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The St. Jude legacy is grounded by their mission as we celebrate the past 60 years and many more to come.

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Roland Martin and NewsOne Now were on hand to chronicle the historic moment, and spoke with a number of dignitaries, as well as celebrities, who came from all over the country to experience the venue directly after the dedication ceremony ended.

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Former television judge Joe Brown has been banned from practicing law in the state of Tennessee. The state Supreme Court ordered that Brown be placed on an inactive status that would prevent him from overseeing legal matters. According to reports, Brown is battling type II diabetes and is suffering from the “effects of prescribed medication […]

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When it comes to Bill and Hillary Clinton, conspiracy theories abound simply because of the family’s ability to endure scandal after scandal. How else could they survive if it weren’t for a dollop of deceit, murder, and greed? NewsOne has gathered five Clinton conspiracies that were unproven and denied, yet live on because…the internet. Many have resurfaced […]

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Joy Ann Reid recently spoke with Roland Martin about her new book, "Fracture: Barack Obama, the Clintons, and the Racial Divide."

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Hillary Clinton and her husband President Bill Clinton, who have long enjoyed the support of prominent African Americans, has the apparent backing of Beyonce, who recently…

After months of speculation, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will announce her presidential campaign Sunday with a video released on social media, CNN reports.…

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President Barack Obama is the man Americans say they admire most, while Hillary Clinton is the woman living anywhere in the world whom they admire…

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New York’s Mayor De Blasio and President Bill Clinton joined restaurateurs Marcus Samuelsson (Red Rooster) and Tren’ness Wood-Black (Sylvia’s) to announce a new food festival coming to Harlem in May of 2015. “Harlem…

A law signed by former president Bill Clinton called the “Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996,” reduced new trials for convicted criminals and sped up their sentences by restricting a federal court’s ability to judge whether a state court had correctly interpreted the U.S. Constitution.” The law has been cited as one of […]