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“I screamed,” the victim testified. “I was pretty upset. I felt really bad. A little bit betrayed and confused at the same time. It was terrible — a pain I’ve never felt, " the victim said in court.

The result of this cross-section of crime and meteorological data equated to an "estimated 2.2 percent higher prevalence of violent crime when a neighborhood is on 'the downwind side'" of major roads and/or expressways.

Over the course of the last seven years African American wealth has been decimated as a result of the foreclosure crisis in the United States.…

In a recent editorial, Washington Post columnist Dana Milbank  called President Barack Obama the “Pariah President”. This past weekend during a rally for Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown,…

Former Washington Post and Wall Street Journal reporter Ronald Kessler wrote an article in Politico Magazine about Secret Service security concerns that has raised a…

Roland Martin, host of “NewsOne Now;” Lauren Victoria Burke, Managing Editor of Politic365.com; Kevin Martin from Project 21 and communications strategist, Michelle Hudgins discussed the ongoing issues…

The Wonkblog over at the Washington Post has a pretty interesting write-up of new research from the Public Religion Research Institute. In a study of race and friendship, PRRI found that…

On Thursday, “Washington Post’s” Wesley Lowery shared the harrowing details of his arrest in Ferguson Mo. with Roland Martin and the “NewsOne Now” panel. Lowery…

It was to be expected that many editorial pages across the country might give teases of an online Klan rally in the wake of George…

Gawker noticed this peculiar error on the Washington Post’s website yesterday. While this unintentional comedy was ultimately harmless, for some Obama haters the idea that he’s a secret Black radical who’s indistinguishable from Malcolm X (politically, anyway) probably isn’t too far off from what they really believe. – NewsOne Staff