Walter V. Robinson, in a span of four decades at the Boston Globe, reported from 48 states and 34 countries. He covered four presidential elections, two Presidencies and one-and-a-half wars. He is perhaps best known, however, for his work in Boston. The Spotlight Team he led won the 2003 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service for exposing the widespread cover-up of clerical sexual abuse of children in the Catholic Church. He has since accused the actor Michael Keaton of identity theft, for Keaton's portrayal of him in the film SPOTLIGHT, which won the Oscar for Best Picture in 2016.