Roland Martin and an expert panel of guests dissect the second presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
"When she gets knocked down, she doesn’t complain. She doesn’t cry foul," Michelle Obama said while incredulously tapping her microphone.
Roland Martin and NewsOne Now were on hand to chronicle the historic moment, and spoke with a number of dignitaries, as well as celebrities, who came from all over the country to experience the venue directly after the dedication ceremony ended.
Day two of the DNC will be unprecedented as Bill Clinton takes the stage in support of his wife, candidate Hillary Clinton, while the Black mothers of recent shooting victims tell their story of grief and resilience in an effort to enforce gun control.
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 […]
https://www.facebook.com/wonderwomb/videos/496009467259979/?pnref=story Ahead of Hillary Clinton‘s sweeping and historic primary win, Bill Clinton faced a tough critic on the campaign trail who condemned his 1994 Crime Bill, which he signed into law as president. While the former president and his wife, who on Tuesday declared herself the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, enjoy the support of African-American voters, […]
The President and First Lady wrote a letter that will be given to Ali's family by White House Senior Advisor, Valerie Jarrett.
When it comes to Bill and Hillary Clinton, conspiracy theories abound simply because of the family’s ability to endure scandal after scandal. How else could they survive if it weren’t for a dollop of deceit, murder, and greed? NewsOne has gathered five Clinton conspiracies that were unproven and denied, yet live on because…the internet. Many have resurfaced […]
"So I did something yesterday in Philadelphia. I almost want to apologize for it, but I want to use it as an example of the danger threatening our country," Clinton said.
Sen. Bernie Sanders said Sunday that Hillary Clinton's use of the term "super-predators," said while the then-first lady was supporting the legislation, was used in reference to young black individuals.
Stumping for HRC at an event in Philadelphia, the Former President had a testy exchange with protestors. It didn't go well to say the least.