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News, Radio/podcast and public service "Lost Mothers: Maternal Mortality in the U.S." series, NPR and ProPublica
George Polk Award
Medical Reporting "Lost Mothers: Maternal Mortality in the U.S." series, NPR and ProPublica
Ruderman Award for Covering Disabilities
Excellence in Reporting on Disability First Place "Abused and Betrayed" series
Goldsmith Investigative Reporting Prize
"Lost Mothers: Maternal Mortality in the U.S." series, NPR and ProPublica
Lowell Thomas Award from the Overseas Press Club of America
Rough Translation episode "The Congo We Listen To"
James Beard Media Foundation Broadcast Media Awards
Journalism Award Publication of the Year The Salt Broadcast Media Award Radio Show/Audio Webcast "The Legacy of the Mississippi Delta Chinese"
Gracie Awards from the Alliance for Women in Media
Reporter/Correspondent/Host - Non Commercial Mary Louise Kelly, All Things Considered
Series - Non Commercial "#MeToo: Conversations About Sexual Harassment" NPR's Weekend Edition Sunday
Crisis Coverage - Non Commercial NPR's National Desk Crisis Reporting
Interactive Media - Blog NPR Music's "Turning The Tables" series
Online Video Host or Correspondent Elise Hu, Elise Tries
Interview Feature - Non Commercial "Three Generations Reflect on Hollywood, Harassment and Hitchcock"
Edward R. Murrow Awards
NPR won five Edward R. Murrow Awards, the most honors of any news outlet this year, for:
Continuing Coverage Immigration Coverage
Excellence in Social Media Hidden Brain
Excellence in Sound "What Happened When the Gunshots Started"
Hard News "'They Told Me I Wasn't A Human Being': Gay Men Speak Of Brutal Treatment In Chechnya"
News Documentary Embedded episode "Trump Stories - 'The Golf Course'"
IRE Award from the Investigative Reporters and Editors
Radio/Audio Large "They Got Hurt at Work, Then They Got Deported" in collaboration with ProPublica
Broadcast/Video Division 1 Finalist honor Print/Online Division I Finalist honor
Print/Online Division I Finalist honor
White House News Photographers Association Awards
NPR's Visuals Team received 12 honors in the White House News Photographers Association's 2018 Eyes of History: Multimedia Contest for the following stories:
News Story "What Democracy Looks Like: A Portrait of Inauguration Weekend, 2017"
Issue Reporting "Can Gory Police Dog Arrests Survive The Age of Video?"
Animation "How Eclipses Changed History" "The Golden Age of Germs" "For LSD, What A Long Strange Trip It's Been"
One-Off Awards of Excellence: Instagram posts #NPRHotPot: "Oreshki" and "Zereshk Polow"'
Documentary "Eclipse 2017: One Nation Under The Sun" "Finding Mustafa" Explainer "What Would We Lose If We Wiped Out Vampire Bats?" "Do Cities Need More Green Roofs?"
Best Multimedia Package "Refugees In Their Own Country"