Al Green’s “Let’s Stay Together” got a sales boost last week from an unlikely source — President Barack Obama. A video of the president singing the first line of the song at a Jan. 19 fund-raising event went viral the next day, sparking a 490% weekly sales increase for the song.

It sold 16,000 downloads in the week ending Jan. 22 according to Nielsen SoundScan.

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http://www.billboard.com/#/news/obama-bumps-al-green-s-let-s-stay-together-1006001552.story

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Wolf Blitzer covers a firey Barack Obama speech reveling in Osama Bin Laden’s death.

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http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live/video/the-situation-room-cold-open/1327352/

While Barack Obama was dealing with multiple international crises, he also must have been watching a whole lot of college basketball.

Obama, who’s brother-in-law is Oregon State head basketball coach Craig Robinson, took some big risks in the second round, but they payed off. Not many people could have guessed that double digit seeds Richmond, Gonzaga, Marquette, and Florida State would all win, but our president did.

2011 NCAA Tournament President Obama Has a Near Perfect Baracket

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http://ryanfiend.livejournal.com/394087.html

President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle have been invited to stay at England’s most famous residence, and indeed the Obamas will have a sleepover with the Queen in spring.

It’s not for the April 29 royal wedding, however! Here’s why the Obamas are snuggling up at Buckingham Palace.

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http://www.limelife.com/blog-entry/Obamas-to-Stay-at-Buckingham-Palace/117128.html

Americans are preparing to hold sombre ceremonies to mark five years since Hurricane Katrina, and Barack Obama will visit New Orleans.

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-us-canada-11123064

President Barack Obama Saturday praised a Wall Street reform law enacted this week and rejected a Republican plan to jump-start the economy, saying it will take the country backward. -=W/ VIDEO=-

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http://rawstory.com/rs/2010/0724/obama-slams-gop-plan-add-trillion-dollars-deficit/

President Barack Obama’s efforts to win final approval of a historic financial regulatory reform bill looked more complicated on Saturday after a Republican senator threatened to oppose it. “I was surprised and extremely disappointed to hear that $18 billion in new assessments and fees were added in the wee hours of the morning by …

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http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE65L4A920100627?rpc=64