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Pop star Michael Jackson is considering raising $100 million or more by selling bonds that would be backed by royalties on his and other music he owns, Newsweek reported Sunday.
Michael Jackson has won an apology from the British tabloid newspaper the Mirror in his six-year libel battle to disprove allegations that his face was "disfigured and scarred" because of cosmetic…
One of the worst-kept secrets in television history was that Michael Jackson contributed his voice to an episode of "The Simpsons" entitled "Stark Raving Dad," even though the credits identified him…
Despite a brief challenge from the Eagles for bragging rights to the industry's best-selling disc, Michael Jackson's "Thriller" has reclaimed the honor by topping 25 million copies, according to the…
A Denver Federal court jury ruled Tuesday that pop star Michael Jackson did not steal the hit song "Dangerous" from a local songwriter.
While still proclaiming their client's innocence, attorneys for Michael Jackson announced they have reached an out-of-court settlement with the 14 -year-old boy who claimed he was sexually molested…
Singer Michael Jackson and three others did not steal the hit songs "Thriller ,""The Girl Is Mine" and "We Are the World" from two other songwriters, a federal jury ruled Wednesday.
In an emotional televised speech, singer Michael Jackson Wednesday declared his innocence of child molestation allegations and admitted law enforcement authorities ordered a body search of him.
The Michael Jackson investigation took another twist Monday with the resignations of longtime Jackson attorney Bert Fields and security consultant Anthony Pellicano, and the surfacing of a new set of…
The new attorney on Michael Jackson's defense team said the entertainer may return to the U.S., but only if the Los Angeles district attorney promises not to arrest the singer.