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Donna Edwards, a U.S. Representative from Maryland, is fighting to make history. She hopes to become the first African-American senator from Maryland and only the tenth Black senator in American history. Rep Edwards is currently locked in a heated battle with Maryland Representative Chris Van Hollen in one of the tightest political contests we’ve seen. Polls have them running neck-and-neck, and in […]

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Rev. Otis Moss, III spoke during this year's CBCFALC prayer breakfast, and NewsOne Now was there to capture his inspirational message.

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Tech-life expert Stephanie Humphrey joined NewsOne Now to detail the best apps to help you stay connected during CBC.

On this day in 1971….President Nixon met with members of the Congressional Black Caucus and appointed a White House panel to study a list of…

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Addressing poverty and reforming the criminal justice system were among the topics that came up at a White House meeting Tuesday between President Obama and…

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Democrats in the House of Representatives have proposed a change to seniority rules. The proposal could marginalize the political power of the Congressional Black Caucus at a…

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Rep. Marcia Fudge (pictured) believes that African Americans should hold President Barack Obama accountable in office and support the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) in ensuring…

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Newly retired as CEO from The Coca-Cola Foundation, Ingrid Saunders Jones is ready to put new initiatives forth with her new role for the National…

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Roland Martin returns with “NewsOne Now,” the only national daily news show that focuses on the issues African Americans are talking about.  It’s the water…

Members of the Congressional Black Caucus spoke on the House floor for the extension of the Federal Unemployment Compensation Act. With unemployment across the U.S. at 9…

President Barack Obama and the Congressional Black Caucus seem to be mending their contentious relationship after a summer of infighting between both parties. See also: Obama…

Last week Loop21.com asked “Why Can’t the Congressional Black Caucus Be More Like the Tea Party?” Today they are responding. Congressional Black Caucus communications director Stephanie L. Young, part of a new breed among the caucus, there to inject some fire into the 41-year-old organization spoke to us exclusively. When Young isn’t getting the word […]