Joshua Miller

A Massachusetts native and graduate of Bowdoin College, Joshua Miller covers politics for the Globe. He worked in Washington, D.C., at The Atlantic, ABC News, and the Capitol Hill newspaper Roll Call before joining the Globe in 2013.

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The feds are looking into the sale of the Harvard fencing coach’s house

By and , Globe Staff

A federal grand jury is investigating the Harvard fencing coach’s sale of his Needham house to a wealthy Maryland businessman whose teenage son was eyeing admission to the prestigious university.

Roulette wheels? Check. Dice? Check. Encore casino poised to clear final inspection

By , Globe Staff

Massachusetts Gaming Commission agents are in the final stages of inspecting the casino’s 143 table games and 3,158 slot machines to make sure they comply with regulations and none have been tampered with.

Slots. Poker tables. Fine dining. Luxury hotel. Dead fish?

By , Globe Staff

Last summer, tens of thousands of dead fish washed up near the Encore Boston Harbor’s Mystic River entrance in a giant malodorous mass. Could it happen again?

In Boston, Biden speaks of need to ‘restore the backbone of America’

By and , Globe Staff

Joe Biden, the Democratic presidential hopeful, made an appearance at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel on Wednesday, speaking of the need to “restore the backbone of America” while also extolling those who serve in the US military.