Assistant Metro Editor

Martin Finucane

Finucane, who has worked at the Globe for six years, previously worked in the Boston bureau of the Associated Press for 12 years.

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Problems from smoking can be passed down through generations, new research suggests

By , Globe Staff

New research suggests that fathers who smoke may be causing cognitive deficits in their children and even their grandchildren because of changes in their sperm.

Smoking is rampant in hiphop videos and that could be a public health problem

By , Globe Staff

Many hiphop videos contain depictions of tobacco or marijuana smoking or vaping, according to a study that raises questions about the videos’ impact on young people.

Here’s why we should care about the Khashoggi case

By , Globe Staff

The disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi might seem to have little to do with the average American. Here’s why one diplomatic expert says the situation matters a lot.

What you need to know about the Jamal Khashoggi case and the man who vanished

By , Globe Staff

Here’s a brief summary of what you need to know about the journalist who Turkish officials fear was murdered in Istanbul.