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The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in New York will display unpublished writings, manuscripts and photos previously maintained by the Baldwin family.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

Roland Martin and his panel of guests quantified the impact President Obama and his administration had on the nation, as well as how well they handled issues important to African-Americans.

Senate Republicans begin the process to dismantle Obamacare, but have no plan to replace President Barack Obama's signature piece of legislation.

Plans to redraw racially gerrymandered voting districts have been put on hold. Will voters in North Carolina ever receive justice?

Rev. William Barber and NewsOne Now panelist Kristin Clarke explain why Jeff Sessions is unfit to be the nation's next Attorney General.

Fences starring Denzel Washington and Viola Davis premieres in theaters nationwide on Christmas day.

American Banker Magazine has named John Hope Bryant as their 2016 Innovator of the Year for his work educating poor and middle-class Americans on financial matters.

In her new book "What Does it Mean to be White?," Dr. Robin DiAngelo hopes to educate America on race and White privilege.

A bipartisan group of senators is calling for a special select committee with the sole purpose of investigating Russia's cyber-attacks targeting the presidential election.

Today, Donald Trump officially becomes the 45th President of the United States of America if members of the electoral college cast their votes for him.