Lauren Victoria Burke

Republicans are coming apart at the seams as Donald Trump declares war on the party.

Roland Martin and NewsOne Now discuss Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's remarks regarding race, policing, and healing the racial divide.

Longtime journalist and champion of the Black press, George Curry, passed away on Saturday of a heart attack in Maryland at the age of 69.

Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump won their party’s respective primary contests Tuesday night in Indiana. Trump’s win forced Ted Cruz to announce he will be suspending his campaign for the Republican Party’s presidential nomination. Here’s a look at the latest Republican delegate count: Donald Trump: 1053 delegates Ted Cruz: 572 delegates John Kasich: 156 delegates 1,237 delegates are needed […]

As NewsOne reported Tuesday, after losing his home state of Florida, Sen. Marco Rubio decided to suspend his campaign. Republican front-runner Donald Trump won primary elections in Florida, Illinois, and North Carolina, but suffered a huge loss in Ohio to Governor John Kasich.

Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders met face-to-face in Flint, Michigan for a presidential debate this weekend, and the two candidates clearly attempted to separate themselves from one another. During Sunday night’s debate, both of the Democratic candidates seemed to accomplish what they set out to do. NewsOne Now panelist Lauren Victoria Burke said […]

It seem as though the Democratic presidential candidates as well as the Democratic National Committee are missing a few of the pressing topics affecting the Black community today.

Roland Martin and the NewsOne Now panel discuss President Barack Obama's final State of the Union address, why Republicans are unwilling to act on voting rights legislation, and issues with minority voters.

The Supreme Court heard arguments in the case of Evenwel v. Abbott, in which two Texas voters are challenging the current practice of using the total population to create voting districts and not the number of eligible voters.

Polling results from 2008 and 2012 presidential elections show that Black women comprise the most powerful voting block in America.