Brian McGrory is the editor of The Boston Globe. He served as a metro columnist, White House correspondent, and metro editor at The Globe before being appointed editor in 2012. He is a native Bostonian whose first newspaper job was as a reporter with the Patriot-Ledger in Quincy, MA. In 1985, he moved to the New Haven Register as a reporter, and later became the newspaper’s first Washington correspondent. He joined The Globe in 1989 as a suburban reporter. He covered Boston politics and worked as the national reporter before moving to the Washington Bureau as the Globe’s White House correspondent to cover Bill Clinton’s reelection campaign against Bob Dole, and then Clinton’s second term. Brian moved back to Boston as a Metro columnist in 1998. In 2007, he became the paper’s deputy managing editor for local news. The Globe was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Reporting in 2014 for its coverage of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings, and for Feature Photography in 2016 for its report on rural poverty. The Globe has won Pulitzer Prizes for editorial writing and commentary over that same span, and has been a finalist 10 other times over the past six years.