For the fourth consecutive year, The Post was awarded the top honor – best news website or mobile service – at the WAN-IFRA North American Digital Media Awards.

This top category is dedicated to combined excellence in storytelling and user experience across editorial, product, and advertising.

Included in this year’s entry were the Afghanistan Papers project from Investigative, the Opioid Files project from Investigative, the Pulitzer-winning 2C project, the 2020 Democratic candidate quiz from Graphics and The Post’s coverage of the impeachment of President Trump.

Dave Jorgenson’s work on TikTok was also a winner in the category of Best Digital Project to Engage Young Audiences. This is the second year in a row The Post has won this category for engaged younger audiences. Last year, our winning entry was for Playing Games with Politicians on Twitch.

This year’s entry featured TikToks on what it’s like to be a reporter during an impeachment, the series of Democratic candidate features, a lip-syncing Ron Charles in a parking garage and this one, which we’re still trying to understand.

Both wins will now go on to compete in the worldwide competition this summer, against the winners from other global regions.