Wyclef Jean defended his charity and called for an evacuation of Haiti's capital, The Associated Press reported.
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"Port-au-Prince is a morgue," Jean said during a New York City press conference. With tears running down his face, the Haitian-born music star recounted his recent trip to his homeland, where he collected the corpses of small children and adults from the streets.
"We need to migrate at least 2 million people," Jean said. "I give you my word, if I tell them to go, they will go. But they need somewhere to go to."
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During the conference Monday, Jean also defended his charity, Yele Haiti Foundation, which recently came under fire by The Smoking Gun for its practices.
"Have we made mistakes before? Yes. Did I ever use Yele money for personal benefit? ...
NBC Universal President and CEO Jeff Zucker said Monday the company has made the right business decision in bringing former Tonight Show host Jay Leno back to his former 11: 35 timeslot, even as the move paves the way out for longtime NBC late-night personality Conan O'Brien.
"We think that Jay — who was the ratings champ in late night for almost 15 years — will go back to 11:35 and be ...
Jay Leno, Conan O'Brien
Jay Leno said Monday that Conan O'Brien was not to blame for NBC's late-night disaster, and that he himself had twice asked out of his contract and told NBC that moving him to 10 o'clock was a bad idea. O'Brien, for his part, kept up his barbs at NBC but not Leno.
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President Barack Obama won't bump Lost, but he may bump American Idol: The president will deliver his first State of the Union address to a joint session of Congress on Wednesday, Jan. 27 at 9 p.m. ET, the White House announced. Spokesman Robert Gibbs previously promised not to schedule the speech on Lost's Feb. 2 season premiere.
Obama won't bump Lost premiere
The address will be streamed live on WhiteHouse.gov and is expected to be carried on the major networks. Schedule changes have not been announced yet, but the speech will conflict with ...
Neither rain nor an imminent exit deal stopped Conan O'Brien fans from showing their support for their favorite redheaded host.
Loyal supporters staged a rally in the rain Monday outside ...