On the 13th anniversary of 9/11, Roland Martin and “NewsOne Now” remember those who lost their lives at the World Trade Center and at the Pentagon.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is in the hot seat as a result of the Ray Rice elevator knock-out scandal. The Associated Press is reporting that an NFL official received a copy of the elevator video where Rice hits Janay Palmer in the face, rendering her unconscious. Goodell has gone on record saying that no one in the NFL saw the second video of Rice and his then-fiancé in the elevator until this week. Will Goodell be able to survive the scandal and so-called independent investigation of the Rice case.
Will Alabama Federal Judge Mark Fuller resign after pleading guilty to domestic violence charges? Will the Alabama congressional delegation call for Fuller to resign?
General Kip Ward, Rep. Bennie Thompson and Rep. Andre Carson discuss what President Barack Obama’s address on ISIS means for the United States and our armed forces. Pres. Obama promised not to put troops on the ground to stop the Islamic terrorist group ISIS.
Plus, Martin and domestic violence activists, Joan Jackson and Sil Lai Abrams discuss why some women return to their abusers on “NewsOne Now.”
All that and more in this special edition of the NewsOne Now Audio Podcast.