We wondered if candidates would have to address the #BlackLivesMatter movement at last night’s Democratic debate. The subject came up and some of the candidates had a direct response, while others…not so much.      

Democratic presidential hopefuls faced off in their first debate last night in Las Vegas. For several hours, the hopefuls tried to put their best foot forward to secure your vote of confidence. Their conversation covered gun control, economic inequality, Glass-Steagall (refers to the Banking Act of 1933) and Middle East relations. Who do you think won […]

Donald Trump and Ben Carson gave lackadaisical performances at the debate at the Reagan Library in Simi Valley, California.

We can’t talk about the final debate between the President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney without hearing what Roland Martin has to say about it. LISTEN

When asked by radio host, Bill Lumaye, how it felt to to hear President Barack Obama call his father, Mitt Romney, a liar, Tagg Romney, 42, said that only Secret Service stopped him from assaulting the president, reports RawStory.com. “I’m going to ask something I think a lot of people want to know, or at […]

Roland Martin analyzes last night’s presidential debate. LISTEN

Rev. Al Sharpton was pleased with last night’s performance, but he wants you to know that it’s only half the battle because we have got to get out and vote. LISTEN

Will “The Big Chief” nail it? What will Mitt Romney say this time to the 47 percent? Watch the first presidential debate live with us on Facebook. Join Tom and contributors to the Tom Joyner Morning Show for a lively conversation on the debates and  how this year’s election will affect the black community. Here’s […]

Hungry people in the Capital City may soon be able to grab a bite to eat from a truck on the street. After months of consideration, Raleigh City Council is expected to vote Tuesday to allow vendors to sell in more areas, more often, but it would come with restrictions. “I think food trucks would […]