John F. Kennedy

Pioneering journalists Alice Dunnigan and Ethel Payne will be posthumously honored by the White House Correspondents’ Association.

New data shows a racial divide when it comes to how historical events are viewed.

When America thinks about some of its greatest newspapers, publications like the New York Times, The Washington Post, and The Wall Street Journal come to mind. But, The Chicago Defender should also be on that list. It was certainly one of the most influential papers of the 20th century.

Dr. Myles Munroe once preached that “the value of life is not in its duration, but in its donation.” You are not important because of how long you live, you are important because of how effective you live. And most people are concerned about growing old rather than being effective. The people who have impacted […]

On the day the nation remembered the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy‘s assassination, former ambassador and civil rights warrior Andrew Young weighed in on his civil rights legacy on NewsOne Now with Roland Martin. The civil rights community was shaken to the core by the slaying of our 35th president, not only because they admired his willingness to […]

Although his family name is synonymous with American political royalty, the 35th President of the United States, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, remains an iconic figure for a variety of memorable achievements over the course his career. As the nation remembers President Kennedy on the 50th anniversary of his November 22 passing, NewsOne takes a look at […]

The three largest mental health providers in the nation are the following jails: Cook County in Illinois, Los Angeles County and Rikers Island in New York. It didn’t have to be this way and it’s not as if past political leaders haven’t tried. This week, USA Today took a look at the Community Mental Health Act,  the last piece […]