The Miami Herald newsroom reacts to the the second of two Pulitzer Prize awards announced on Monday, April 10, 2017. Nancy Ancrum, Editorial Page Editor, reaches to give Jim Morin, political cartoonist, a hug for his second career Pulitzer. Staff coverage of the Panama Papers, the international investigation that exposed how crooks and millionaires use the secret world of offshore companies, and the mordant political commentary of editorial cartoonist Jim Morin in a year rife with material won the Miami Herald two Pulitzer Prizes. The prize went to Morin and Panama Papers reporter Nicholas Nehamas and a second Panama Papers reporter, South America correspondent Jim Wyss, was patched in on video via Skype from Bogota.
The Miami Herald newsroom reacts to the the second of two Pulitzer Prize awards announced on Monday, April 10, 2017. Nancy Ancrum, Editorial Page Editor, reaches to give Jim Morin, political cartoonist, a hug for his second career Pulitzer. Staff coverage of the Panama Papers, the international investigation that exposed how crooks and millionaires use the secret world of offshore companies, and the mordant political commentary of editorial cartoonist Jim Morin in a year rife with material won the Miami Herald two Pulitzer Prizes. The prize went to Morin and Panama Papers reporter Nicholas Nehamas and a second Panama Papers reporter, South America correspondent Jim Wyss, was patched in on video via Skype from Bogota. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com
The Miami Herald newsroom reacts to the the second of two Pulitzer Prize awards announced on Monday, April 10, 2017. Nancy Ancrum, Editorial Page Editor, reaches to give Jim Morin, political cartoonist, a hug for his second career Pulitzer. Staff coverage of the Panama Papers, the international investigation that exposed how crooks and millionaires use the secret world of offshore companies, and the mordant political commentary of editorial cartoonist Jim Morin in a year rife with material won the Miami Herald two Pulitzer Prizes. The prize went to Morin and Panama Papers reporter Nicholas Nehamas and a second Panama Papers reporter, South America correspondent Jim Wyss, was patched in on video via Skype from Bogota. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com

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