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Watch highlights from Roland Martin and NewsOne Now's unprecedented six hours of election night coverage on TV One.

New national Black poll quantifies the political pulse of the African-American electorate ahead of the 2016 presidential election.

New national Black poll quantifies the political pulse of the African-American electorate ahead of the 2016 presidential election.

The US Labor Department found weekly earnings rose by nearly ten percent for full-time Black workers in the third quarter of this year--the fastest rate of growth since 2000.

With the election just weeks away, Priorities USA, a group supporting Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, is rolling out a new radio ad specifically targeting African-American voters.

With the election about a month away, Clinton is talking to Black men about jobs, family, and social justice.

Roland Martin and NewsOne Now dissected the latest presidential polling numbers ahead of the first presidential debate.

Rep. Jeffries dissected the history of Africans in America and the Black experience in the United States.

Roland Martin delivered a blistering rebuttal to Bill O'Reilly, who continues to criticize NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

Donald Trump’s recent interest in African-American voters has produced a backlash condemning the politicians for his offensive and condescending comments. To make matters worse, Trump has been addressing predominantly White audiences when speaking to the Black community. Well, Trump’s campaign announced on Monday that the GOP presidential nominee will make his first appearance before a predominantly Black […]

NewsOne spoke with Christina Greer, a professor of political science at Fordham University, about how Democrats performed overall at the convention and particularly on two key issues facing African-Americans: Women's empowerment, and police killings and gun violence.

While covering the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, Ohio, Roland Martin and NewsOne Now have given Black Republicans a platform to speak to the show's predominantly African-American audience.