Haitian-born singer and activist Wyclef Jean performs in New York City in February at The Standard Hotel as part of the launch of Hope, Help & Relief Haiti - A night and Humanity After Party. Wyclef Jean on Tuesday announced his bid to run for president of Haiti in the country's Nov. 28 election.
Shirley Sherrod said Thursday she wants to discuss racial issues with President Obama, who's "not someone who has experienced some of the things I've experienced in life."
Shirley Sherrod, who lost her Agricultural Department job after a clip of her admitting to giving unfair racial preference surfaced on a conservative web site, says she isn't sure she'd take back her job.
Offshore drilling: Judge Martin Feldman, who overturned the government's moratorium on offshore drilling for oil, has reported owning stock in Transocean Ltd, the company that owned the Deepwater Horizon offshore drilling rig which exploded and sank in the Gulf of Mexico over two months ago.
Michael Jackson kids -- Prince, Paris, and Blanket -- are normal kids full of fun and pranks, according to lawyer.
Gary Brooks Faulkner, the man arrested in the hinterlands of Pakistan who says he was hunting Osama bin Laden, seems to have more in common with Chuck Norris movies than with any US intelligence activity.
Abby Sunderland was rescued from her crippled sailboat in the southern Indian Ocean.
Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig will likely consult with his top advisers before deciding to reverse umpire Jim Joyce's blown call that cost Detroit Tigers pitcher Armando Galarraga a perfect game.
With the ambitious 'top kill' abandoned, BP's hope to stanch the leak lies with two relief wells that won't be finished until at least August.
A Transocean rig worker said he overheard senior managers complaining that BP took 'shortcuts' by replacing heavy drilling fluid with saltwater in the oil well that blew out, triggering the massive Gulf oil spill.