Pulitzer Prizes to be announced after delay caused by virus

NEW YORK -- The Pulitzer Prizes in journalism and the arts will be announced Friday, recognizing the best work in a year in which people isolated themselves because of a deadly pandemic and took to the streets over racial injustice.

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