Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders is still feeling the burn after his "ghetto" remark.
African-American voters expect their presidential candidate to at least talk about the issues that face our community. Unfortunately, we are not hearing much from Democratic presidential candidates, and absolutely nothing of substance from the Republican candidates. If the African-American vote is so precious and sought after, why aren’t presidential candidates using these issues as an opportunity to connect with […]
Who’s feeling the BERN? Well, heading into the presidential primary in Virginia according to the latest Christopher Newport University survey, Bernie Sanders is most- favored over Hillary Clinton but she leads the race by 52-percent. Get ready for Super Tuesday, March 1, 2016. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is holding a rally at the Norfolk […]
Wednesday on NewsOne Now, Roland Martin and an expert panel of guests discussed the current state of the race for the White House and the candidates' outreach to Black voters.
Coates explains that he took issue with Hillary Clinton's connections to Wall Street as well as her past involvement with criminal justice reform that has disproportionately hurt Black Americans.
Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders clashed Thursday on issues of race and immigration at the most recent debate as the race heads to South Carolina, where voters of color are key to winning next week's primary race.
As candidates make their final push for tonight's primary, Roland Martin and the NewsOne Now panel dissected the current state of the race and how candidates are trying to distinguish themselves from this year's crop of White House hopefuls.
Presidential hopefuls Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders battled it out on Thursday during MSNBC's Democratic Candidates Debate in Durham, New Hampshire.
President Barack Obama and Democratic presidential candidate and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders are scheduled to meet Wednesday at the White House for an informal discussion ahead of key early races in Iowa and New Hampshire.
In an episode of POLITICO's "Off Message" podcast, President Barack Obama speaks extensively about the additional challenges that Hillary Clinton faces as a female candidate and his frustration with the Republicans' angry, warmongering rhetoric.
Cornel West praised Sanders and compared his efforts for the Black community to MLK. He even called him "Brother Bernie" during the discussion.