Capital Gazette wins special Pulitzer Prize citation for coverage of newsroom shooting that killed five


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Tony Soprano, who for eight long years has balanced his vocation as a New Jersey mob boss with a suburban lifestyle, made that absurd self-assessment recently to his psychiatrist, Dr. Melfi. Now, the doctor has dumped him and Tony, played by actor James Gandolfini on the HBO series, is on the run. One way or the other, it will all end tonight.

?I'm a good guy, basically. I love my family. There's a balance, there's a ying and a yang.? Tony Soprano

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