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Christina Prignano

As a news editor on the Boston Globe’s website, Christina Prignano oversees updates to the homepage of and also coordinates 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.

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Trump lawyer reportedly arranged $130,000 payment to adult film star to keep encounter quiet

By , Globe staff

The woman, Stephanie Clifford, reportedly signed a nondisclosure agreement in October 2016 after the payment arranged by Michael Cohen.

Celtics legend Bill Russell speaks out on Trump’s epithet

By , Globe staff

Russell, long an outspoken advocate for civil rights, said on Twitter that the Africans who first arrived on US shores were brought here against their will.

Senator Durbin, who was in the room with Trump, says president said ‘racist’ things

By Jill Colvin and Alan Fram , Associated Press

Senator Dick Durbin issued a withering rebuke to denials by President Trump that he called certain African countries an offensive epithet.

Trump calls for end to Russia investigation, blasts Dianne Feinstein in new tweets

By , Globe staff

In the tweet, President Trump again calls the investigation “the single greatest Witch Hunt in American history.”