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Hours after Hillary Clinton declared her bid for the presidency, Senator Marco Rubio announced he would be throwing his name in the hat for the…

Sheryl Underwood sat down with Roland Martin, host of “NewsOne Now” for an exclusive interview covering HBCUs, CBS’s “The Talk” and Republican politics. Underwood who also…

Rev. James Meeks joined Roland Martin on “NewsOne Now” to discuss why he and a group of Black pastors in Chicago backed Republican gubernatorial candidate…

Roland Martin and the “NewsOne Now” Straight talk panel (Lauren Victoria Burke, Angela Rye, J. Hogan Gidley, Tara Wall and Dr. Jason Johnson) take a…

Roland Martin, host of “NewsOne Now” says no matter who won in the 2014 midterm elections don’t sit on your behind get involved, get engaged…

A special election investigation by Al Jazeera America and journalist Greg Palast uncovered a series of Republican lead anti-voter fraud actions that may be targeting…

Amazingly, a new poll shows that likely voters would prefer a Republican controlled Congress over a Democratic one. The Wall Street Journal/Annenberg Poll found that…

What’s your relationship “deal breaker”?  For some it’s height,  income, or how and where you worship.  But could you date someone with political beliefs radically…

In what was easily the most bizarre moment of the Republican National Convention, veteran actor/director Clint Eastwood delivered a largely incoherent, rambling speech that was supp0sed to be an endorsement of Mitt Romney. Instead,Eastwood mainly argued with an empty stool, which was supposed to be President Obama. Watch Eastwood’s speech below: SOURCE RELATED: Register To […]

Former Gov. Roy Barnes successfully completed the first step of his political redemption tour Tuesday, handily winning the Democratic nomination for his old job. Now Barnes can raise money and bide his time, waiting for Republican voters to decide in the Aug. 10 runoff whom he will face in November.

Scott Brown, a little-known Republican state senator, rode a growing sense of unease among independent voters to an extraordinary upset Tuesday night when he was elected to fill the Senate seat that was long held by Edward M. Kennedy in the overwhelmingly Democratic state of Massachusetts.