David Abel

A Globe staff writer since 1999, Abel has written extensively about Latin America, national security, higher education, poverty, travel, and many other subjects throughout New England. He was part of the team that won the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News for the paper’s coverage of the Boston Marathon bombings. He now covers the environment for the Globe.

Latest stories

Up to a foot of snow possible Monday, Boston cancels schools

By and Jennifer Smith , Globe Staff and Globe Correspondent

Officials canceled school in Boston for Monday as another storm moved into the region.

Bump in the Road: The dreaded X, and the clock was ticking

By , Globe Staff

Miami International Airport is gargantuan and notoriously confusing.

More doubt is cast on Cape Wind plan

By , Globe Staff

The developer has terminated contracts to buy land in Falmouth and R.I., the latest sign the wind farm may never be built.

Leaks in Boston area gas pipes exceed estimates

By , Globe Staff

The amount of methane leaking is as much as three times greater than previously estimated.