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North Carolina Senator Kay Hagan Discusses Upcoming Election, Barriers At The Voting Box

North Carolina Senator Kay Hagan Discusses Upcoming Election, Barriers At The Voting Box

Roland Martin talks to Senator Kay Hagan about the upcoming North Carolina Senate race. “I think people are so angry that my opponent has put up barriers at the voting box. People are coming in at record numbers to vote and it’s going to backfire on him. They have taken away same day registration and they […]

NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Sellouts, Uncle Toms And Plantation Politics

NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Sellouts, Uncle Toms And Plantation Politics

What’s with Republicans and conservatives referencing plantations and slavery with they are trying to attract Black voters away from Democrats? Do they really think African Americans will flock to their side of the political spectrum as a result of these types of comments? And what is a sellout or an Uncle Tom? Roland Martin opens […]

NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: The Uber, Lyft, Taxi Cab Driver Battle Royal

NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: The Uber, Lyft, Taxi Cab Driver Battle Royal

There is a war going on between Uber, Lyft and taxi drivers. Uber and Lyft are tapping into taxi drivers revenue and the cabbies are not taking it lightly. Guest host Mo Ivory breaks down the Uber verses taxi cab driver battle royal on “NewsOne Now.” Amazingly, a new poll shows that likely voters would prefer a Republican […]

NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Do Mandatory 21-Day Ebola Quarantines Violate Civil Rights?

NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Do Mandatory 21-Day Ebola Quarantines Violate Civil Rights?

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Gov. Chris Christie are backtracking on their 21-day mandatory quarantine for anyone who travels from West Africa and may have come in contact with Ebola patients. Kaci Hickox, a nurse, was forced into quarantine Friday after arriving from Sierra Leone. She was symptom-free  and tested negative for Ebola, but was still held […]

Blackward Thinking: Forget Who’s “Black Enough,” It’s Time To Address The Big Black Elephant In The Room

Blackward Thinking: Forget Who’s “Black Enough,” It’s Time To Address The Big Black Elephant In The Room

Forget who’s “black enough,” it’s time to address the big black elephant in the room — and acknowledge what we really mean when we talk about the NFL, violence and race. by Carl Banks On Wednesday, a report surfaced that a rift has developed inside the defending Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks’ locker room — purportedly due to a certain […]

NewsOne Now: Free Your Mind With Mo Ivory Podcast

NewsOne Now: Free Your Mind With Mo Ivory Podcast

Got something on your mind that you want to talk about? Ferguson leaks, Ebola or the biggest academic cheating scandal in NCAA history got you a little heated? Guest host Mo Ivory opened the phone lines for you to get off your chest for Free Your Mind Friday on “NewsOne Now. The official autopsy of Michael […]

April Ryan, Sec. Of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson Talk Ebola, Isis, The White House Fence Jumper

April Ryan, Sec. Of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson Talk Ebola, Isis, The White House Fence Jumper

April Ryan talks to Homeland Security Jeh Johnson about Ebola, Isis and the growing concern over the White House fence jumper. “After the event on September 19 we put in additional security there, but let’s not forget that the secret service does a great job protecting the first family and the Vice President and others.” Listen […]

NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: New PLUS Loan Requirements Still Bar Many From HBCUs

NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: New PLUS Loan Requirements Still Bar Many From HBCUs

The Education Department has loosened credit requirements for the PLUS Loan program used by parents and college students, but some say the changes are not enough to get all of the students adversely impacted by the program back in the classroom. Johnny Taylor,  President & CEO of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund joined guest host Armstrong Williams on “NewsOne Now” to […]

NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Should We Close Our Borders To Fend Off Ebola

NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Should We Close Our Borders To Fend Off Ebola

Dr. Ben Carson joined guest hosts Angela Rye and Armstrong Williams on “NewsOne Now” to discuss Ebola‘s arrival in America and shared his views on what needs to be done to stop the spread of the virus. Carson explained that the deadly virus needs to be contained in Africa and subsequently defeated there. Carson also expressed his views about instituting travel bans […]

Family: Amber Vinson Free Of Ebola Virus

Family: Amber Vinson Free Of Ebola Virus

Source: Michael Winter / USA Today Dallas nurse Amber Vinson is free of the Ebola virus and will be transferred from isolation at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, her family said Wednesday. The family also said that the 29-year-old nurse, who contracted the virus from Liberian Thomas Eric Duncan, was regaining strength and that her spirits were […]

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