ProPublica won the Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting for its series, “The Wall Street Money Machine.”
Its lead reporters, Jake Bernstein and Jesse Eisinger, take a moment to explain the series, how it all started and their reaction after reeling in ProPublica’s second Pulitzer. Theirs was the first Pultizer awarded to a body of work that didn’t appear in print (i.e., online only).
You can read the full series here: The Wall Street Money Machine  and the letter addressing the award from our editor-in-chief . You can also subscribe to all of ProPublica’s podcasts on iTunes .
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