Boy bye, the former president had nothing to do with these men's heinous actions.
Charles Payne, who works for Fox News, is facing a lawsuit after the embattled Bill O'Reilly was fired from the network for his sexual harassment scandal.
His firing comes shortly after "The New York Times" reported that the 67-year-old conservative anchor and the network shelled out $13 million in sexual harassment lawsuits launched against him.
This is just another example of glaring ignorance, bigotry, and mansplaining. A true journalist's responsibility is to uncover the facts, not disseminate a watered-down narrative of an inconvenient truth.
Conservative Black minister Bishop E.W. Jackson joined Roland Martin on NewsOne Now to discuss his views about Black Lives Matter and why he considers the movement “demonic.” Bishop Jackson is part of a group of ministers who believe it’s time to revive America’s inner cities. The group, Staying True to America’s National Destiny, or STAND, says President Barack Obama and […]
Over this past weekend, a riot involving 3,000 to 5,000 individuals near the University of California, Berkeley campus resulted in three arrests and one hospitalization. The…
NewsOne Now's Roland Martin said the Fox News host should "shut the hell up" after his vow to put the protest movement out of business. Then he issued a challenge. Tune in to TV One Thursday at ( a.m ET to see the next round.
Activist Erika Totten joined Roland Martin on NewsOne Now to discuss O'Reilly putting the #BlackLivesMatter movement "out of business."
Calling it a "hate group," conservative Fox News host Bill O'Reilly on Monday pledged to dismantle the Black Lives Matter movement.
Obama has opted to join the show because of his concerns with how environmental issues are impacting the area of Alaska.
Republican frontrunner Donald Trump ejected a top Hispanic news anchor from a news conference for, well, trying to ask a question.