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

Elizabeth Warren raises concerns about Army secretary nominee

By , Globe Staff

Elizabeth Warren said nominee Mark Esper’s work as chief lobbyist at Waltham-based Raytheon raises questions about his fitness to lead the Army.

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.