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Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson
Explore Michael Jackson's life and his music, as well as the events since his death on June 25 at the age of 50.
Explore Michael Jackson's life and his music, as well as the events since his death on June 25 at the age of 50. « Show less

Top Michael Jackson Articles

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  • Jackson pleads not guilty in child molestation case

    SANTA MARIA, Calif. - First came the cuff-linked hand waving out the tinted window. Then the umbrella. Then Michael Jackson himself, elegantly attired for an ignoble occasion: his arraignment yesterday on felony child molestation charges, to which he...
  • Michael Jackson at a glance

    Aug. 29, 1958: Michael Joseph Jackson is born in Gary, Ind., the seventh of nine children. 1963: After several years of training, the Jackson 5 begin to perform in public. Dec. 14, 1969: The Jackson 5 appear on The Ed Sullivan Show. 1970: Their first...
  • Pair of rulings expected to prolong Jackson case

    SANTA MARIA, Calif. - Jurors in the Michael Jackson molestation trial will get to see a July 2003 videotape of the accuser telling investigators the details of how he was allegedly molested by the pop star but will not be allowed to see pictures of the...
  • Jackson not guilty on all counts

    SANTA MARIA, Calif. - Recording superstar Michael Jackson returned to his Neverland Ranch a free man yesterday after a jury acquitted him of charges that he had plied a 13-year-old cancer patient with alcohol, molested him, then conspired to imprison...
  • Game 12: Take that, Indy

    As the game ended and fans as well as players from both teams flocked onto the field, Ravens quarterback Jim Harbaugh trotted to the sideline and handed the game ball to Colts Hall of Fame quarterback John Unitas.That's Colts, as in Baltimore. The moment...
  • Game 13: Victory raises Ravens' bar

    As the Ravens were in the locker room celebrating a 31-24 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers in the "House of Horrors," coach Brian Billick was in another place not far away, setting new standards. Today Pittsburgh, tomorrow the playoffs.For the...
  • Game 4: Holmes carries night

    The Ravens survived a strong second-half comeback and may have found their running back and quarterback of the future in a 31-24 win over the Cincinnati Bengals last night in an AFC Central game at Ravens stadium. Running back Priest Holmes ran 10 yards...
  • Game 5: Ravens stumble again trying to take next step

    As Ravens offensive linemen Wally Williams and Jonathan Ogden sat next to each other on stools in front of their lockers, they began to think about the team's three-year history in Baltimore. It has been an emotional ride with a familiar pattern. Win,...
  • Game 6: For Ravens, it gets uglier

    The Ravens don't have a quarterback controversy, they have a quarterback problem. They have one of the NFL's highest-paid offensive lines, yet one of the most unproductive. They've tried countless offensive formations, yet nothing works.On a day when...
  • Game 7: Ravens run into a pack of trouble

    There are certain buzzwords that come out of NFL locker rooms signaling that a team is desperate or about to collapse. Like "gut check" or "character."Those words don't come off the lips of the Denver Broncos or Pittsburgh Steelers. And they certainly...
  • Game 11: Winning is rush for Ravens

    For the first time this season, there actually were jokes being told in the Ravens' locker room after a game.Team vice president David Modell was going around shaking hands, reserve Ben Cavil was bragging about how well his fellow offensive linemen...
  • Game 1: New era, old errors

    It took the city of Baltimore and the state of Maryland nearly 14 years to get a new stadium constructed, and the Ravens only three hours and one minute to lose their first game in the facility. The new $223 million stadium was a house of horror for the...