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CNN’s Don Lemon repeatedly questioned President Trump‘s “fitness for office” on Wednesday night and suggested that his recent remarks “puts us in danger.” “This is a president of the United States running wild, running amok, it’s constant, it’s everything,” Lemon said. “All of it together raises serious questions about his fitness for office… The volume of what […]

CNN, The New York Times, Los Angeles Times and Politico were barred from entering a Friday afternoon gaggle with Sean Spicer.

Donald Trump’s administration has decided to refrain from sending his spokespeople to appear on CNN.

2016 was a difficult year for a lot of us, including those in the news media business. So can we really blame Don Lemon for getting sh*t-faced during his live New Year’s Eve broadcast from New Orleans on CNN? The veteran anchor’s antics included taking shots on camera, confessing his resolutions to an audience of millions, hollering at New Orleans […]

The cable news giant has come under fire for religious and racial discrimination.

An attorney representing Black employees in a class action discrimination lawsuit against CNN claims the cable news network has a long history of racial bias.

While discussing Ben Carson's appointment to HUD, Marc Lamont Hill noted that Ghostface Killah's great leadership of the Wu-Tang Clan does not necessarily crossover to other jobs.

Trump has decided to pay a $25 million settlement in the lawsuits related to Trump University.

This Sunday at 8/7c, TV One and CNN will host the Ohio Democratic Presidential Town Hall helmed by NewsOne Now's Roland Martin and CNN's Jake Tapper at Ohio State University's Mershon Auditorium.

"Diamond and Silk," who "Stump for Trump," appeared on Thursday's edition of NewsOne Now to share why they have decided to support Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.

On Monday's edition of NewsOne Now, Roland Martin and his panel of guests discussed Trump's assertion of doing well among African-American voters and the possibility of the GOP's front-runner winning the Republican presidential nomination.

Fulton writes that Clinton's emphasis on the Black Lives Matter movement and her promise to continue President Obama's efforts to enact gun reform if elected influenced her decision.