Assistant Washington Editor
Michael Kranish is deputy chief of the Boston Globe’s Washington bureau. Kranish has covered national politics, the White House, and Congress. He co-authored the Globe’s biography of Senator John F. Kerry and authored a book about Thomas Jefferson.
By Michael Kranish , Globe Staff
A look inside an industry of distortion, where unnamed corporations pay richly to bend the debate their way.
By Bryan Bender, Peter Schworm, Michael Kranish and Matt Viser , Globe Staff
The Boston Regional Intelligence Center and the Commonwealth Fusion Center were never informed that FBI agents had looked at Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s activities.
By Michael Kranish, Bryan Bender, Sean P. Murphy and Noah Bierman , Globe Staff
Tamerlan Tsarnaev was named on two government watch lists, raising questions about whether a communications breakdown allowed the bomb plot to go undetected.
By Tracy Jan and Michael Kranish , Globe Staff
Conservative Republicans feel that the alleged participation of ethnic Chechen brothers in the Marathon attack shows the need for slowing down or halting the bill.