Assistant Managing Editor

Christopher Rowland

Rowland is the Washington bureau chief. He also has served as Metro political editor and as a healthcare reporter on the Business desk. He joined the paper in January of 2001 after spending 12 years as a local and state political writer at the Providence Journal in Rhode Island.

Latest stories

Is President Trump setting the stage for a new nuclear arms race?

By , Globe Staff

Critics say the Pentagon’s plan for an air-launched nuclear cruise missile makes the unimaginable more likely.

How can the government get to the bottom of the Trump-Comey situation?

By Globe Staff ,

All the ways Washington can investigate a sitting president.


‘Nixon speed-dating’ with Donald Trump

By John Aloysius Farrell , Globe Correspondent

It took Nixon five years and six months to get to the “Saturday Night Massacre.” It took Trump little more than 100 days.

Harvard ramps up lobbying as Trump is seen as threat

By , Globe Staff

Harvard president Drew Faust is visiting Washington to make the case to members of Congress about changes that could affect the university.