Correction: Pulitizer Prize Winners
ROBERT SIEGEL, HOST:
We got something wrong on this program yesterday, and right now, we'd like to take a moment to get it right.
MELISSA BLOCK, HOST:
We reported on the winner of one of journalism's most prestigious awards, the Public Service Pulitzer. It went to a small newspaper in South Carolina for a series about domestic violence called "Till Death Do Us Part." The series investigated why South Carolina is among the deadliest states in the nation for women.
SIEGEL: We said The Charleston Post-Gazette won that award, and that is not the paper's name. It is The Post and Courier. We regret the error.
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