The award winners in nearly two dozen categories will be announced at a ceremony on Sunday, June 10 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.
Cox was honored for his much-recognized series on children and gun violence.
Sandhya has previously worked on The Post's national politics, health and science, and America teams.
Cathleen will help oversee coverage of the 2018 and 2020 campaigns.
Catherine Rampell was recognized in the Commentary category; a team of politics and economic policy reporters were recognized in the Breaking News category.
Former Secretary of State to talk one-on-one with Post columnist David Ignatius about the upcoming summit with North Korea, the relocation of the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem and more.
The total includes a gold medal for “Here’s every total solar eclipse happening in your lifetime” and 17 silver medals across the two contests.
Malik led last year's redesign of our core video graphics. He will oversee video graphics and animation.
"Essential to both journalism and the law is an understanding that those who practice these professions occupy positions of immense public trust. We are expected to conduct ourselves honorably, to live and work with civility and integrity. It is incumbent upon both lawyers and journalists to always exhibit fairness—even to those who may not be fair to us," Ryan told graduates.
Mobile readership grew by six percent year-over-year.