq, Nov. 16, 2016. <br> <br> More photos from the series: <a href="http://www.pulitzer.org/finalists/photography-staff-associated-press" target="external">Associated Press</a>
    Felipe Dana/AP Photo
  • Feature Photography - Winner

    E. Jason Wambsgans won the Pulitzer in the feature photography category for his series that portrayed 10-year-old Tavon Tanner and his mother striving to put the boy's life back together after he survived a shooting in Chicago. <br> <br> More photos from: <a href="http://www.pulitzer.org/winners/e-jason-wambsgans" target="external">E. Jason Wambsgans</a>
    E. Jason Wambsgans/The Chicago Tribune via AP
  • Feature Photography - Winner

    Tavon Tanner tears up before surgery at Lurie Children's Hospital to remove the bullet that ripped through his pancreas, stomach, spleen, a kidney and his left lung before getting lodged just below his shoulder, Oct, 17, 2016. <br> <br> More photos from: <a href="http://www.pulitzer.org/winners/e-jason-wambsgans" target="external">E. Jason Wambsgans</a>
    E. Jason Wambsgans/The Chicago Tribune via AP
  • Feature Photography - Winner

    The bullet that was removed from the shoulder of Tavon Tanner, 11, Oct. 17, 2016. Tanner was shot on his West Polk Street porch with his mother Mellanie Washington and twin sister Taniyah next to him, on Aug. 8, 2016. Tanner was one of 24 children 12 or younger shot in Chicago in 2016. <br> <br> More photos from: <a href="http://www.pulitzer.org/winners/e-jason-wambsgans" target="external">E. Jason Wambsgans</a>
    E. Jason Wambsgans/Chicago Tribune/TNS via Getty Images
  • Feature Photography - Winner

    Tavon Tanner, 11, on his way to school, Nov. 28, 2016, in Chicago. Tanner started attending school for a few hours a week after recovering from his gunshot injuries. He is also receiving counseling to help him deal with the aftermath of the shooting. <br> <br> More photos from: <a href="http://www.pulitzer.org/winners/e-jason-wambsgans" target="external">E. Jason Wambsgans</a>
    E. Jason Wambsgans/Chicago Tribune/TNS via Getty Images
  • Feature Photography - Finalist

    Jake May's photo story of Flint, Michigan's contaminated-water crisis and the toll on its residents was a finalist in the feature category. <br> <br> Terra Castro wipes away tears as she takes a moment to reflect on the state of emergency in Flint while dropping off more than 500 cases of bottled water, Jan. 16, 2016. <br> <br> More photos from series: <a href="http://www.pulitzer.org/finalists/jake-may" target="external">Jake May</a>
    Jake May/The Flint Journal-MLive.com via AP
  • Feature Photography - Finalist

    Mothers coping with the effects of the Zika virus in Brazil was the focus of Katie Falkenberg's photo essay that was a finalist for feature photography category. Here, Nicolas Felipe Alves De Olivera, 3 months, looks up at physiotherapist Jeime Leal, during a physiotherapy session at Pedro I Municipal Hospital's microcephaly wing. <br> <br> More photos from series: <a href="http://www.latimes.com/visuals/framework/la-fg-zika-pulitzer-finalist-20170410-htmlstory.html" target="external">Los Angeles Times</a>
    Katie Falkenberg/Los Angeles Times
  • Feature Photography - Finalist

    Josemary Gomes, right, reaches her hand out to one of her son's, Jorge, age 4, as she rests with Gilberto in her family's home, March 20, 2016, in Algodao de Jandaira, Brazil. Josemary was already raising three boys on her own when she met the man who would father Gilberto. She thought he would take care of them. But when she got pregnant, she said, he told her that he was already married. <br> <br> More photos from series: <a href="http://www.latimes.com/visuals/framework/la-fg-zika-pulitzer-finalist-20170410-htmlstory.html" target="external">Los Angeles Times</a>
    Katie Falkenberg/Los Angeles Times
  • Feature Photography - Finalist

    A tired Gilberto, 4 months, yawns on the shoulder of his mother, Josemary Gomes, 34, as she works at the kitchen sink at her home, March 20, 2016, in Algodao de Jandaira, Brazil. There is no running water in their home, and about every two months, a truck shows up to fill a backyard cistern she shares with a neighbor. It's an ideal breeding ground for the mosquitoes that torment the families at night. <br> <br> More photos from series: <a href="http://www.latimes.com/visuals/framework/la-fg-zika-pulitzer-finalist-20170410-htmlstory.html" target="external">Los Angeles Times</a>
    Katie Falkenberg/Los Angeles Times
  • Feature Photography - Finalist

    Evellyn Mendes Santos, age 9, kisses her baby sister, Heloyse, who was born with microcephaly, outside of their home in Joao Pessoa, Brazil. "My biggest dream was to have two girls," their mother, Maria da Luz Mendes Santos, says. <br> <br> More photos from series: <a href="http://www.latimes.com/visuals/framework/la-fg-zika-pulitzer-finalist-20170410-htmlstory.html" target="external">Los Angeles Times</a>
    Katie Falkenberg/Los Angeles Times
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