NewsOne Now Audio Podcast: Will Congress Address Gun Control In The Wake Of The Las Vegas Mass Shooting? SCOTUS To Hear Critical Political Gerrymandering Case, HBCU Bus Tour Teaches Wealth Building Through Digital Currency

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At least 59 dead, more than 500 injured in the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history. 64-year-old domestic terrorist Stephen Paddock from Mesquite is to blame for the unnecessary bloodshed.

Authorities have yet to discern Paddock’s motives for the carnage and his family expressed shock and disbelief when they learned he was the shooter.

On the second day of the new term, the Supreme Court will hear arguments in one of the biggest election law cases in decades.

The court will hear the case of Gill v. Whitford, which addresses political gerrymandering in Wisconsin. Critics argue certain methods used to draw legislative districts for partisan advantage are unconstitutional.

Donald Trump will visit Puerto Rico today, but some of the local leaders he meets with today may be afraid to ask for help.

Over the weekend, Trump tweeted several times criticizing Mayor Yulin Cruz, after she pleaded for the relief effort in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. Now more Puerto Rican leaders are afraid of asking for assistance fearing the same treatment.

Depending on which poll you believe, the majority of Americans believe the NFL protests during the national anthem are appropriate.

Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert says he’s received racist messages after LeBron James called Trump a bum.

The Las Vegas police officers, who held Seattle Seahawks player Michael Bennett at gunpoint, will not face disciplinary charges.

Build Black, Buy Black, Bank Black that is the motto of the I Love Black People Trans-Atlantic Bus Tour.

The first-of-its-kind tour will be rolling through 20 HBCU’s in just two months. It is promoting Bitcoin and Black liberation. Sinclair Skinner, the tour’s creator and co-founder of Bitmari, a bitcoin crypto-currency company spoke with Roland Martin during Tuesday’s edition of NewsOne Now about the upcoming tour.

With over seventeen hundred statues on public land, the city of Philadelphia now has its first statue honoring an African-American.

Grammy nominated singer Chante Moore released her most personal album ever. Moore joined Roland Martin on NewsOne Now to talk about her new album, “The Rise of the Phoenix,” and what the music tells us about her life.

 

All that and more in this edition of the NewsOne Now Audio Podcast

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