Civil rights activists fear the outcome of a DOJ probe into Freddie Gray’s case under the Trump administration.
The U.S. Senate approved a budget resolution that would allow Republicans to swiftly reform the Affordable Care Act.
Rev. William Barber and NewsOne Now panelist Kristin Clarke explain why Jeff Sessions is unfit to be the nation's next Attorney General.
After all of Michelle Obama's hard work to encourage healthier lifestyles, the future of her initiatives looks uncertain under a Trump presidency.
North Carolina Democratic Senate candidate Deborah Ross spoke with Roland Martin during a special Tom Joyner Morning Show / NewsOne Now simulcast about her campaign to win a Senate seat.
Attorney General Loretta Lynch is on a 12-city Community Policing tour in conjunction with President Obama’s Presidential Proclamation that designates the week of Oct. 2-8, 2016 as National Community Policing Week. She talks to the Tom Joyner Morning Show’s political panel Jacque Reid, Roland Martin and Shaun King about the number of cases of unarmed black men […]
Civil rights groups sent a letter to the DOJ demanding police departments be penalized for failing to report deaths in custody.
Attorney General Loretta Lynch announced that the DOJ will not prosecute Hillary Clinton. The Republicans are furious.
Former television judge Joe Brown has been banned from practicing law in the state of Tennessee. The state Supreme Court ordered that Brown be placed on an inactive status that would prevent him from overseeing legal matters. According to reports, Brown is battling type II diabetes and is suffering from the “effects of prescribed medication […]
A day before voters head to polls in pivotal Super Tuesday primary races in certain states around the nation, Republican candidates continued to pummel each other in an effort to win votes.
istory-making occasions are rarely recognized until they end up in the textbooks. As we face some of the most challenging and monumental events within Black culture today, there are plenty of moments that have made their mark on America.
According to data pulled from the census, 76 percent of the city’s African-American population would have to relocate in order for Chicago to be completely integrated.