NewsOne Now cameras were on hand at the taping of this year’s Stellar Awards in Las Vegas where we caught up with Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton who was visiting the state for the Nevada Democratic Caucuses.
New Hampshire voters will make their choice in the first-in-the-nation primary election Tuesday in an effort to narrow the field of presidential candidates for the 2016 race.
Benjamin Crump, president of the National Bar Association and the civil rights attorney who represented the families of slain Black teens Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown, is scheduled to endorse Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, reports BuzzFeed.
Just minutes before the deadline to enter Baltimore’s mayoral race approached, prominent Black Lives Matter activist DeRay Mckesson on Wednesday jumped into the contest in hopes of becoming the city’s 50th mayor.
After all of the political excitement this election season, including the dizzying and ceaseless Donald Trump Show, we will finally know the names of the winners of the Iowa Caucuses after the polls close at 10 PM CT on Monday.
The stakes have never been higher, proving on the 43rd anniversary of Roe V. Wade, the more things change, the more they stay the same.
Lawyers representing beleaguered Congressman Chaka Fattah in a racketeering indictment have asked a judge to remove them from the case, saying they have not been paid, according to CBS Philadelphia.
Ted Cruz is facing tough questions about a failure to disclose loans obtained during his 2012 Senate run, “a potential violation of federal election rules,” reports CNN.
President Barack Obama delivers his final State of the Union Address Tuesday night.
PBS host Tavis Smiley told Megyn Kelly that the president has essentially failed Black Americans, seizing the moment to tout his new book, “The Covenant With Black America: Ten Years Later.”