The Breakfast Club is on a roll when it comes to giving platforms to people undeserving of them.
How can a person who commits murder or rapes a child receive lesser time than an individual who is charged with a low-level drug offense?
Scores of protesters walked 6 miles to spread awareness about police misconduct and the negative impact it has on our nation.
Shaka Senghor's extraordinary story does not have to be the only one of its kind.
About a dozen Black NYPD officers filed a lawsuit against their department claiming they were pressured to implement racism in their practices.
Known for his hip-hop roots and philanthropic efforts, Russell Simmons has vowed to helped the thousands in Flint, Michigan affected by the water crisis.
Simmons, who will appear on NewsOne Now with Roland Martin Thursday morning to discuss his decision to blast his friend, took to the entertainment website GlobalGrind.com to urge Trump to "stop the bullsh*t."
Dear Donald, Over 30 plus years you have been an amazing friend; endorsing my books, coming to my shows, flying me on your planes, your helicopters, and even allowing my family members and myself to stay in your house in Florida many times. So, it kinda pains me to know that my public statements about […]
When we were growing up in Hollis, Queens in the '70s, there was not a single person who wasn't affected by the drug epidemic that began to ravage our community.
Russell Simmons, the creator of the pre-paid Visa card, has been relentlessly persistent in assuring customers that he would do "whatever it takes" to fix the problem.