Joe Jackson and Katherine Jackson
Katherine and Joe Jackson said Monday that "justice has finally been served" following the guilty verdict of Dr. Conrad Murray in the death of their son, Michael Jackson.
"We have been waiting for this moment for a very long time and we couldn't hold back tears of joy in the courtroom. Even though nothing can bring back our son, justice has finally been served," the Jacksons said in a statement to TMZ. "We can't wait to go home and...
A jury found Dr. Conrad Murray, the doctor accused in Michael Jackson's death, guilty of involuntary manslaughter on Monday.
A few loud screams were heard as the decision was announced. The unanimous decision followed 10 hours of deliberation by the jury (seven and a half hours on Friday and two and a half hours on Monday). Cutaway shots by cable news channels of the crowd outside the courthouse showed a pleased crowd.
Murray faces up to four years in prison.
Conrad Murray case finishes closing arguments, goes to jury
Members of the Jackson family, including...
Dr. Conrad Murray
The trial of Dr. Conrad Murray, the doctor accused in Michael Jackson's death, finished closing arguments Thursday, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher
Fifty pounds lighter, Carrie Fisher isn't afraid to criticize her former self.
"I looked awful," the actress, author and Jenny Craig spokeswoman told Extra. "I'd like to say it was my health, and be like somebody who's a good role model, [but] that was a byproduct."
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Fisher, who jokingly referred to her larger self as a...
Amanda Knox, Casey Anthony, Dr. Conrad Murray
TV news divisions are giving their all for the next big "get." After seeing the courtroom sagas of Casey Anthony and Amanda Knox play out over the last two years, the networks sense a huge audience will tune in to see what they have to say. Also high on the interview wish list are Dr. Conrad Murray, the physician on trial for the involuntary manslaughter of pop legend Michael Jackson, and incarcerated Ponzi scheme artist Bernie Madoff. So who will they talk to?
Could Michael Jackson have accidentally killed himself?
Anesthesiologist Dr. Paul White testified for the defense Friday in the involuntary manslaughter trial of Dr. Conrad Murray and claimed that the fatal dose of propofol that killed the King of Pop in June 2009 was most likely self-administered, TheWrap.com reports.
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Before The Real World, The Hills and Snooki, the M in MTV stood for music.
Can't we have an acting challenge every week like last week's CSI guest-starring audition challenge? No? OK, then we'll make do with the Kardashians and La Toya Jackson as guests on tonight's America's Next Top Model.
The trial of Michael Jackson's doctor Conrad Murray, who's charged with involuntary manslaughter, kicked off Monday with the defense claiming that the then 50-year-old pop icon administered the fatal dose of propofol while the doctor was out of the room, the Los Angeles Times reports.
Aaron Carter is denying that he told a reporter that Michael Jackson gave him booze and drugs when he was 15, TMZ.com reports.
In the Australian edition of OK!, a reporter quoted Carter as saying...