By Pallavi Reddy, CNN
On Monday, the 2012 Pulitzer Prize winners were announced with two surprising first-time winners: Politico’s Matt Wuerker for editorial cartooning and the Huffington Post’s David Wood for national reporting. We’ll have the founder Arianna Huffington on to talk the evolution of the Huffington Post and how it has gone from a blog to a news aggregation website to original content reporting news site that wins a high journalism honor.
This week the Los Angeles Times published photos of U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan posing with the dead terrorists. While this isn’t the first time the media has published controversial photographs of soldiers, the debate continues whether or not it’s the right thing to do. ABC News’s Bob Woodruff joins the conversation to talk about reporting in war zones and his recent reports from inside North Korea.
The likely Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney has been pretty quiet about his religion, but the media has been covering it from the beginning. Romney believes it may be a part of a left-wing media conspiracy doing President Obama’s bidding. The Washington Post’s Jennifer Rubin, BuzzFeed.com’s Ben Smith, and Current TV’s Bill Press will discuss the role Romney’s Mormon religion in the coverage of the campaign and the latest political dog fight.
This Sunday at 11a.m. ET.