Seth Meyers ("Saturday Night Live") headlines the event, which is also expected to feature a comedic turn by President Obama and honor Dan Balz (Washington Post), Jake Tapper (ABC News), Peter Baker (New York Times) and Michael Berens (Seattle Times) for their work. In addition, 18 Washington, D.C., students will receive college scholarships. From the Washington Hilton in Washington, D.C.
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