List of awards won by The New York Times

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The New York Times has won many awards. This list is up to date as of April 2018.[note 1][note 2][note 3]

Pulitzer Prizes[edit]

The New York Times has been awarded 133 Pulitzer Prizes, more than any other newspaper. They won their first prize in 1918 for complete and accurate coverage of World War I, and their most recent in 2018.[1]

SABEW Best in Business[edit]

Year Description
Denotes being a finalist, who did not win
Year Category Article Author(s) Citations
2007 Overall excellence N/A The New York Times Staff [2]
Breaking News Coverage “Google’s YouTube deal” Andrew Ross Sorkin, Matt Richtel, Miguel Helft and John Markoff
Enterprise “Very rich are leaving the merely rich behind” Louis Uchitelle
Projects “Leaky oil royalties” Edmund L. Andrews
Columns N/A Gretchen Morgenson
2009 General Excellence N/A The New York Times Staff [3]
General Excellence-

Websites

N/A N/A
Business Reporting -

Breaking News

”The G.M. Bankruptcy” N/A
Enterprise “The Burger That Shattered Her Life” Michael Moss
Columns N/A David Leonhardt
Columns N/A David Carr
Projects "Toxic Waters" Charles Duhigg
Projects “Driven to Distraction” Matt Richtel
Online Excellence-

Breaking News

"The G.M. Bankruptcy" N/A
Online Excellence-

Projects

"Living With Less" N/A
Audio/Video Reports “Flipped: Inside the Private Equity Game” Amy O'Leary
Audio/Video Reports “The Card Game: The Deal With Overdrafts” Brent McDonald
Creative use of Online “Flipped: Inside the Private Equity Game” Amy O'Leary
2010 Personal Finance “Alina Tugend Personal Finance” [4]
Breaking News Dailies “The SEC vs. Goldman Sachs”
Creative Use Across Multiple Platforms You Fix the Budget” N/A
Creative Use Across Multiple Platforms “Gulf Oil Spill” N/A
Explanatory “Payback Time” Benedict Carey
Feature “A Bully Finds a Pulpit on the Web” David Segal
Feature “Your Brain on Computers” Matt Richtel
General Excellence N/A The New York Times Staff
Opinion/Column N/A David Leonhardt
Opinion/Column N/A Gretchen Morgenson
2011 General Excellence N/A New York Times Staff [5]
Opinion/Column "Fair Game" Gretchen Morgenson
Opinion/Column "The Media Equation" David Carr
Breaking News MF Global Bankruptcy The New York Times Staff
Explanatory "Drilling Down- Natural Gas" Ian Urbina
Feature "Dirty Little Secrets of Search" David Segal
2012 Investigative "Wal-Mart Abroad" David Barstow [6]
Personal Finance "You For Sale" Natasha Singer
Commentary N/A James Stewart
Explanatory "Tax and Spending Myths" Binyamin Appelbaum, Robert Gebbeloff
Explanatory "The iEconomy" Charles Duhigg, Keith Bradsher, David Barboza, David Segal, David Kocieniewski, Bill Vlasic, Hiroko Tabuchi
Features "McAfee" David Segal
Investigative-

Real Estate

"Mortgage" Jessica Silver-Greenberg
Investigative-

Technology

"Fake Reviews" David Streitfeild
2013 International Breaking News For coverage of the Cyrprus financial crisis Staff of the New York Times [7]
2013 Innovation For a series of business graphs Kevin Quealy, Shan Carter, Archie Tse, Mike Bostock, Matthew Ericson, Hannah Fairfield, Ford Fessenden, Tom Giratikanon, Josh Keller, Alicia Parlapiano, Tim Wallace, Derek Watkins, Jeremy White, Josh Williams, Karen Yourish
Newspapers Breaking News “JP Morgan Settlement.” Jessica Silver-Greenberg, Ben Protess, Peter Eavis
2013 Explanatory "House Edge." Gretchen Morgenson, David Kocieniewski, Robert Gebeloff
2013 Commentary N/A James Stewart
2013 General Excellence N/A The New York Times Business staff
2013 Real Estate "Foreclosure/Mortgage Abuse." Jessica Silver-Greenberg, Ben Protess
2013 Social Media For effective use of social media Hanna Ingber
Technology "China Hacking" Nicole Perlroth, David Barboza, David Sanger, Michael Schmidt
2014 Innovation For a collection of economic tools and visualizations Gregor Aisch, Wilson Andrews, Jeremy Ashkenas, Matthew Bloch, Mike Bostock, Shan Carter, Haeyoun Park, Alicia Parlapiano, Archie Tse [8]
2014 International Breaking News For Alibaba Coverage Michael J. de la Merced, Neil Gough, Andrew Jacobs, Karl Russell
2014 Personal Finance "Driven Into Debt" Jessica Silver-Greenberg, Michael Corkery
2014 Commentary For his columns Eduardo Porter
Explanatory “The New Smoke.” Matt Richtel, Sabrina Tavernise
Investigative "Fatal Flaws" Danielle Ivory, Rebecca R. Ruiz, Hiroko Tabuchi, Bill Vlasic, Matthew L. Wald
2014 Feature “The cold, hard lessons of Mobile Home U.” Gary Rivlin
2015 Personal Finance “Airbnb Horror Story Points to Need for Precautions” Ron Lieber [9]
Commentary For his columns on technology Farhad Manjoo
Explanatory "Inside Amazon" Jodi Kantor, David Streitfeld
Feature "The Outlaw Ocean" Ian Urbina
Investigative "Beware the Fine Print" Jessica Silver-Greenberg, Michael Corkery, Robert Gebeloff
Real Estate "Towers of Secrecy" Louise Story, Stephanie Saul

Peabody Awards[edit]

Year Name Description Notes
1951 New York Times Youth Forum It featured "unrehearsed discussion by students selected from private, public and parochial schools, on topics ranging from the political, educational and scientific to the international and the United Nations." [10]
1956 Personal Award to Jack Gould For "his outstanding contribution to radio and television through his New York Times writings". [11]
2003 FRONTLINE: A Dangerous Business A joint investigation by the New York Times, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, and WGBH's Frontline about the conditions faced by workers at McWayne Inc. [12]
2008 NYTimes.com Citation: "Aggressively and creatively adding sound and moving images to its traditional package of news and features, The New York Times has stepped forward as an innovator in online journalism. Its website exemplifies a new age for the press, expanding its role in ways unimaginable only a few years ago." [13]
2013 A Short History of the Highrise "Website visitors [are able] to tour 2,500 years of 'vertical living,' from the Tower of Babel to turn-of-the-20th Century New York City tenements to luxury skyscrapers in modern Shanghai." [14]

National Magazine Awards[edit]

Year Category Article(s) Author(s) Citation
2009 Reporting "Right at the Edge" Dexter Filkins [15]
2010 "The Deadly Choices at Memorial Sheri Fink
2011 Profile Writing N/A N/A
News and Documentary Photography
Design, Digital Media
2012 Feature Photography "Vamps, Crooks & Killers Photographs by Alex Prager,

Introduction by A.O. Scott

Video "My Family's Experiment in Extreme Schooling," Julie Dressner, Shayla Harris

and Clifford J. Levy

2014 Reporting "The Dream Boat" Luke Mogelson
2016 Public Interest "Worlds Apart" Nicole Hannah-Jones [16]
Feature Writing "I have no choice but to keep looking" Jennifer Percy
Essays/Criticism "David's Ankles" Sam Anderson

Gerald Loeb Award[edit]

Year Category Article(s) Author(s) Citation
1985 Deadline and/or Beat Writing "The Battle for Gulf" Robert J. Cole [17]
1996 Deadline and/or Beat Writing "Coverage of the Media Industry" Geraldine Fabrikant [18]
1999 Deadline and/or Beat Writing "Coverage of the Near Collapse of Long-Term Capital Management" The New York Times Staff (including Diana B. Henriques) [19][20]
2001 Commentary “Floyd Norris Columns” Floyd Norris [21]
2002 Commentary “Market Watch” Gretchen Morgenson [22]
2003 Beat Writing "Inside the S.E.C." Stephen Labaton [23]
2005 Deadline Writing "End of an Era" Andrew Ross Sorkin, Steve Lohr, David Barboza, Gary Rivlin,

John Markoff

[24]
Large Newspapers "Death on the Tracks" Walt Bogdanich
2007 Feature Writing "Rewriting the Social Contract" Louis Uchitelle [25]
2008 Breaking News "The Fall of E. Stanley O'Neal at Merrill Lynch" Jenny Anderson, Landon Thomas Jr. [26]
Commentary "Talking Business" Joe Nocera
Beat Writing (Honorable Mention) "Golden Opportunities" Charles Duhigg
Large Newspapers "Toxic Pipeline" Walt Bogdanich, Jake Hooker, David Barboza, Andrew W. Lehern
2009 Beat Writing "Wall Street" Gretchen Morgenson [27]
Large Newspapers "The Reckoning" Gretchen Morgenson, Peter S. Goodman, Charles Duhigg,

Carter Dougherty, Eric Dash, Julie Creswell, Jo Becker, Sheryl Gay Stolberg, Stephen Labaton

Magazines "Obamanomics" David Leonhardt
2010 Online Commentary and Blogging "Pogue's Posts" David Pogue [28]
Large Newspapers "Food Safety" Michael Moss, Andrew Martin
2011 Personal Finance "Student Debt" Ron Lieber [29]
Commentary Krugman's columns Paul Krugman
2013 Images/Visuals "Economics Interactives" Tom Giratikanon, Amanda Cox, Sergio Pecanha, Alicia Parlapiano, Jeremy White, Robert Gebeloff, Ford Fessenden, Archie Tse,

Alan McLean, Shan Carter, Mike Bostock and Matthew Ericson

[30]
International "China's Secret Fortunes" David Barboza and Sharon LaFraniere
Investigative "Wal-Mart Abroad" David Barstow, Alejandra Xanic von Bertrab and Stephanie Clifford
2014 Breaking News "Bangladesh" Jim Yardley, Julfikar Ali Manik, and Steven Greenhouse [31]
Images/Visuals "Interactive Graphics Ford Fessenden, Tom Giratikanon, Josh Keller, Archie Tse,

Tim Wallace, Derek Watkins, Jeremy White, Karen Yourish, Shan Carter, Hannah Fairfield, Alicia Parlapiano, Mike Bostock, Amanda Cox, Matthew Ericson, Kevin Quealy, and Josh Williams

2015 Beat Reporting "Lobbying in America" Eric Lipton, Ben Protess, Nicholas Confessore and Brooke Williams [32]
Images/Visuals "Economic Tools & Visualizations" Gregor Aisch, Wilson Andrews, Jeremy Ashkenas, Matthew Bloch, Mike Bostock, Shan Carter, Haeyoun Park, Alicia Parlapiano and Archie Tse
2016 Images/Graphics/Interactives "Making Data Visual" Amanda Cox, Gregor Aisch, Kevin Quealy, Matthew Bloch, Wilson Andrews, Josh Keller, Karen Yourish, Eric Buth, Nicholas Confessore and Sarah Cohen [33]
Commentary "Inside the Boardroom" James B. Stewart

Online Journalism Awards[edit]

Year Description
Denotes being a finalist, who did not win
Year Category Article Author(s) Citation
2001 Feature Journalism, Affiliated "Salsa-Made in New York" Peter Capatano [34]
General Excellence in Online Journalism, Affiliated N/A The New York Times Staff
2002 Breaking News, Affiliated September 11 Coverage [35]
Creative Use of the Medium, Affiliated Photographers Journal N/A
General Excellence in Online Journalism – Affiliated, Large N/A The New York Times Staff
2003 General Excellence in Online Journalism – Affiliated, Large [36]
Breaking News, Affiliated Coverage of the Shuttle Columbia
2003 Breaking News, Affiliated Coverage of the War in Iraq
2003 Enterprise Journalism, Affiliated Dangerous Business David Barstow and Lowell Bergman
2004 Breaking News, Large The Capture of Saddam Hussein The New York Times Staff [37]
2004 Online Commentary, Large His Columns Nicholas D. Kristof
2004 Specialty Journalism, Large Movie Coverage The New York Times Staff
2005 Breaking News, Large Site Asia's Deadly Waves [38]
General Excellence in Online Journalism, Large Site N/A
Outstanding Use of Multiple Media, Large Site Class Matters
2006 Breaking News, Large Site New York City Transit Strike [39]
General Excellence in Online Journalism, Large Site N/A
2006 Online Commentary, Large Site His Columns David Pogue
2007 Breaking News, Large Site The Rampage at Virginia Tech The New York Times Staff [40]
General Excellence in Online Journalism, Large Site N/A
Outstanding Use of Digital Media, Large Site Frugal Traveler: American Road Trip Lucas Peterson
2008 Outstanding Use of Digital Technology, Large Site Politics The New York Times Staff [41]
General Excellence in Online Journalism, Large Site N/A
2008 Breaking News, Large Site Eliot Spitzer's Resignation
2008 Online Commentary, Large Sites On the Ground Nicholas Kristof
2009 Online Topical Reporting/Blogging, Large Site The Lede – Iran Robert Mackey [42]
2009 General Excellence in Online Journalism, Large Site Nytimes.com The New York Times Staff
2009 Outstanding Use of Digital Technologies, Large Site Interactive Graphics
Online Topical Reporting/Blogging, Large Site The Well Blog
2010 Gannett Foundation Award for Innovative Investigative

Journalism, Large Site

Toxic Waters Charles Duhigg [43]
2010 General Excellence in Online Journalism, Large Site N/A The New York Times Staff
Breaking News, Large Site Coverage of the 2010 Haiti earthquake
2010 Multimedia Feature Presentation, Large Site Held by the Taliban David Rohde
Outstanding Use of Digital Technologies, Professional Oil Spill Tracker Erin Aigner, Joe Burgess, Shan Carter, Joanne

Nurse, Haeyoun Park, Amy Schoenfield and Archie Tse

2011 Breaking News, Large Site The Earthquake, Tsunami and Nuclear Crisis in Japan The New York Times Staff [44]
General Excellence in Online Journalism, Large Site N/A
Multimedia Feature Presentation, Large Site A Year at War James Dao,Catrin Einhorn, Damon Winter, Marcus Yam, Rob Harris, Gabriel Dance, Nancy Donaldson, Catrin Einhorn, Jon Huang, Andrew Kuenman,

Meaghan Looram

Online Video Journalism, Large Site Video Portraiture The New York Times Staff
2012 Planned News/Events, Large The Reckoning – America and the World a Decade After 9/11 [45]
2012 Knight Award for Public Service Abused and Used Danny Hakim and Russ Buettner
Breaking News, Large Coverage of Hurricane Irene The New York Times Staff
Topical Reporting, Large FiveThirtyEight — Nate Silver's Political Calculus Nate Silver
2013 General Excellence in Online Journalism, Large N/A The New York Times Staff [46]
Gannett Foundation Award for Technical Innovation in the Service of Digital Journalism D3.js Mike Bostock
2013 Knight Award for Public Service Justice Denied: Bronx Courts William Glaberson
Breaking News, Large Coverage of Hurricane Sandy The New York Times Staff
Planned News/Events, Large Coverage of the 2012 Presidential Election
Topical Reporting, Large Reporting on the Supreme Court
Online Commentary, Large Op-Docs
2013 Feature, Large Snow Fall John Branch
2014 General Excellence in Online Journalism, Large NYTimes.com The New York Times Staff [47]
Planned News/Events, Large NYC 2013: The Race for Mayor
Planned News/Events, Large Coverage of the Sochi Olympics
Topical Reporting, Large "The NSA’s Secret Campaign to Crack, Undermine Internet Security" Jeff Larson (ProPublica), Nicole Perlroth (The New York Times), and Scott Shane (The New York Times)
2014 Topical Reporting, Large Paying Till it Hurts Elisabeth Rosenthal
2014 Online Commentary, Large The Upshot The New York Times Staff
Feature, Large A Short History of the Highrise Katerina Cizek
Excellence and Innovation in Visual Digital Storytelling, Large Reshaping New York Ford Fessenden, Tom Giratikanon, Josh Keller, Archie Tse, Tim Wallace, Derek Watkins, Jeremy White and Karen Yourish
2015 The Al Neuharth Innovation in Investigative Journalism Award, Large "The Secret Casualties of Iraq’s Abandoned Chemical Weapons" C.J. Chivers [48]
2015 Gannett Foundation Award for Technical Innovation in the Service of Digital Journalism AI2HTML Archie Tse
Online Commentary, Large Transgender Today Community Page The New York Times Staff
Sports, Large World Cup Coverage Victor Mather
2015 Sports, Large Dawn Wall John Branch
General Excellence in Online Journalism, Large NYTimes.com The New York Times Staff
Breaking News, Large Germanwings ("Germanwings Crash in French Alps Kills 150; Cockpit Voice Recorder Is Found") Nicola Clark and Dan Bilefsky
Planned News/Events, Large Midterm Elections
Explanatory Reporting, Large Ebola ("How Ebola Roared Back") Kevin Sack, Sheri Fink, Pam Belluck, and Adam Nossiter
Feature, Large "The Secret Life of Passwords" Ian Urbina
2016 General Excellence in Online Journalism, Large (tie) NYTimes.com The New York Times Staff [49]
Breaking News, Large Coverage of the Paris Attacks
Planned News / Events, Large The Election
2016 The University of Florida Award for Investigative Data Journalism, Large "The Families Funding the 2016 Presidential Election"
Gannett Foundation Award for Technical Innovation in the Service of Digital Journalism ArchieML
Explanatory Reporting, Large The Upshot, Inequality,
2016 Online Commentary A Conversation on Race
Sports, Large Sports Visualisation

Worth Bingham Prize[edit]

Year Article Author(s) Citations
1994 "US Air" (tie) Ralph Blumenthal, Douglas Frantz [50]
1997 "Taxes and Tactics" Douglas Frantz
2004 “Captive Clientele” Diana Henriques
2012 “Unlocked: Inside New Jersey’s Halfway Houses” Sam Dolnick

Meyer Berger Awards[edit]

Year Article Author(s) Notes
1975 Multiple articles that reflected "Mike Berger's keen eye and

ear for happenings in his favorite town."

Deirdre Carmody Two winners, the other one

was Peter Coutros of the

New York Daily News[51]

1983 For her ''About New York'' columns Anna Quindlen Two winners, the other one

was Paul LaRosa of the

New York Daily News[52]

1985 For her ''Pulling Together,'' stories Sheila Rule Two winners, the other one

was Neal Hirschfeld of The

Daily News[53]

1988 For her ''stories of life in and around New York that show the same feeling

for the people of the metropolis that characterized Mike Berger's work,''

Sara Rimer Two winners, the other one

was Jim Dwyer of Newsday[54]

1995 For her series "Another America: Life on 129th Street," Felicia R. Lee [55]
2011 “A Parish Tested” Anne Barnard [56]
2012 “Punched Out: The Life and Death of a Hockey Enforcer” John Branch

Maria Moors Cabot Prize[edit]

Year Category Author Notes
1988 Medalist Stephen Kinzer
2015 Medalist Simon Romero [57]
Special Citation Ernesto Londoño

George Polk Awards[edit]

Year Category Author Citation
1948 Education Reporting Benjamin Fine [58]
1949 Science Reporting William Laurence
1950 National Reporting Ira H. Freeman
1951 Foreign Reporting Milton Bracker and Virginia Lee Warren
Education Reporting Kalman Siegel
1952 National Reporting A.H. Raskin
Special Award Jack Gould
1953 National Reporting James Reston
1954 International Reporting Thomas J. Hamilton
National Reporting Luther Huston
1955 International Reporting Thomas J. Hamilton
Education Reporting Gertrude Samuels
1956 Special Award Emanuel R. Freedman
1957 Foreign Reporting Harrison E. Salisbury
1958 Special Award Walter Sullivan
1959 Foreign Reporting A.M. Rosenthal
National Reporting Nathaniel Gerstenzang
1962 Foreign Reporting Dana Adams Schmidt
1963 Foreign Reporting David Halberstam
Special Award A.H. Raskins
1964 Metropolitan Reporting A.M. Rosenthal
1965 Editorial Comment John B. Oakes
1966 Foreign Reporting Harrison E. Salisbury
1967 Foreign Reporting R.W. Apple, Jr.
Local Reporting J. Anthony Lukes
1968 Community Service David Burnam
Political Reporting Martin Arnold
1969 Foreign Reporting Henry Kamm
National Reporting Walter Rugaber
1970 Foreign Reporting Gloria Emerson
1971 Foreign Reporting Sydney H. Schanberg
National Reporting The New York Times
Education Reporting Joseph Lelyveld
1972 Special Award Lesley Oelsner
1973 National Reporting Andrew H. Malcolm
Investigative Reporting Seymour Hersh
1974 National Reporting Seymour M. Hersh
Metropolitan Reporting Richard Severo
Special Award Sydney H. Schanberg
1977 Commentary Red Smith
1978 Foreign Reporting John F. Burns, John Darnton,

Michael T. Kaufman

Commentary Russell Baker
1979 Career Award Alden Whitman
Foreign Reporting John Kifne
1980 Editorials Editorial Board
1981 Foreign Reporting John Darnton
National Reporting Seymour M. Hersh, Jeff Gerth,

Phillip Taubman

1982 Foreign Reporting Thomas L. Friedman, David K. Shipler
National Reporting Richard Halloran
1983 Foreign Reporting Joseph Lelyveld
Foreign Affairs Reporting Philip Taubman
1984 Magazine Reporting John Vinocur
1985 Career Award George Tames
Medical Reporting Lawerence K. Altman
Foreign Reporting Alan Cowell
1986 Career Award James Reston
1988 Foreign Reporting John Kifner
National Reporting Keith Schneider
1989 Career Award Fred Hechinger
International Reporting Stephen Engelberg, Michael R. Gordon
Foreign Reporting Nicholas Kristof, Sheryl WuDunn
1990 National Reporting Susan F. Rasky and David E. Rosenbaum
1991 Foreign Reporting Francis X. Clines
Foreign Reporting Barbara Crossette
1992 Career Award Herbert Mitgang
1993 Regional Reporting Isabel Wilkerson
1994 National Reporting Joel Brinkley, Deborah Sontag, and

Stephen Engelberg

1995 Metropolitan Reporting Frank Bruni, Nina Bernstein, Joyce Purnick

and Lizette Alverez

Business Reporting Kurt Eichenwald
1996 Economics Reporting The New York Times
Foreign Reporting John F. Burns
1997 Business Reporting Kurt Eichenwald and Martin Gottlieb
National Reporting Keith Bradsher
1998 Career Award Russell Baker
Local Reporting Clifford J. Levy
1999 National Reporting Jason DeParle
2000 Special Award The New York Times Staff for

"How Race Is Lived in America"

Career Award John B. Oakes

Mirror Awards[edit]

Year Section Article(s) Writer, Reporter, Editor or Organization Citation
2007 Best Commentary "The Media Equation" David Carr [59]
2008 Best Commentary N/A Joe Nocera [60]
Overall Excellence Monday Media section The New York Times Staff
2009 Best Commentary, Traditional Media N/A David Carr [61]
Best In-depth Piece, Traditional Media ”Behind TV Analysts, Pentagon’s Hidden Hand“

”One Man’s Military-Industrial-Media Complex“

David Barstow
2012 Best Commentary, Traditional/Legacy Media “The Disposable Woman” Anna Holmes [62]
Best Commentary, Digital Media The Soap Opera Is Dead! Long Live The Soap Opera!”

"Seeing ‘Bridesmaids’ is a social responsibility”

“30 Rock’ takes on feminist hypocrisy–and its own”

Rebecca Traister

Alfred I. duPont Awards[edit]

Year Article Winners Citation
2006 "The Secret History of the Credit Card" Frontline, WGBH, Boston, and The New York Times [63]
2007 "Nuclear Jihad: Can Terrorists Get the Bomb?" Discovery Times Channel, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and The New York Times [64]
2012 "A Year at War" "Surviving Haiti's Earthquake: Children" The New York Times [65]

Sigma Delta Chi Award[edit]

Year Category Article Author Citation
1996 Newspaper/Wire Service

Washington Correspondence

"Gulf War Syndrome" Philip Shenon [66]
2005 Foreign Correspondence “Rule by Law” Joseph Kahn and Jim Yardley [67]
2006 Non-Deadline Reporting (Circulation Of 100,000 Or Greater) “Broken Ground: The Hole in the City’s Heart” Deborah Sontag [68]
2007 Washington Correspondence “Interrogation Secrets” David Johnston, Mark Mazzetti,

James Risen & Scott Shane

[69]
2008 Deadline Reporting (circulation of 100,000 or greater) “The Spitzer Scandal” The New York Times Staff [70]
Washington Correspondence “Message Machine” David Barstow
Foreign Correspondence “Kremlin Rules” Clifford J. Levy
2009 Investigative Reporting (Daily Circulation 100,001+) “Toxic Waters” Charles Duhigg [71]
General Column Writing (Daily Circulation 100,000+) His Columns Nicholas D. Kristof
Magazine Writing (National Circulation) “The Deadly Choices at Memorial” Sheri Fink, ProPublica with

The New York Times Magazine

2010 Washington Correspondence (Daily Publication) "Capitol Hill" Eric Lipton [72]
General Column Writing (Daily Circulation 100,000+) "This Land" Dan Barry
2011 Digital Media Presentation (Affiliated) "The Reckoning" The New York Times Staff [73]
Specialized Journalism Site "SchoolBook" The New York Times and WNYC
2012 General Column Writing (Daily Circulation 100,001+) His Columns Jim Dwyer [74]
2013 Feature Reporting (Daily Circulation 100,001+) “Invisible Child” Andrea Elliott [75]
2014 Foreign Correspondence “Underwriting Jihad” Rukmini Callimachi [76]
2015 Foreign Correspondence “The outlaw ocean” Ian Urbina [77]

The Hillman Prize[edit]

Year Category Article Author(s) Notes
1951 Newspaper Articles on labor A. H. Raskin [78]
1957 Newspaper Editorials on the Middle East Crisis (special award) The New York Times
1967 Newspaper Reporting from North Vietnam (special award) Harrison E. Salisbury
1971 Newspaper Series on the Kent State tragedy John Kifner
1972 Newspaper "The Pentagon Papers" Neil Sheehan
1975 Newspaper Articles on the C.I.A. Seymour M. Hersh
1998 Newspaper "Learning Poverty Firsthand" & other stories of welfare reform Jason DeParle
2004 Newspaper "Dangerous Business" David Barstow and Lowell Bergman NYT, Neil Docherty and

David Rummel Frontline/CBC/NYT

2008 Newspaper "Golden Opportunities" Charles Duhigg
2009 Newspaper "Deaths in Immigrant Detention" Nina Bernstien
2016 Newspaper “Cellblock Justice” Michael Winerip, Michael Schwirtz, Tom Robbins Other honoree was

The Marshall Project[78]

Livingston Awards[edit]

Year Article Author Position Citation
1983 "The Beirut Massacre: The Four Days" Thomas Friedman Beirut Bureau Chief [79]
1993 "Abuse Turns Fatal: How the System Failed" (series) Celia Dugger Reporter [80]
2001 "Desperate Passage" Michael Finkel [81]
2006 "The Struggle for Iraq" Edward Wong [82]
2008 "C.I.A. Destroyed Two Tapes Showing Interrogation" Mark Mazzetti
2014 "The Dream Boat" Luke Mogelson [83]
2016 "The Agency" Adrian Chen [84]

Elmer Ferguson Memorial Award[edit]

Year Journalist Citation
1984 Joe Nichols [85]

Science in Society Journalism Awards[edit]

Year Article Author(s) Notes
2004 “The Quest to Forget” Robin Marantz Henig [86]
2005 "Arctic Rush Craig Duff and Andrew C. Revkin A collaboration of The New York Times,

the Discovery Times Channel and the

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.[87]

2010 "Toxic Waters” Charles Duhigg tie with Martha Mendoza and Margie Mason for their Associated

Press series “When Drugs Stop Working”[88]

2011 “My Father’s Broken Heart” Katy Butler [89]
2014 “A Race to Save the Orange by Altering Its DNA" Amy Harmon [90]

The Sidney Award[edit]

Date Article Author(s) Citation
February 2010 "Tea Party Lights Fuse for Rebellion on Right" David Barstow [91]
May 2010 "Depression, Abuse, Suicide: Fishermen's Wives Face Post-Spill Trauma" Mac McClelland
March 2011 "G.E.’s Strategies Let It Avoid Taxes Altogether" David Kocieniewski
June 2011 "My Life as an Undocumented Immigrant" Jose Antonio Vargas
January 2012 "Derek Boogaard: A Boy Learns to Brawl" John Branch
May 2013 "Last Hope in Ruins: Bangladesh’s Race to Save Shaheena"

"The Most Hated Bangladeshi, Toppled From a Shady Empire"

"Major Retailers Join Bangladesh Safety Plan"

"Abercrombie & Fitch Signs Bangladesh Safety Plan"

Julfikar Ali Manik

Steven Greenhouse

Jim Yardley

August 2013 "A Shuffle of Aluminum, but to Banks, Pure Gold" David Kocieniewski
June 2015 “The Price of Nice Nails”

"Perfect Nails, Poisoned Workers"

Malsin Nir
November 2015 "Beware the Fine Print" Jessica Silver-Greenberg

and Robert Gebeloff

July 2016 "When You Dial 911 and Wall Street Answers" Danielle Ivory, Ben Protess

and Kitty Bennett

August 2016 "How a $2 Roadside Drug Test Sends Innocent People to Jail" Ryan Gabrielson and

Topher Sanders

Missouri Lifestyle Journalism Awards[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ This list includes awards won by The New York Times Magazine and The New York Times, and makes no distinction between the two.
  2. ^ This list includes all information available online. Some awards, such as the Cabot awards do not have an available list, and thus may be incomplete.
  3. ^ This list does not include awards won by the Boston Globe when The New York Times Company owned it.

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