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TV One this week premiered the latest show in its True Crime Mondays lineup, #Murder, which examines the connection between social media and murder cases.

After forcing all Obama administration federal prosecutors to resign, President Trump and U.S. Attorney General Sessions have not replaced any of the workers.

A tragic case unfolded in Chicago's Southside neighborhood earlier this month in the fatal shooting of Circuit Court of Cook County Judge Raymond Myles.

The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in New York will display unpublished writings, manuscripts and photos previously maintained by the Baldwin family.

John Legend joined Roland Martin on NewsOne Now last week to discuss his criminal justice reform campaign, #FreeAmerica.

According to author Monique Morris, Black girls make up 16 percent of American school students, but account for over 33 percent of school arrests.

Fallout over Trump's proposed border wall leads to questions over who will finance it: Mexico or the American people?

Could peaceful protests like the Women's March held in Washington, D.C. become a crime?

Efforts to stall the confirmation of Senator Jeff Sessions as the next U.S. Attorney General appear to be working. As a result of the protests against Sessions at various sites around the country and the massive Women’s March, the Sessions confirmation vote by a full committee has been postponed until next week. Cornell W. Brooks, president […]

Donald Trump says he will order a major investigation into his bogus charges of voter fraud.

America's wealth coach Deborah Owens explains how African-Americans can turn their buying power into economic power.

Where is the Democratic opposition to President Trump and Republicans in Washington?