Washington Bureau Chief, Boston Globe
Washington Bureau Chief for the Boston Globe
cnn.com — Washington (CNN) -- When the chairman of the South Carolina Republican Party abruptly resigned two weeks ago to take a new job in Washington, GOP activists appointed Matt Moore, the party's former executive director, to replace their leader. Moore earned another distinction in the process.
bostonglobe.com — Every year, members of the prestigious American Academy of Arts and Sciences in Cambridge spend months sifting through nominations to find some of the world's most accomplished scholars, artists, and leaders to join their institution. And 2004 was no exception.
nytimes.com — WASHINGTON - Federal regulators can sue drug companies for antitrust violations when brand-name drug makers pay generic competitors to keep cheaper, rival copies of a drug off the market, the Supreme Court ruled on Monday.
bostonglobe.com — Dr. Donald M. Berwick, a former Obama administration official, today announced he is running for governor in 2014. "As a doctor, an educator, an innovator and someone who has dedicated his professional career to making things work better and to helping people - I am ready to lead," the Newton Democrat said in a statement announcing his candidacy.
bostonglobe.com — In the wake of the April 15 bomb attacks near the Boston Marathon finish line, people have become more vigilant, reporting suspicious and unattended packages in huge numbers. State police say they also have seen more hoax devices and copycat incidents. But are officials, still rattled by the marathon attacks, overreacting to much smaller cases?
bostonglobe.com — For the first few days of his trial, Whitey Bulger had been sitting at the defendant's table wearing bad clothes and a blank expression. He looked like some guy waiting for a bus at South Station. But on Friday he smiled. He smiled at Dickie O'Brien, a bookie he used to shake down.
bostonglobe.com — FBI Director Robert S. Mueller III on Thursday conceded on Thursday that a lack of formal communication within the agency prevented investigators from alerting Russian authorities that Tamerlan Tsarnaev had returned to Russia before the Marathon bombing, information that Russians have asserted could have averted the act of terrorism.
A fish tale that’s true: The story of Philip Tuttle, the 90-year-old lobsterman who survived the siking of his boatbostonglobe.com — Philip Tuttle saw an opportunity and took it. With his wife preoccupied upstairs, he quickly scribbled a note - "Headed out to look for a trap. Be back shortly." - and headed toward his boat Saturday afternoon. He found the trap, but got a little too close to shore in the process.
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