The Pulitzer Prizes were just awarded at Columbia University this afternoon, and a few hometown heroes took high honors. The Times won for investigative reporting and explanatory reporting, and Junot Díaz’s long-awaited The Brief and Wonderous Life of Oscar Wao took the fiction prize. The Pulitzer glow is especially bright in Washington, D.C., today their city's Post took home six prizes. What about our Post?? Is the ability to sum up the greatest gubernatorial scandal in a decade with just the two syllables "HO NO" worth nothing? —Aileen Gallagher
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