Michael Steele

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According to a new report by Nielsen titled “The Making of a Multicultural Super Consumer,” “Multicultural consumers are rapidly becoming the core of the U.S. population…

St. Louis police officer Darren Wilson is being confused with the officer that fatally shot Michael Brown on August 9th. Both officers share the same…

Russel Honoré is a retired Lieutenant General who is best known for coordinating military relief efforts in the aftermath of  Hurricane Katrina. On Tuesday, Gen. Honoré  appeared on…

Podcast: Download According to law enforcement officials in Ferguson, Mo., there is a small group of individuals that are turing peaceful protests into violent confrontations…

Civil rights icon, Ambassador Andrew Young joined Roland Martin Wednesday on “NewsOne Now” to share his wealth of knowledge on U.S.-Africa relations and his views…

Analysts Michael Steele, Lauren Victoria Burke, and Corey Dade discuss Republican Sen. Thad Cochran‘s shocking election win in Mississippi on “NewsOne Now with Roland Martin. Cochran narrowly won the…

It is the misconception that Nelson Mandela was a violent fighter his whole life. Some may be surprised to know that he started out rather…

ATLANTA-Former RNC Chairman, Michael Steele, is going after his former Republican colleagues over a racist skit and a comparison of health care. He criticized Rush Limbaugh for a skit that mocked President Barack Obama and the way Black people talked and Rand Paul for saying that Universal Health Care is “slavery.” The Redding News reports: […]

New York– Former Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele recently reflected on his ouster from the RNC, drawing a Shakespearean parallel and claiming that he felt like Caesar, with new Chairman Reince Priebus, Steele’s former colleague and confidant, playing the part of Brutus.

Washington — Uncertainty reigns in the race for the chairmanship of the Republican National Committee despite the election being less than a month away.