Charles Rangel

Atlantic City, New Jersey pastor Regena Thomas, and a Democratic political operative, told NewsOne that she knew immediately that Trump played the ministers when she heard about the alleged endorsements.

In an important move for people of color who helped propel him into office twice, President Barack Obama on Monday vowed to continue fighting for…

On Sunday the Apollo Theater in Harlem and WNYC partnered for a second year to present WNYC’s annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebration with “Hear Our…

On Wednesday, President Barack Obama announced the normalizing of relations with Cuba and subsequently ending the Cold War with our neighbor just 90 miles off…

Congressmen GK Butterfield and Charlie Rangel joined Roland Martin and the “NewsOne Now” panel to share their thoughts on Dr. Maya Angelou. The representatives even…

The Affordable Care Act deadline is fast-approaching. NYC-based celebrities and community leaders banded together Friday to organize a #GetCovered tour through three of the city’s five…

NEW YORK-Charles Rangel, a democratic congressman from New York City had a harsh verbal exchange with Fox News host Laura Ingraham over her conversation with Republican congressman Allen West, in which she referred to the Democratic Party as “the plantation.” Rangel became angry at Ingraham and referred to her as “just a pretty girl” which […]

NEW YORK – Bobby Robinson, a fixture of Harlem’s 125th Street for six decades who died last week at 93, was remembered tonight by U.S. Representative Charles Rangel and about 100 mourners in a church one block away from Robinson’s legendary record shop.

Washington D.C.– Rep. Charlie Rangel has launched a legal defense fund to help pay off legal bills he built up over a two-year ethics investigation.

New York — Rep. Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.) wants the House to issue a formal reprimand — rather than the more serious censure — as his punishment for violating ethics rules.

Embattled Rep. Charles Rangel prevailed in a crowded Democratic primary Tuesday, with voters in his New York City district signaling they are willing to stand by the 40-year House veteran despite more than a dozen ethics charges pending against him.

It was a gentle but unmistakable nudge President Obama gave Representative Charles B. Rangel recently, suggesting in an interview three weeks ago that Mr. Rangel, 80, should retire to “end his career with dignity.”