Arts and Entertainment Glory days: US singer Bruce Springsteen

Bruce Springsteen has scored his tenth UK number one album with High Hopes, beating the likes of David Bowie and Michael Jackson.

David Lister: A surreal ending to pop's most extraordinary life story

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Murray faces jail for killing Jackson

Doctor sits motionless as legal saga ends with guilty verdict – and up to four years in prison

Video: Michael Jackson tribute gig confirmed

The Jackson family announce an MJ tribute concert will be held in Cardiff in October.

Michael Jackson's lawyers battle to save art

Michael Jackson's lawyers are battling to save his $900 million secret art collection.

Conrad Murray claims Jackson self-administered drugs

Michael Jackson's doctor claims he self-administered the drugs that killed him.

'Thriller' jacket sells for £1.1m

A famed black-and-red calfskin jacket that Michael Jackson wore in the "Thriller" music video has sold at auction for $1.8m (£1.1m). Darren Julien, the president of Julien's Auctions in Beverly Hills, said Milton Verret, a commodities trader from Austin, Texas, bought the jacket on Sunday.

Michael Jackson's kids got 'closure' from seeing body

Michael Jackson's children "never cried again" after viewing their father's body.

Video: Michael Jackson waxwork unveiled

Jermaine Jackson helped unveil three different statues of the King of Pop.

Video: Michael Jackson's Thriller jacket up for auction

The red jacket Michael Jackson wore in his Thriller video is going up for auction.

Trailer: Michael Jackson and Bubbles

The Untold Story will be shown today on Nat Geo Wild

Katherine Jackson blasts Michael's estate executors

Katherine Jackson has lashed out at the executors of her son, Michael Jackson's, estate for their lawsuit against charity Heal The World.

Lawyers claim Michael Jackson 'committed suicide due to money worries'

Lawyers acting for Dr. Conrad Murray claim Michael Jackson committed suicide as he was facing financial ruin.

Michael Jackson's dermatologist blamed for addiction

Michael Jackson's dermatologist has been accused of fuelling his addiction to painkillers.

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