Voters in 15 states and one U.S. territory on Super Tuesday delivered several key victories for Black candidates - and one significant loss - up and down the ballots. The post Super Tuesday Takeaways For The Culture: Black Candidates Rise, Fall As General Elections Take Shape appeared first on NewsOne.

In Columbia, South Carolina, former President Donald Trump made a bold claim, suggesting that Black people support him because they empathize with the discrimination he alleges to have faced in the legal system. Text “RICKEY” to 71007 to join the Rickey Smiley Morning Show mobile club for exclusive news. (Terms and conditions). Trump expressed, “I got indicted a […]


After making strides at Howard University by advocating for better campus conditions, then rallying on a Texas bus tour to build voting power ahead of the primary election, Black Voters Matter will set off next to honor the 57th anniversary of "Bloody Sunday" by reenacting the journey on a weeklong march.


MSNBC's interview with a Black voter in Detriot was going viral after he addressed the acts of voter intimidation by Trump supporters looking to stop ballots from being counted in Michigan's election.


Exit polling data was painting a broad picture of the election's results and the role that Black voters, in particular, were playing in it.


During a stop in Grand Rapids, Michigan on Friday, Trump thanked African Americans for “coming through for him big league” during the November election.

Plus, the National Museum of African-American History overwhelmed with visitors and hundreds of HBCU students march to the polls to urge people to vote.

Hillary Clinton is set to meet with prominent Black Lives Matter activists, including DeRay Mckesson and Brittany Packnett.

The reality star declined to speak at the NAACP and the National Association of Black Journalist's annual conference, but thinks he can still reach everyday African-Americans.

During one of the most open discussions yet about race among Democratic presidential candidates, front-runner Hillary Clinton delivered a heartfelt answer to a Black woman's question about how she would tackle institutional racism in post-Ferguson America.