Washington Bureau Chief
Jim Puzzanghera directs the Globe’s coverage from Washington, D.C. He has worked as a journalist in the nation’s capital since since 1998 and is a two-time National Press Club award winner for Washington reporting. Before arriving at the Globe in 2019, Puzzanghera covered business and economic issues from the Los Angeles Times’ Washington, D.C., bureau. A native of Melrose, Mass., Puzzanghera’s career began in New England at the New Haven Register in Connecticut. He also has worked for the St. Petersburg Times, Newsday and the San Jose Mercury News.
Ayanna Pressley would end death penalty, ban assault weapons in sweeping criminal justice reform bill
By Ryan Wangman , Globe Correspondent
The Boston Democrat said she wants to make the criminal justice system smaller, less discriminatory, and “more humane.”
You wanted to know these things about the Mueller report. Our D.C. bureau chief answered your questions
By Jim Puzzanghera , Globe Staff
Jim Puzzanghera tackled questions that you asked.