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Jimmy McMillan, a former political contender for nearly every position in New York City under his “Rent Is Too Damn High” Party, is stepping away from politics, NBC4 New York reports. The 69-year-old made the announcement in a press release on Tuesday. McMillan said the citizens of New York are being “brainwashed” by Mayor Bill de […]

Saying "every child, regardless of race, income, or zip code, deserves a shot at a great education," President Barack Obama on Thursday signed a measure to revamp No Child Left Behind.

Bernie Sanders took his campaign platform away from the podium and walked the streets of Sandtown-Winchester, where Freddie Gray grew up.

It was the president's toughest talk yet about the threat of terrorism in America.

It's unlikely the vote will turn into law, however; President Barack Obama has vowed to veto the bill, which also contains language to repeal the Affordable Health Care Act.

“Nobody has been able to sit down with him and have him get one iota of intelligent information about the Middle East,” said Duane R. Clarridge, a top adviser to Mr. Carson on terrorism and national security.

NewsOne this week visited Hillary for America headquarters in New York City's Brooklyn Heights community to meet five Black millennials working on the campaign.

A Clinton aide confirmed the agreement for NewsOne in an email statement, saying that her campaign will no longer accept contributions from federally registered lobbyists or PACs for private prison companies.

Fathers in prison facing high debt over unpaid child support payments will have the opportunity to "press pause" with a new program.

Hillary Clinton showed up to a labor protest outside of the Trump International Hotel and spoke to workers about their right to unionize.

After tweeting that Obama was not a "real" Black president, Rupert Murdoch on Thursday apologized in an apparent attempt to save face.

Is Ben Carson victim blaming by saying he would attack the Oregon shooter instead of just "standing there?"