Assistant Metro Editor

Martin Finucane

Finucane, who has worked at the Globe for six years, previously worked in the Boston bureau of the Associated Press for 12 years.

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Trump said some unusual things this week. Here’s a short list

By , Globe Staff

President Trump once dubbed himself a “very stable genius,” but his unusual statements this week, in person and on Twitter, have garnered a lot of attention.

Hot or cold, rich or poor, countries around globe will not escape wrath of climate change, researchers say

By , Globe Staff

Climate change will hurt the economies in virtually all countries, not just in hot or poor ones, if carbon emissions are left unchecked, according to researchers from the University of Cambridge.

Steamy! Temperature of 93 at Logan ties record

By , Globe Staff

The temperature at Logan International Airport reached 93 Thursday afternoon, tying the record for the date.

Researchers say climate change means humans will have to retreat from the coasts — so let’s do it the right way

By , Globe Staff

If we can’t stop climate change, then we should take a thoughtful approach to how people can retreat from areas that climate change puts at risk.