News editor

Christina Prignano

As a news editor on the Boston Globe’s website, Christina Prignano oversees updates to the homepage of bostonglobe.com and also coordinate digital breaking news coverage. Before becoming a news editor in 2016, she worked as a web producer focusing on breaking news and politics. She joined the Globe in 2012 from MassINC and CommonWealth magazine.

Latest stories

The eclipse arrived, and Internet users joked about it

By , Globe staff

The occurance of the phenomenon during the social media age was ripe for Internet humor, and users delivered.

Street closures and parking restrictions for the Boston rallies

By , Globe staff

Public safety officials are instituting a number of street closures and parking bans on Saturday ahead of the “free speech” rally and counter demonstrations.

Romney calls for Trump to apologize after Charlottesville comments

By , Globe staff

“He should address the American people, acknowledge that he was wrong, apologize,” Mitt Romney said.

Removing Confederate monuments is ‘foolish,’ Trump says

By Julie Bykowicz and Jonathan Lemire , Associated Press

President Donald Trump expressed disappointment on Thursday that “beautiful” statues of Confederate leaders were being removed.