With just over 81 days left until Election Day, details of the plans Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have for the nation begin to trickle out. During a trip to the battleground state of Ohio, Clinton unveiled the details of her economic plan, which included the following points: Break Through Washington Gridlock to Make the Boldest Investment […]
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The Red Cross is calling the flooding, the worst U.S. disaster since Hurricane Sandy in 2012, with damage costing at least $30 million.
Donald Trump announces a new campaign leadership team. This comes as his poll numbers plummet.
New polls suggest a strong lead in the key states for Hillary Clinton. A new Quinnipiac University poll shows that Clinton surges ahead of GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump in Colorado, Iowa, and Virginia.
Notable ESPN broadcaster John Saunders passed away at his house in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York on Wednesday.
CNN anchor Don Lemon is usually on the receiving end of social media snark because of comments he makes about race. But on Tuesday night, he was the one delivering sharp commentary while interviewing a supporter of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, who intimated that “Second Amendment people” might be able to stop Hillary Clinton if she […]
The Black press, one of the most important aspects of the media in America, is tasked with asking the tough questions and holding the powers that be accountable not only for their actions, but for the words they use and their intent as it relates to the Black community. The Black press has come under fire […]
Gymnast Gabby Douglas is facing a major setback at the 2016 Rio Olympics. According to reports, Douglas won’t be advancing to the all-around finals. Even though Douglas finished with the third highest score in the Olympic qualifiers on Sunday, only two people per country can compete in the all-around finals, preventing her from defending her […]
Clinton accepted the invitation from leadership in both organizations who have a storied history of inviting past presidential candidates.
With the 2016 presidential election just around the corner, Roland Martin and NewsOne Now examined a survey that focused on the intersection of race and police community relations with the hope of gaining some insight into what is driving opposing sides away from a normalized co-existence. One question that resonated with those surveyed and with those who […]