The 2001 Pulitzer Prize winners announced Monday:


• Public service: The Oregonian of Portland.
• Breaking news reporting: Staff of The Miami Herald.
• Investigative reporting: David Willman of the Los Angeles Times.
• Explanatory reporting: Staff of the Chicago Tribune.
• Beat reporting: David Cay Johnston of The New York Times.
• National reporting: Staff of The New York Times.
• International reporting (two winners): Ian Johnson of The Wall Street Journal, Paul Salopek of the Chicago Tribune.
• Feature writing: Tom Hallman Jr. of The Oregonian.
• Commentary: Dorothy Rabinowitz of The Wall Street Journal.
• Criticism: Gail Caldwell of The Boston Globe.
• Editorial writing: David Moats of the Rutland (Vt.) Herald.
• Editorial cartooning: Ann Telnaes of the Los Angeles Times Syndicate.
• Spot news photography: Alan Diaz of The Associated Press.
• Feature photography: Matt Rainey of The Star-Ledger of Newark, N.J.


• Fiction: Michael Chabon for The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier & Clay.'
• Drama: David Auburn for his play Proof.
• History: Joseph J. Ellis for his book Founding Brothers: The Revolutionary Generation.
• Biography: David Levering Lewis for the second volume of his biography of civil rights leader W.E.B. Du Bois, W.E.B. Du Bois: The Fight for Equality and The American Century, 1919-1963.
• Poetry: Stephen Dunn for his volume of original verses Different Hours.'
• General Nonfiction: Herbert P. Bix for his book Hirohito and the Making of Modern Japan.
• Music: John Corigliano for Symphony No. 2 for String Orchestra.'