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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Romans brought wood from 1,000 miles away to the Eternal City, study says

By , Globe Staff

A new study by Italian researchers traces ancient timbers found during an excavation in Rome to the Jura mountains in eastern France more than 1,000 miles away, underlining the Roman Empire’s prowess at long-distance trading

MIT says new instrument is allowing it to pick up more gravitational wave signals

By , Globe Staff

Researchers at MIT say a new instrument is allowing the detection of more gravitational wave signals at the groundbreaking Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory.

Key quotes from the Judiciary Committee’s impeachment hearing

By and , Globe staff

“If we cannot impeach a president who abuses his office for personal advantage we no longer live in a democracy,” one professor testified.

Meet Noah Feldman, the Harvard professor testifying before the Judiciary Committee

By , Globe Staff

Noah Feldman, who will be one of four academics testifying Wednesday before the House Judiciary Committee as it probes the legal grounds for impeaching President Trump, coauthored the textbook “Constitutional Law.”