Sean Denard

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Alternative R&B / Urban Contemporary Musician from Denver, Colorado by way of Atlanta, Georgia. He brings you works with producers such as Hit Boy & …


How Africa's New Urban Centers Are Shifting Its Old Colonial Boundaries

The continent's booming new economic zones are outstripping the ability of weak central governments to retain their hold on them.<p>Twice as populous today as the next biggest African country, Nigeria, which was cobbled together as a colony 100 years ago, has always stood out on its continent as the …

UPDATED: Matt Spaeth Returns to Pittsburgh Steelers

Days after the Chicago Bears released him, the St. Michael native is headed back to where he started in the NFL.<p><b>Update (4:30 p.m. Monday):</b> Matt …

NSC Senior Director: We want to ‘unblock’ obstacles to power in Africa

National Security Council Senior Director for Development and Democracy Gayle Smith, who’s heading up the program, told The Daily Rundown's Chuck Todd that two-thirds of sub-Saharan Africa doesn’t have power.

U.S. Investors, Businesses Hesitant To Set Up In Africa

President Obama's trip to Africa comes at a time of increasing African economic growth and declining U.S. influence on the continent. To be successful, he will need to overcome a general perception that the United States has withdrawn from Africa. At the same time, he must convince an American …

President Obama makes final stop on his Africa trip

The Washington Post’s Dan Balz, The Financial Times’ Anna Fifield and Politico’s Manu Raju discuss the president’s trip in South Africa and upcoming press conference with Tanzanian President Kikwete.