Wondering how this coming week will shape up? Here's a look ahead at some of the events on tap.
|Monday, June 25: Third Anniversary of the Death of Michael Jackson|
"King of Pop" Michael Jackson died on June 25, 2009 after suffering cardiac arrest. He was 50. The Los Angeles Fire Department was called to Jackson's residence at 12:26 p.m. Paramedics performed CPR on Jackson, who was not breathing when they arrived at his home. He was rushed to LA Medical Center, just six miles from his home. Last year, a jury convicted Jackson's doctor, Conrad Murray of involuntary manslaughter in the 2009 drug-overdose death of the King of Pop. Prosecutors alleged that Murray supplied an insomnia-plagued Jackson with the powerful operating-room anesthetic propofol to help him sleep as he rehearsed for his "This Is It" comeback tour.
|Tuesday, June 26: Rielle Hunter's Memoir, "What Really Happened: John Edwards, Our Daughter, and Me" Released|
Hunter reveals the details of her first meeting with the then-presidential candidate and the six-year affair that became the biggest political sex scandal of a generation in her bombshell tell-all to be published June 26. Hunter recently sat down with Chris Cuomo for her first interview since Edwards' acquittal on charges of accepting illegal campaign contributions.
|Wednesday, June 26: National HIV Testing Day|
In 1995, the National Association of People with AIDS founded the annual observance to promote HIV testing. Click here for our latest story on HIV
|Friday, June 29: iPhone Marks Fifth Anniversary|
Five years ago Steve Jobs introduced to the world a "revolutionary" product that propelled Apple into the cell phone market with the iPhone. Today, the iPhone is in its fourth generation.
|Sunday, July 1: Canada Day|
Today is the official holiday marking the formation of Canada into a single country but the occasion is also celebrated around the world including by expatriates living in the United States.