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Mark Follman at Mother Jones called the notion chilling, given recent reports that Trump tried to fire Mueller, removed James Comey as the head of the FBI and has let the ... Editor's note: Due to the number of comments on this story that violated our Terms of Service, the comment thread has been removed.
Throughout Donald Trump's first year as president, I've kept a running record of his authoritarian behavior titled “Trumpocracy.” A major component of this now very lengthy document has been his ceaseless attack on the American news media. But although Trump's rants against reporting he dislikes are at ...

I say this as a journalist who built the first open-source database of mass shootings and who has studied and reported in-depth on this phenomenon for the past five years. Along the way I've learned a lot about the problem—including what can help inspire potentially dangerous people to conceive, plan, ...
I say this as a journalist who built the first open-source database of mass shootings and who has studied and reported in-depth on this phenomenon for the past five years. Along the way I've learned a lot about the problem—including what can help inspire potentially dangerous people to conceive, plan, ...
SIEGEL: Mark Follman maintains a database of U.S. mass shootings for Mother Jones, where he's national affairs editor. Mark Follman, thanks for talking with us once again. FOLLMAN: It's good to be with you. A tough week, and my heart goes out to all the people in Las Vegas, but thank you for having me.
In the opening monologue to his late-night TV show on Monday, an emotional Jimmy Kimmel channeled what millions of Americans were thinking about the gun massacre on the Las Vegas Strip that killed at least 58 people and injured nearly 500 others. Kimmel described it as an inexplicable attack by “a ...

In the opening monologue to his late-night TV show on Monday, an emotional Jimmy Kimmel channeled what millions of Americans were thinking about the gun massacre on the Las Vegas Strip that killed at least 58 people and injured nearly 500 others. Kimmel described it as an inexplicable attack by “a ...
Mother Jones editor Mark Follman, who has done a lot of reporting on mass shootings, prefers a very narrow definition that includes shootings in which four or more people are killed and excludes all domestic, gang, and drug violence. And there are even more ways to interpret the definition of a mass ...
On Tuesday, Congress passed a joint resolution condemning the deadly “domestic terrorist attack” and other violence perpetrated in August by far-right extremists in Charlottesville, Virginia. The resolution urged President Donald Trump to reject far-right hate groups and “to use all available resources to ...
On Tuesday, Congress passed a joint resolution condemning the deadly “domestic terrorist attack” and other violence perpetrated in August by far-right extremists in Charlottesville, Virginia. The resolution urged President Donald Trump to reject far-right hate groups and “to use all available resources to ...
When President Donald Trump remarked that “some very fine people” were among the white supremacists who provoked chaos and violence in Charlottesville the second weekend of August, he set off outrage across the political spectrum. According to multiple law enforcement leaders and security experts ...
Editor's note, December 14, 2012: This story on the prevalence of mental-health problems among mass shooters has new relevance in light of the Newtown tragedy. (It has been updated with data from the latest mass killing.) Mass murderer Jared Loughner was sentenced on November 8 to multiple life ...
By now America mostly yawns when Donald Trump declares reporting from the New York Times, CNN, and other top media outlets to be phony. The president of the United States scornfully calling out “fake news” has essentially become normal. And that is exactly the point. As a legion of pundits takes ...
By now America mostly yawns when Donald Trump declares reporting from the New York Times, CNN, and other top media outlets to be phony. The president of the United States scornfully calling out “fake news” has essentially become normal. And that is exactly the point. As a legion of pundits takes ...
Three years ago, in July 2012, journalist Mark Follman heard about the Aurora, Colo., movie theater shooting rampage that left 12 people dead and felt compelled to learn more — not just about that incident, but about all the mass shootings that were occurring in America. Follman, the national affairs editor ...
At Mother Jones, where I work as an editor, we have compiled an in-depth, open-source database covering more than three decades of public mass shootings. By our measure, there have been four “mass shootings” this year, including the one in San Bernardino, and at least 73 such attacks since 1982.
Editor at the progressive-leaning Mother Jones magazine, Mark Follman, said Trump's silence was due to the target of the attack. “In normal ...

When President Donald Trump remarked that “some very fine people” were among the white supremacists who provoked chaos and violence ...
... with an IED would not go unacknowledged by the president of the United States,” Mother Jones National Affairs Editor Mark Follman tweeted.
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Mark Follman, an editor at the progressive-leaning Mother Jones magazine, said Trump's silence was due to the target of the attack. Apparently ...
By now America mostly yawns when Donald Trump declares reporting from the New York Times, CNN, and other top media outlets to be phony ...
Update, May 5, 2017: The Florida legislature passed an amended version similar to the bill described below.
Mark FollmanMar. 7, 2017 11:00 AM ..... Mark Follman. Mark Follman is the national affairs editor at Mother Jones. Contact him with tips or feedback at ...
On Monday, in a case little noticed by the national media, a man went on trial in federal court for plotting a potentially horrific terrorist attack in ...
Fox News has retracted and apologized for three tweets misidentifying the suspect in the massacre at a Quebec City mosque on Sunday night ...
Editor's note: A day after this report, the office of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called for Fox News to correct the erroneous tweets.
By MARK FOLLMAN DEC. ... At Mother Jones, where I work as an editor, we have compiled an in-depth, open-source database covering more ...
Mark Follman tracks gun violence for Mother Jones, where he is the national affairs editor. "You rarely hear any discussion of fully automatic weapons or machine guns," Follman says.
Mark Follman, a journalist who leads an award-winning Mother Jones project that tallies and tracks decades of public mass shootings, wrote in December that America had seen four mass shootings in 2014, not 355.
The latest contribution to the GVP mass shooting discussion comes from Mark Follman, a Mother Jones editor, who has become a major voice in the mass shooting debate since attending the annual conference of the Association of Threat Assessment ...
Mother Jones, which has been tracking mass shootings since 2012, has counted just four mass shootings this year, and a total of 73 since 1982, as Mother Jones editor Mark Follman has noted in The New York Times. In 2014, the FBI released its own count ...
Editor: The Bureau of Land Management is accepting public comments on an environmental assessment issued to correct legal violations of its conduct of the massive 2014 Wyoming checkerboard roundup in which 1,263 federally protected wild horses were ...
Days later, however, Mother Jones editor Mark Follman wrote an op-ed for The New York Times explaining that that statistic, while technically true, is deeply misleading.
Mark Follman, national affairs editor for Mother Jones, has written an article, titled, "Inside the Race to Stop the Next Mass Shooter," in which he explores the life of one killer and discusses efforts to identify and assess threats in advance.
Mother Jones, which has been tracking mass shootings since 2012, has counted just four mass shootings this year, and a total of 73 since 1982, as Mother Jones editor Mark Follman has noted in The New York Times. In 2014, the FBI released its own count ...
It's also not clear how many of those stories - many of them from local outlets, including scant detail - are accurate," Mark Follman writes in the piece. Follman also wrote that Mother Jones tallied four mass shootings this year and 73 such attacks ...
Three years ago, in July 2012, journalist Mark Follman heard about the Aurora, Colo., movie theater shooting rampage that left 12 people dead and felt compelled to learn more - not just about that incident, but about all the mass shootings that were ...
Mother Jones, which has been tracking mass shootings since 2012, has counted just four mass shootings this year, and a total of 73 since 1982, as Mother Jones editor Mark Follman has noted in the New York Times. In 2014, the Federal Bureau of ...
Mother Jones, which has been tracking mass shootings since 2012, has counted just four mass shootings this year, and a total of 73 since 1982, as Mother Jones editor Mark Follman has noted in The New York Times. In 2014, the FBI released its own count ...
Mark Follman, Editor of National Affairs at Mother Jones wrote a take down in The New York Times addressing the leftist media pundits, gun control groups, and actresses like Rose McGowan, who claim that there have actually been 355 mass shootings in ...
Mother Jones, which has been tracking mass shootings since 2012, has counted just four mass shootings this year, and a total of 73 since 1982, as Mother Jones editor Mark Follman has noted in The New York Times. In 2014, the FBI released its own count ...
Mother Jones national affairs editor Mark Follman, on the other hand, writing in the New York Times, favored a hyper-narrow definition that specifically differentiates between violent crime, slaughter in public venues and mass shootings in order to ...
"While all the victims are important, conflating those many other crimes with indiscriminate slaughter in public venues obscures our understanding of this complicated and growing problem," Mark Follman, the national affairs editor at the magazine ...


 

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