2016 Presidential Election

https://www.facebook.com/hellobeautifulofficial/videos/10154678492508846/ The National Action Network and TV One presented the annual Triumph Awards on TV One last night and encouraged Americans to vote through powerful spoken word performances like Nick Cannon‘s impassioned rap, speeches by the Mothers Of The Movement and more. Keep scrolling for highlights from the show: Pam & Cole Reunite Tichina Arnold […]

The Republican National Committee recently named Ashley Bell the National Committee’s new Director of African-American Political Engagement as part of its attempt to attract Black voters. Bell spoke with Roland Martin during Tuesday’s edition of NewsOne Now about Donald Trump‘s campaign and Republican voter outreach to the African-American community. Bell explained Republicans have a job to do in […]

The singer and drummer extraordinaire stands by Hillary Clinton and believes that Donald Trump's antics have made the political process look like a reality TV show.

The former secretary of state strongly made the case why she deserves to America's next Commander In Chief.

Banner explained why he doesn't trust Republicans or Democrats saying, "You have the Left Wing and the Right Wing, but they're part of the same bird and the same system."

During Wednesday's edition of NewsOne Now, hip-hop artist and activist Jasiri X spoke with Roland Martin about Cannon's "Too Broke To Vote" video that has caused quite a stir on social media and sparked a heated debate over the virtues of voting.

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz both lead their competitors in Tuesday's presidential primary race in Wisconsin, but they may face significant obstacles in the battle for the nomination, which comes in just three months, according to The Associated Press.

Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders will meet for a debate in New York on CNN and NY1 on April 14, just five days before the state's critical primary election, where 291 Democratic delegates are at stake.

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders was left off the ballot for the upcoming Washington, D.C. primary because of a registration error by the district's Democratic Party, but the chairwoman is confident the candidate would appear on the slate, reports CNN Politics.

The activist and scholar told Democracy Now! that America needs politicians who "can speak to all of the issues around racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia."

The activist and scholar told Democracy Now! that America needs politicians who "can speak to all of the issues around racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia."

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders claimed victories in Democratic presidential caucuses Saturday in Washington, Alaska and Hawaii, scooping up key delegates in the primary race against front-runner Hillary Clinton.