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Michael Jackson's last Los Angeles-area residence, a French chateau in Holmby Hills, is back on the market at $23.9 million — $400,000 above what it was listed for last summer. The pop icon was leasing the 17,171-square-foot mansion for $100,000...
If your destination is Bratislava, be prepared for a few questions: Is that in Eastern Europe? (No, it's in Central Europe.) Capital of Slovenia, right? (Uh, no.) Where is that? (The last question courtesy of a Customs employee at LAX.) Until recently,...
Their internationally recognized names sell music and movie tickets. They promote perfumes and presidents. But when it comes to selling their own houses, celebrities often find that their cachet doesn't pull in the cash. Actors Goldie Hawn and Kurt...
Tags: Propofol (drug), O.J. Simpson, Punishment, Homes, Katy Perry
L.A. NOWA Los Angeles deputy district attorney who helped win the conviction of Michael Jackson's personal physician was appointed a judge Friday....
L.A. NOWA Northridge doctor's license was suspended Thursday after medical authorities found he had been injecting his daughter at home with propofol, the same drug that killed pop star Michael Jackson. Robert S. Markman, 66, a retired anesthesiologist,...
Pop & HissAlmost three years after the death of Micheal Jackson, The Jacksons are set to go back on tour together for the first time in nearly three decades....
As his trial in the death of Michael Jackson approached, Dr. Conrad Murray found himself with an unlikely new cardiology patient — his own attorney. A battery of tests determined that the chest pains Ed Chernoff was experiencing were symptoms of...
The star medical expert for Michael Jackson's physician began his testimony Thursday with the acknowledgment that not even he could explain the doctor's treatment of the pop star. "Let's deal with the elephant in the room here," a defense attorney said...
The sensational result in the O.J. Simpson murder case notwithstanding, it's an article of faith among criminal defense attorneys that sequestered jurors are more prone to convict than those who go home when the trial recesses for the day. That's why...
Readers' Representative JournalIn this week’s coverage of the trial of Michael Jackson’s personal physician, Dr. Conrad Murray, articles have been consistent in describing the drug that killed the pop star: Tuesday: “the dangerous surgical anesthetic propofol”...
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