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How will the balance of power be affected after Donald Trump's election?
In the aftermath of Trump's win, Roland Martin and his panel of guests discussed what is next for Black America.
If elected president, will Hillary Clinton face an anti-woman backlash similar to the racist backlash Pres. Obama faced?
The GOP continues to double down on their attempts to suppress the Black vote.
Join Roland Martin for six hours of live election night coverage tonight starting at 7PM/6c on TV One.
Roland Martin spoke with Hillary Clinton about the importance of the 2016 election and why she feels the stakes are…
Author Cornell Belcher declares that the rise of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump "was a predictable backlash from America electing…
The Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies has released a new poll on Black voter enthusiasm with just five…
Roland Martin and NewsOne Now discuss how America would look if Donald Trump wins the presidential election.
The vice presidential hopeful addressed Donald Trump's claims of a rigged election, calling Trump's antics "insulting."
Twelve Springfield police officers are under investigation for beating four unarmed African-American men in April of 2015.
Dr. Steve Perry questions the motives of the NAACP's Board of Directors in calling for a moratorium on charter school…
Breast cancer rates among African-American women under the age of 35 are two times higher than White women under age…
One issue not being addressed during the presidential debates by either Trump or Clinton is what needs to be done…
One issue both candidates failed to properly address deals with the existence of racism, implicit bias, and policing.
With the election about a month away, Clinton is talking to Black men about jobs, family, and social justice.
Mayor Kasim Reed believes Georgia can turn from Red to Blue if Democrats allocate resources in the Peach State.
Roland Martin offered a little advice for millennial voters who are unenthusiastic about this year's presidential election.
Millions of dollars are heading to Flint, now that Congress has finally agreed to funnel funds into the city.
During last night's presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, Clinton hammered the businessman-turned-politician about his taxes.