From the Huffington Post:
The Pulitzer Prize Board has officially accepted The National Enquirer‘s submissions for breaking the John Edwards scandal, according to sources close to the board. In a historic move, the Pulitzer Board conceded that the self-proclaimed tabloid is qualified to compete with mainstream news outlets for journalism’s most prestigious prize. The Enquirer is in the running for the Pulitzer in two categories: “Investigative Reporting” and “National News Reporting” for The National Enquirer staff.
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