Election Day is Tuesday, November 6 2012 and Virginia is declared a battleground state. If a candidate wins Virginia they are likely to win an…

On Friday, September 21, 2012, President Obama will host a grassroots event in Woodbridge, Virginia. The event will be held at the G. Richard Pfitzner…

Governor Writes: “I remain very concerned about the affordability of post-secondary education for the young people of Virginia…..I need your leadership now in holding down in-state tuition and fee increases.” RICHMOND – Following General Assembly passage of a biennial budget that provides over $230 million in new funding for Virginia’s higher education system, Governor Bob […]

With Rick Santorum out of the GOP race, Mitt Romney took the vote in District of Columbia, Maryland, and Wisconsin.  Even though Rick Santorum has removed himself from race, he still wants a republican to win the general election. Santorum states, “I know there will always be complaints about, well, ‘I don’t like this candidate […]

Terence “Terry” McAuliffe is a successful businessman, political donor and politician.  He grew up in Syracuse, New York where he started his first business at the age of 14, McAuliffe Driveway Maintenance.  He sealed local driveways and parking lots. McAuliffe resides in Mclean, Virginia with his wife and family. McAuliffe served as the 49th chairman […]

Today is the 50th birthday of the President of the United States, Barack Obama. Here at NewsOne we decided to provide you with 50 things on his 50 birthday that you may not know about our president. This birthday couldn’t have come at a better time for the president with criticisms being launched at him […]


President Obama Praying By David Jackson, USA TODAY  The survey “shows a general uncertainty and confusion about the president’s religion,” said Alan Cooperman, associate director of research with the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life.   The survey of 3,003 adults was taken July 21-Aug. 5, before Obama endorsed a Muslim group’s right to […]

Via: CSPAN.com President Obama said Wednesday night that leaders in Washington face a “deficit of trust,” as he used his first State of the Union address to try to restore public confidence in his administration and to convince the American people that he is intensely focused on the issues that concern them most: jobs and […]

Via: BlackAmericaWeb.com “There are times when the words that are spoken about me hurt. There are times when the barbs sting. There are times when it feels like all these efforts are for naught, and change is so painfully slow in coming, and I have to confront my own doubts. But let me tell you […]