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Happy Birthday to the King of Pop!
Today marks what would have been the 58th birthday of Michael Joseph Jackson, born Aug. 29, 1958. The King of Pop began his career as a young child, performing with his brothers in the Jackson 5. His first solo studio album, "Got to Be There," was released in 1972 when Jackson was 14. His fifth
Tyler Perry Offers to Pay for Funeral of Twin Girls Left in Hot Car
Actor and director Tyler Perry has offered to pay the funeral expenses for the 15-month old twin girls who died last week after being left in a hot car in Carrollton, Georgia, ABC News has confirmed. Ariel and Alaynah North died Aug. 4 after they were reportedly left alone inside their father's
Father Arrested in Hot Car Deaths of 15-Month-Old Twins
The Georgia father of 15-month-old twins who died after being left in a hot car Thursday was arrested overnight, police said.
Massachusetts Teen Accused of Urging Boyfriend to Commit Suicide Must Stand Trial
It has been two years since a Massachusetts teenager allegedly urged her boyfriend to take his own life. Now, the state’s highest court is ordering her to stand trial in his death. Conrad Roy III died of carbon monoxide poisoning in July 2014 after locking himself inside his truck in a Kmart
Freddie Gray: Highest-Ranking Officer Set to Stand Trial
The highest ranking officer charged for his alleged role in the Freddie Gray case is set to be tried before a Baltimore Circuit Court judge this Thursday. Here's what we know so far: Who is Freddie Gray? On April 12, 2015, Freddie Gray was pursued by cops on bicycles through the streets of
4th Officer Stands Trial for Involvement in Freddie Gray's Death
Lt. Brian Rice has plead not guilty to charges against him in the Gray case.
5 Officers Still Facing Charges in Freddie Gray Death
Earlier this week a judge found Baltimore police officer Edward Nero not guilty on four misdemeanor charges for his role in the events leading up the arrest and death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray . Gray broke his neck while riding unsecured in the back of a police van in April 2015. His death
5 Indicted in Deadly NYC Building Fire Caused by Alleged Illegal Gas Line
Five people have been indicted today in connection with a fatal March 2015 building explosion in Manhattan's East Village that left two people dead and more than 20 injured. Maria Hrynenko, 56, the building's owner; her son Michael Hyrnenkdo, 30; Athanasios Ioannidis, 59; and Dilber Kukic, 40, were
Massachusetts Teen Fights Involuntary Manslaughter Charge in Boyfriend’s Suicide
A teenager from Massachusetts could be one step closer to standing trial for allegedly convincing her 18-year-old boyfriend to commit suicide. Michelle Carter, 18, whom prosecutors accuse of encouraging her boyfriend to kill himself in text messages, is appealing her involuntary manslaughter charge