Columnist

Kevin Cullen

To quote Johnny Cash, I’ve been everywhere, man. Worked as a local, national and foreign correspondent before becoming a columnist. Served as bureau chief in Dublin then London. Did a few stints on The Spotlight Team, and was part of the team that won the Pulitzer Prize in Public Service in 2003 for exposing the coverup of sexual abuse by Roman Catholic priests. In 2014, won the Mike Royko Award as best columnist chosen by the American Society of Newspaper Editors, part of the team awarded the Pulitzer for breaking news for coverage of the Boston Marathon bombings, and was Pulitzer finalist in commentary. The only two-time winner of ASNE’s Batten Medal for writing about the marginalized. Co-author of the New York Times bestseller, “Whitey Bulger,” a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award. I thought Harvard had standards until they gave me a Nieman Fellowship.

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A veteran steps aside; now more may step forward

By , Globe Staff

Kander’s struggle — and his candor about it — is a necessary reminder of something often lost as the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan fade in the rear-view mirror of public consciousness.

Boston was once one of the great boxing towns in America. Could it be again?

By , Globe Staff

Is Boston prepared to resume its embrace of a blood sport that is fighting for its life, and for relevance, in these times?

At rape crisis center, empathy for Kavanaugh’s accuser

By , Globe Staff

Like so many other Americans on Thursday, staff at the Boston Area Rape Crisis center took time out of their busy workday to watch Christine Blasey Ford testify before a Senate committee.

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What’s a little rain when you’ve survived war?

By , Globe Columnist

Army veterans Tom Davis and Alfredo “Freddie” De Los Santos, who each lost a leg in combat, finished first and second in the handcycle division.