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Mark Arsenault

Mark Arsenault covers casino development and gambling issues for The Boston Globe. He joined the newspaper in 2010 in the Washington, D.C., bureau, where he covered national politics and the U.S. Congress. He has worked at newspapers in New England since 1989, including 10 years at The Providence Journal.

Latest stories

Media, including Globe, walk fine line in the age of ‘MeToo’

By , Globe Staff

At the Globe, the reckoning began even before the Harvey Weinstein scandal broke in October.

WBUR places Tom Ashbrook on leave over unspecified allegations

By , Globe Staff

Ashbrook, the voice of the popular nationally syndicated public radio show “On Point,” has been placed on leave, WBUR general manager Charles Kravetz said.

Boston’s Jewish community divided over Trump’s Jerusalem

By , Globe Staff

Scenes around Boston illustrate the split in opinion among American Jews on one of the most complex political and religious issues in the world.

In upstate New York, a tragedy eclipsed, but not forgotten

By , Globe Staff

In 2009, a gunman opened fire in an immigrant services center in Binghamton, killing 13. The attack manifests here in countless ways, both trivial and profound.