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Spotify Suggests President Obama Become the 'President of Playlists'
Plus, actress Gabrielle Union joins the "GMA" team to weigh in on the etiquette of buying items sold by your friends or friends' kids.
Ira Judelson, Bail Bondsman to the Stars
This New York bail bondsman has helped bail rappers, NFL players and comedians out of jail.
The Fast-Paced Lifestyle of Ira Judelson, Bail Bondsman to the Stars
Ja Rule, Dominique Strauss-Kahn Are Just a Few High-Profile Clients Judelson Has Bailed Out of Jail
Before Nicki Minaj: 8 Female MCs Who Went MIA
Nicki Minaj is on top of the world right now, and anyone who's listened to her brand new album, Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded The Re-Up , knows she's not stepping down from her throne anytime soon. But while she basks in the spotlight now – and she does love to bask – what about all those other
Leap Year Politics
Leap Years come every four years, making the 29th of February a day for the history books. From politician "Leaplings," who are children born on that extra February day, to presidents announcing their re-election bids, here are some political factoids with Leap Year connections. And if it weren't
While America Slept: The True Story of 9/11
Ten years ago this month, America was more concerned about summer vacation than terror attacks. The big movie at the mall was "American Pie II," which had just taken over the box office lead from "Rush Hour II," and Beyonce was thinking about ditching her band for a solo career. The big stories in
Jackson's Concerts Highlight Risky Business
Even Before His Death, Michael Jackson Caused Many Headaches for Concert Promoters -- He Wasn't the Only One
Jackson's $25M Concert Insurance Could Take Months to Sort Out
Concert Promoter AEG's Insurance Payout Hinges on Death Determination, Coverage Argument
Music Legends' Kids Rocking Out on Their Own
Taylor, Hammond, Simmons and Gabriel Talk About 'Making It' in Their Parents' Industry
The N-Word: The Most Popular Ugly Word Ever
No matter how adoring some of his supporters, it's difficult to imagine that Martin Luther King Jr. would have enjoyed hearing someone say, "Martin is my nigga." Those who have defended the use of the N-word -- rap and hip-hop artists in particular -- have said that the word's different spellings