Patricia Wen

Wen writes mostly about social service, family and health issues. She has twice been a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, once for feature writing and also as part of a team for national reporting. A Harvard graduate, Wen has also twice won the Casey Medal for coverage of children and family issues.

Latest stories

A friend no more, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev took part of their souls

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In the 22 months since the Marathon bombings, the loyalty of Tsarnaev’s former friends from high school has disappeared.

Lawyers hunt too-eager Tsarnaev jurors

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Attorneys are watching for those trying too hard to get on the panel in one of the most watched cases in Boston history.

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev case jury is slow to form

By and , Globe Staff

The selection of a jury for a death penalty trial could take a month, if not longer.

Hundreds get an introduction to Tsarnaev

By and , Globe Staff

The judge plans to have 12 jurors and six alternates in place so that the case can begin “in proper” on Jan. 26.