Wen writes mostly about social service, family and health issues. She has twice been a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, once for feature writing and also as part of a team for national reporting. A Harvard graduate, Wen has also twice won the Casey Medal for coverage of children and family issues.
By Patricia Wen , Globe Staff
Kevan Fagan said he “probably” would have changed his mind if he had known that some victims opposed capital punishment.
By Patricia Wen and John R. Ellement , Globe Staff
Federal prosecutors could still charge Azamat Tazhayakov under other federal laws if a judge tosses the conviction, attoneys said.
By Patricia Wen and Milton J. Valencia , Globe Staff
Panel members are sorting through a 24-page verdict slip meant to help them decide whether the bomber should receive the death penalty.
By Patricia Wen, Kevin Cullen, Milton J. Valencia, Martin Finucane and John R. Ellement , Globe Staff
“What you did to my daughter was disgusting.’’ said Patricia Campbell, mother of victim Krystle Campbell.