News editor

Christina Prignano

As a news editor on the Boston Globe’s website, Christina Prignano oversees updates to the homepage of and also coordinates digital breaking news coverage. Before becoming a 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

Ayanna Pressley slams ‘pundits’ over use of Marathon bomber to debate voting rights for jailed

By , Globe staff

The Boston congresswoman’s comments come after Senator Bernie Sanders said even “terrible people” like Dzhokhar Tsarnaev have a right to vote while in prison.

Fact check: Trump’s claim that he didn’t order Mueller to be fired

By , Globe staff

Don McGahn testified to federal investigators that he was called twice by President Trump at home and ordered to have Special Counsel Robert Mueller removed.

Four ways Joe Biden’s 2020 run could be very different from 2008

By , Globe staff

Joe Biden, having run twice for president, should be familiar by now with the dynamics of a preasidential campaign. Here’s how it could be different this time.

Bill Weld calls on Trump to resign, calling him a ‘one-man crime wave’

By , Globe staff

GOP presidential candidate Bill Weld, the former Massachusetts governor, is calling on President Trump to resign from office in the wake of Robert Mueller’s report.