Roland Martin, Will Cain and CNN's Carol Costello discuss President Obama hosting Mitt Romney for lunch and if President Obama will offer Romney a position in his administration.
Sunday Talk Shows
Roland Martin, Will Cain, Ron Brownstein, Soledad O'Brien talk with Dionne Warwick about her 50-year music career and her new album, "Now."
Washington Watch with Roland Martin Sundays on TV One @ 11 AM EST / 10 AM CST.
Fareed Zakaria speaks with New York Times journalist Charles Duhigg about how the two campaigns steered people to vote in this week's presidential election.WATCH NOW
With the election in the rearview mirror, we'll be taking a look at the looming fiscal cliff, the resignation of CIA Chief David Petraeus and the lingering aftermath of Superstorm Sandy with New York Rep. Peter King and NJ Sen. Bob Menendez.WATCH NOW
Roundtable: Aaron Schock, Donna Edwards, Paul Gigot, Katrina vanden Heuvel, Greta van SusterenWATCH NOW
Senate Intelligence Committee chair on 'Fox News Sunday'WATCH NOW
In the wake of CIA Chief David Petraeus' resignation, experts analyze the impact it has on challenges the administration faces.WATCH NOW
The problems and pressures on our soldiers and veterans are the subject of new movie starring Charles Dutton, called "Least Among Saints."
Roland Martin, Reihan Salam and CNN's Brooke Baldwin about Speaker John Boehner's press conference about the looming fiscal cliff and the 2012 election.
The ones to watch for 2016 | America votes in the Obama agenda | How Obama will spend his second term political capitalWATCH NOW
Roland Martin, Ana Navarro, Soledad O'Brien, Christine Romans, John Berman and Zoriada Sambolin discuss displaced New Jersey residents having the ability to vote by email or fax.
Roland Martin, Ana Navarro, Zoraida Sambolin, Christine Romans, John Berman and Soledad O'Brien discuss if the 2012 presidential election will end on election day or will it take longer to decide the winner?
Roland Martin, Ana Navarro, Zoraida Sambolin, Christine Romans, John Berman and Soledad O'Brien discuss First Lady Michelle Obama's campaign speech when she got a little emotional. Plus, President Barack Obama's emotional final campaign stop in Iowa.
When you read the Preamble to the Constitution of the United States, it says, "We, the People." That includes African-Americans, Whites, Hispanics, Asians, Native Americans -- anybody in this country.
For far too long, African-Americans, frankly, were not included in "We, the People." Congresswoman Barbara Jordan -- she talked about that -- what it means to be included in "We, the People" during her famous Watergate testimony hearing. What's important for everybody listening is that -- to understand this here. That is we are citizens of this country, and that means every, single one of us using our right to the ballot box to be able to let our voices be heard.
We've seen billionaires invest millions of dollars trying to sway this election. We've seen them run ads -- attack ads -- in the primary and the general election. We've seen folks drop 5, 10, 20, 30, $100 million because, see, they want to overrule the voices of the people.
But the fact of the matter is this here. No matter how much money they have invested, no -- no matter how many attack ads, no matter how many political consultants, the real power rests with you when you go to the ballot box. That's why no one can sit at home and say their vote doesn't matter. Your vote impacts your local, county, state and the federal election. And so if you want to change America, then you must use that vote -- not complain, not say what should be done; but the first step is for you to go vote on Tuesday. And after you vote on Tuesday, the real work begins on Wednesday on how we're going to change this country for the better.