Digital editor for politics

Christina Prignano

As the senior digital editor for politics at the Boston Globe, Christina writes, edits, and produces both daily politics coverage and longer-term initiatives in concert with the D.C. bureau and the state/local politics team. Previously, she oversaw updates to the homepage of bostonglobe.com and also coordinated digital breaking news coverage as digital news editor on the homepage team. Before becoming a digital news editor in 2016, she worked as a web producer focusing on breaking news and politics. She joined the Globe in 2012 from MassINC and CommonWealth magazine.

Latest stories

Mass. reports 140 new confirmed coronavirus cases and 15 new deaths

By , Globe Staff

The death toll from the coronavirus outbreak in Massachusetts among confirmed cases climbed by 15 to 7,998, state officials announced on Tuesday, as they reported 140 new confirmed cases, bringing the total to 104,799 as metrics the state is using to monitor the reopening remained relatively steady.

Another Trump rally is being targeted by fake signups driven by Twitter and TikTok — this time in New Hampshire

By , Globe Staff

It appears to be an effort to repeat the scene at the president's rally in Tulsa, when TikTok users and young K-pop fans said their thousands of fake registrations prompted the Trump campaign to create space for an overflow crowd that did not materialize.

MIT announces only seniors will return to campus this fall

By and , Globe Staff

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology will invite seniors only to return to campus in the fall, the university announced Tuesday.

New data on state’s coronavirus cases, deaths show stark racial divide

By and , Globe Staff

New data released Friday from the Baker administration reveal just how stark the racial divide is in Massachusetts surrounding illnesses and deaths from COVID-19.