Assistant Managing Editor

Christopher Rowland

Rowland is the Washington bureau chief. He also has served as Metro political editor and as a healthcare reporter on the Business desk. He joined the paper in January of 2001 after spending 12 years as a local and state political writer at the Providence Journal in Rhode Island.

Latest stories

Pentagon sees space as next frontier

By , Globe Staff

The US is perched on the edge of a new era in space militarization, and a new administration is eager to engage in a high-tech arms race.

Everyone wants to kill generic drug loophole — except drug makers and some GOP leaders

By , Globe Staff

The pharmaceutical industry is successfully fighting back efforts to end a loophole that costs taxpayers and consumers billions of dollars a year.

Senators scrutinize Trump’s power to launch nuclear strike

By Julia Jacobs , Globe Correspondent

Jitters over President Trump’s proposals to beef up America’s atomic arsenal and his repeated Twitter threats about attacking North Korea have spread to Congress.

Elizabeth Warren describes sexual harassment in early teaching job

By Julia Jacobs , Globe Correspondent

In a television appearance Sunday morning, the Massachusetts senator joined other prominent women who have spoken out about being harassed or abused.