Jeremiah Manion

Jeremiah Manion is a life-long resident of the Bay State who joined the Globe library in 2001. His role at the Globe is to provide time-sensitive and critical information to assist reporters under tight time constraints while also contributing needed contextual and historical data for projects large and small. He’s also helped with research assistance on various Globe related books such as the 2009 book “Last Lion: The Fall and Rise of Ted Kennedy,” 2013’s “Whitey Bulger: America’s Most Wanted Gangster and the Manhunt That Brought Him To Justice,” and 2014’s “Long Mile Home: Boston Under Attack, the City’s Courageous Recovery, and the Epic Hunt For Justice.”

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Here’s a look at how the effects of the shutdown go beyond federal workers

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How the effects of the government shutdown extend to everyone from home buyers, to air travelers, to farmers.

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A look back at Stephen Hawking’s visits to the Boston area

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The celebrated British physicist Stephen Hawking, who died in England on Wednesday, was no stranger to the Boston area. Here are some highlights of his visits.

You’ve heard about Robert Mueller’s ‘killer’ lawyers, but never seen them. Here’s video

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You know that Robert Mueller has a team of crack lawyers. But have you ever seen any of them? Here’s video.

It once got so cold that Bostonians were begging for a snowstorm to warm things up

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The longest stretch of sub-20-degree temperatures ever recorded in Boston — a seven-day period that featured five straight days of readings below zero — crippled the city.