Trump endured repeated attacks from one-time presumed front-runner Jeb Bush and other competitors as they joined in opposition to his call to ban Muslims from the United States. The debate came in the aftermath of terror attacks in San Bernardino, California, and Paris.
New poll numbers that show Texas Sen. and Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz ahead of Donald Trump in the important primary state of Iowa has sparked a war of words between the men on social and mainstream media.
"11 Million Stories: The Truth of Mass Deportation," an online video released Thursday tells a powerful story of what would happen if Republican Presidential front-runner Donald Trump's mass deportation plan becomes law.
Embattled Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel stood before city leaders and issued a heartfelt apology for the police shooting of Laquan McDonald on Wednesday as calls for him to resign intensified.
Carson was sailing so high in the polls that he thought he could be like Trump and say anything and continue to rise.
Protesters say the firing of Garry McCarthy does not go far enough to address corruption in the city.
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At Tuesday's fourth GOP debate, Donald Trump and Ben Carson said the problem is that entry-level wages are too high.
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.
Democratic congressional leaders, Sen. Barbara Boxer and Rep. Barbara Lee, are calling on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to address the findings that show the incidence of breast cancer among Black women is equal to that of white women for the first time in recent history.
Under the plan, the Department of Education will award up to $8 million in federal grants over three years to help support educational achievement for ex-inmates.