Awards & Winners

Jack White

Jack White was a veteran Rhode Island journalist who won a Pulitzer Prize for his coverage of President Richard Nixon's underpayment of income taxes. White's investigative article prompted Nixon to utter his famous line, "I am not a crook." White also won Emmy Awards for his reporting on fugitive banker Joe Mollicone and Providence tax officials who violated the city's residency requirement. He was considered the dean of organized crime reporting in Rhode Island.

Awards by Jack White

Check all the awards nominated and won by Jack White.


Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting
(For his initiative in exclusively disclosing President Nixon's Federal income tax payments in 1970 and 1971.)