Daley has covered the environment for the Globe since 2001 and has won numerous national journalism awards for reports on fishing, climate change, and environmental health, including being named a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 2008. She spent the 2011-2012 academic year at Stanford University on a John S. Knight fellowship. She has been with the Globe since 1994 and previously covered urban education.
By Lisa Wangsness, Beth Daley and Lisa Kocian , Globe Staff
At churches most directly affected by the bombings and their aftermath, congregants mourned and comforted one another.
By Mark Arsenault, Sean P. Murphy and Beth Daley , Globe Staff
A picture has emerged of accused Marathon bomber Tamerlan Tsarnaev as an increasingly militant immigrant.
By Beth Daley and Martin Finucane , Globe Staff
Tamerlan Tsarnaev objected to a sermon in which the speaker compared the Prophet Muhammad with Martin Luther King, a mosque official said.
By Beth Daley , Globe Staff
A Mass Sunday morning at St. Ann Parish in Dorchester overflowed with mourners for 8-year-old victim Martin Richard.