Deputy Chief

Michael Kranish

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.

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REPORTER’S NOTEBOOK

How a story about Richmond’s past came to be

By , Globe Staff

The legacy of slavery and the Confederacy is still passionately felt 150 years after the end of the Civil War.

Divided Nation

Richmond split over Confederate history

By , Globe Staff

In the capital of the Confederacy, calls are rising to properly memorialize the slave trade.

Warren decries stock buybacks, high CEO pay

By , Globe Staff

Senator Warren called on the SEC to launch an examination of rules that allow US firms to buy back billions of dollars of their own stock.

Divided Nation

Feast for investors sells workers short

By , Globe Staff

As US companies spend billions repurchasing shares, their employees and the economy may pay the price.