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Michael Jackson is close to giving up on the Beatles. In an attempt to avoid financial collapse, the tarnished superstar has agreed to give Sony a chance to purchase half his stake in the Sony/ATV…
A Rome music label has denied widely circulating rumors that it has asked Michael Jackson to set the late Pope John Paul II's prayers to music.
While Michael Jackson appears to have set up a new home in Bahrain and what's left of his U.S. empire seems neglected, negotiations are taking place to prevent him from losing a key income producer…
Icons of the Century: Despite all the bizarre behavior and courtroom drama of recent years, Michael Jackson's status in the pop pantheon cannot be dismissed.
Voiceover: Leaving aside the self-anointed moral pundits who pronounced him guilty from the get-go, was anyone really shocked that Michael Jackson was acquitted on 10 counts of child molestation?
Michael Jackson's trial may not be the audience boost that Scott Peterson's was for the 24-hour newsies. They have in fact scaled back their wall-to-wall coverage, but it has been a boon for one…
For the celebrity media, the trial of Michael Jackson on child molestation charges promises to be a ratings bonanza, ending a months-long dry spell for courtroom drama.
Michael Jackson's handlers have been shopping a new Jacko special -- but the early response from some networks has been "Beat It."
Look out, "Law & Order." Real-life alleged perps ranging from star athletes (Kobe Bryant, Jayson Williams), pop icons (Michael Jackson) and storied record producers (Phil Spector) to well-known…
The judge presiding over the Michael Jackson child molestation case faces new decisions regarding media access, with prosecutors calling for a rigid publicity gag order and six news organizations…
There they go again: CBS and the New York Times rang in the New Year locked in a war of words regarding the Eye's recent Michael Jackson interview.