New Street Singles
“We Made It” Produced by The Runners
“More Bottles” (War on our Hands) Featuring Timbaland
As President Obama defends his national security strategy, he faces a daunting challenge. He must convince the country that it is in safe hands despite warnings to the contrary from the right, and at the same time persuade the skeptical left that it is enough to amend his predecessor’s approach rather than abandon it.
Thousands of refugees from a remote area of a Nigerian oil-producing state have fled fighting between the military and oil rebels; sleeping in the swamps and too afraid to go home.
The record label that brought Bob Marley, Roxy Music and U2 to the world’s attention has turned 50 – and as part of the celebrations a month-long exhibition, Island Life, is opening in London on Friday 22 May.
Here – with the help of archive interviews with Island Records’ founder Chris Blackwell, and artists including Bryan Ferry, Jimmy Cliff and Bono – we have dug through the label’s back catalogue to tell the Island story.
NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) — The Obama administration announced Thursday that it has invested $7.5 billion in GMAC, aiming to prop up the troubled lender and boost its ability to make loans to Chrysler dealers and customers.
GMAC is the main source of financing for General Motors (GM, Fortune 500) customers and was recently tapped by the administration as the main lender for Chrysler.
Live Acoustic Performance
Wyclef, Jerry Wonda, and Niia perform a special acoustic rendition of “Sweetest Girl” from Platinum Sound Recording Studios NYC.