Once worth over $100 million, what really happened to the Jericho church in Maryland?
Roland Martin sits down with Rev. Jamal Bryant to discuss the temptation that almost ruined him.
Join Roland Martin and more as TV One takes you to the 2013 inauguration of President Barack Obama.
With "meat axe" cuts coming to the budget, Roland's panel says poor mothers will be the one's hurt the most.
Roland sits with actresses Essence Atkins, Jackee, Robine Lee and Noree Victoria to debate the things they can't bring themselves to do onscreen.
With gay marriage and immigration on the president's desk, when will black issues get attention?
Roland Martin and his panel discuss the new religious reality series "The Sisterhood."
The father of another black teen who was gunned down, shares his tragic story.
"Save My Son" star Steve Perry comes on to talk with Roland about why black men are struggling.
Roland and the panel debate Susan Rice and the furor around her.
Romney surfaces on a call to donors where he says Obama won because he gave gifts.
From Todd Akin to preachers telling black folks NOT to vote, what was the craziest political moment of the year?
"Washington Watch" panelist goes in on Black male voters and tells them to "man the f up!"
Roland Martin and guests discuss the Presidential Debate.
One of Roland's panel members has a shocking theory about President Obama's lackluster debate performance
Roland and the panel crack up watching Samuel L. Jackson's pro-Obama commercial.
Roland Martin and his panel examine Mitt Romney's statements about the 47% that won't vote for him.
Joe Madison warns that despite President Obama's recent bump up in the polls, there is still time to lose this election.
Roland Martin and his panel break down the Democratic National Convention.
Roland calls out former Representative for telling lies about Barack Obama!
A debate over the Civil Marriage Protection Act.
Roland Martin and his guests discuss Mitt Romney and whether average voters will be able to relate to him.
Roland Martin asks his guests: What issues should African-Americans ask their politicians to address?
Roland Martin and his guests have a heated debate about President Obama's recess appointments.
Roland Martin is taking Republicans to task for saying that welfare is only for black people.
Roland Martin urges Black Conservatives to speak up for themselves.
Roland Martin expresses his displeasure for the Penn State student support of Paterno.
Michael Steel speaks about Rick Santorum's "blah" people comment.
Roland Martin shares his thoughts on Hollywood's marketing of "Red Tails".
A panel discusses the effects of capitalism on the working class.
A discussion on President Obama's job performance.
A speaker explains how to increase the growth of the middle class.
Tea Party members want to re-write history by removing references to slavery.
A high school football player decides to go to another school, prompting a coach's ire.
Discussion of Soul Train's impact on people's lives.
A panel discusses the issue of religion and employment in relation to health care.
A panel of men discuss how to deal with slurs against their wives and daughters.
A panel remembers Whitney Houston.
A discussion on the role of black Hollywood and higher education.
Roland interview Treyvon Martin's parents and their attorney.
Roland and Bishop T.D. Jakes discuss the role of parents in their childrens lives.
Women discuss the effects of not having their father in their life.
Roland speaks to a mom who is raising her son to be a man.
Roland questions his guests about being black.
Roland gives his perspective on Jay-Z using the B word in his music.
After beating Peaches and leaving her afraid for her life, Ronnie returns with a gun.
A high school football star recounts the story of the tackle that put him in a wheelchair.
With her own heart damaged, DZhana was now waiting for a transplant. But would it work?
What looked like a routine tackle, broke Rocky's neck and left him paralyzed.
Rocky was an elite high school athlete with dreams of college scholarships and a shot at the NFL.
After arresting Gladys' attacker, police turn him loose, unsure who's telling the truth.
Peaches' mother and son sit by her bedside as she fights to survive a gunshot to the head.
After surviving her ordeal and with a bullet still in her head, Peaches suffers a seizure brought on by pregnancy.
Gladys tells the story of being abducted by a mass murderer.
Walking down a dark street, Gladys is attacked from behind and wakes up imprisoned in a strange house.
After living 118 days with an artificial heart, D'Zhana survives heart and kidney transplants.
Strung out on drugs, Ronnie shoots his wife, Peaches, in the head.
A fight breaks out at a party, and a 16-year-old girl is shot in the head.
Theories of the state of mind of mass murderer Anthony Sowell.
A boy witnesses his father shooting his mother in the head.
A 16-year-old girl recalls seeing her sister get shot.
After a fight breaks out at a sweet sixteen party, a teenage girl is shot and left for dead.
After becoming paralyzed, Rocky returned to football as a successful high school coach.
Police find the bodies of 11 women in Anthony Sowell's house. Gladys realizes she was going to be number 12.
Despite receiving a brutal beating from her captor, Gladys is able to fight back and escape.
With her hands tied up, Genea calls 911 and tries to help her dying husband.
While in the hospital, D'Zhana sees a bright light and hears a voice telling her it's time to come home.
After tying up Maurice and his pregnant wife, Genea, their captor begins to stab them.
What appeared to be routine football tackle changed Rocky's life forever.
After his son finds his stash, Ronnie tries to get clean.
Without insurance, Rocky's mother sacrifices everything to care for her son.
Police prepare to break an apartment door down, when the gunman inside opens fire.
After a heart transplant fails, doctors use pumps and machinery to improvise a mechanical heart to keep a young girl alive.
One of the most heinous crimes you can imagine: the forced removal of an unborn child from its still-living mother.
Doctors struggle to diagnose the mysterious condition that keeps a girl from living a normal life.
D'Zhana had a dream that the doctors found a heart for her.
D'Zhana Simmons explains how she lives without a heart.
The victim of a violent attack testifies against her alleged attacker.
Accused of a murder he knows he didn't commit, Danny Brown faces the trial of his life.
Danny knows he's innocent, but his life falls into the hands of a little boy.
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