'Michael Jackson Loved Halloween': John Branca On CBS Animated SpecialExecutive Producer John Branca opens up his work on "Michael Jackson's Halloween" and his relationship with Jackson.
Cosby Hires Michael Jackson's Lawyer For Sex Assault RetrialBill Cosby has hired Michael Jackson's former lawyer to represent him at his November retrial on sexual assault charges in Pennsylvania.
Paris Jackson Signs On For Big Screen Acting Debut Paris Jackson has agreed to take on a big screen role a few months after making her television acting debut.
Canes Spring Notebook: April 20The Miami Hurricanes held its final practice of the spring at the Greentree Practice Fields Thursday, completing its 14th session in anticipation of closing out the month-long training with a “live scrimmage” Saturday.
Michael Jackson's Neverland Ranch Back On The MarketAre you in a market for a new home? Perhaps one that lets you stay young forever?
Report: Michael Jackson Kept Child Porn In Secret ClosetA police report recently-obtained by Radar Online states that music icon Michael Jackson had several magazines and videos containing explicit images of children and animal torture.
Quincy Jones' Lawsuit Over Michael Jackson Songs Headed To TrialA lawsuit filed by music producer Quincy Jones over song royalties against the estate of the late Michael Jackson can move ahead to trial, a judge ordered.
Super Bowl Halftime Performance Mixes Past, Present & FutureThe Pepsi Superbowl 50 halftime show was a musical showcase of the present, a look ahead to the future and a nostalgic nod to the past.
Spike Lee's Michael Jackson Doc A Tribute To His MusicAs a young artist, Michael Jackson knew he wanted to be legendary.
Former Rap Mogul Suge Knight Gets New Lawyers In Murder CaseFormer rap music mogul Marion "Suge" Knight has a new lawyer in a murder case filed after Knight ran over two men in a parking lot last year in Compton, California.
Senate Committee To Tackle Patients' Pain Med ProblemsThe Legislature may have inadvertently made it harder for legitimate patients to get critical pain medications when it passed a 2011 law aimed at shutting down rogue clinics that branded the state as the "pill mill capital" of the country.
State Change Could Help Patients Get Pain MedicationsThe Florida Board of Pharmacy approved a rule change Wednesday aimed at training pharmacists to change their mindset about prescriptions for controlled substances.