The Wall Street Journal
In 2001, The Wall Street Journal's Ian Johnson won a Pulitzer Prize for 10 articles that uncovered the persecution of Falun Gong in China. Johnson detailed the brutal ramping up of the Chinese regime's violence toward practitioners, as well as its propaganda campaign worldwide. A number of those articles are referenced below.
Since then, the Wall Street Journal has continued to publish news related to the persecution of Falun Gong for its business-focused readers. The Wall Street Journal, having printed continuously since 1889, is one of the top five largest newspapers in the United States.