Jonathan Saltzman is a member of the Globe’s Spotlight Team. He has more than two decades of journalism experience. He previously worked for WBUR and WRNI, the NPR stations in Massachusetts and Rhode Island. Before that, he was a reporter at the Providence Journal.
By Todd Wallack, Jenn Abelson and Jonathan Saltzman , Globe Staff
Lawmakers in every New England state are pursuing legislation to make it easier to punish educators who sexually abuse students.
By Todd Wallack, Jonathan Saltzman and Jenn Abelson , Globe Staff
Laura and Antonio Siracusa were shocked to learn police could do nothing when a teacher allegedly had sex with their 17-year-old daughter.
By Jonathan Saltzman , Globe Staff
Edward Tutunjian must pay one-quarter of his gross income to the Coolidge House during the next 18 months, a federal judge ruled.
By Jonathan Saltzman and Jenn Abelson , Globe Staff
Controversy over surgeons “running two rooms” has roiled Massachusetts General Hospital and spurred a national debate.