Deputy News Editor
Cynthia Needham is an editor on the Express Desk, the Boston Globe’s digital news arm. We write the stories you’ll be talking about today and we publish them fast, so you don’t have to wait for news.
Since joining the Globe in 2010, she spent four years as political editor, overseeing coverage of the State House, elections, and Massachusetts politics. She later became an editor on the Business desk, focusing on consumer issues and Boston’s power players. Prior to joining the Globe, she worked as a political reporter for The Providence Journal. She graduated from Bowdoin College and Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism.
, Globe Staff
A day after Trump proposed arming some teachers, Kennedy was unequivocal in rejecting the idea.
By Christina Prignano and Cynthia Needham , Globe Staff
Millions of “Today” show viewers awoke Wednesday morning to news that longtime anchor Matt Lauer had been fired by NBC.
By Cynthia Needham and Christina Prignano , Globe Staff
In issuing his guilty verdict, the judge in the Michelle Carter case referred to two prior criminal cases as precedence for his involuntary manslaughter ruling.
By Annie Linskey, Matt Viser and Cynthia Needham , Globe Staff
Among the most riveting of eyewitness accounts of Wednesday’s shooting came from Senator Jeff Flake and Representative Mo Brooks.