Mother Jones

Mother Jones


Smart, fearless journalism. Reader-supported since 1976. Thank you for making our work possible!

857724 followers  •  244 follow  •    •   http://www.motherjones.com

The defeat of Roe was made possible by cutting corners and seizing every advantage in an undemocratic system—it was a redistribution of power bordering on theft.

Are the Jan. 6 hearings really changing hearts and minds?

So much for separation of church and state, I guess.

WELP! Bad news for Trump's fledgling media empire.

We’re in the midst of a national primate shortage. As a result, researchers say they are “recycling” animals more often, importing younger monkeys, going to further lengths to obtain them, and paying as much as $20,000 per monkey.

This is what the first days of a post-Roe America look like on the ground.

On Friday, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the government’s plan to transfer Oak Flat to Resolution Copper does not pose a "substantial burden" on the Apaches’ religious practice. Apache Stronghold plans to appeal to the Supreme Court.

Loading
Loading

Some protesters, news crews, and medics in Minneapolis found themselves stranded after recent protests: The tires of their cars had been slashed. Many assumed protesters were to blame. But videos reveal a different culprit: the police.

SCOOP: In a pre-election video just uncovered by Mother Jones, Republican Marjorie Taylor Greene is seen endorsing political violence. “The only way you get your freedoms back is it’s earned with the price of blood," she says. More here:

BREAKING NEWS: The massage parlor owner peddling access to Trump and his family is an officer of two groups with ties to China’s communist government

ICE just quietly opened three new detention centers, after Congress told it not to

@StarTribune  . identified these officers as state troopers and deputies from Anoka County Sheriff's office. They were following directions to puncture tires from the state-led command center. Read more:

The Trump campaign is accused of laundering $170 million

Loading
Loading