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Jackson Family Feud: Where Will Michael Be Buried?

In a move that highlights decades of internal feuding, Michael Jackson's family is locked in a stubborn battle over what to do with the king of pop's remains.

Italy's Nocentini in First Place in Tour de France

Italy's Rinaldo Nocentini captured the yellow jersey in Friday's seventh stage of the Tour de France, and Alberto Contador swiped second place from Lance Armstrong.

Ships Ending Search for Air France Black Boxes

Ships have been called off the search for the black boxes of crashed Air France Flight 447, a U.S. Commander said Friday.

More Disturbed Graves Found in Illinois Cemetery Scam

Authorities say about 30 more cases of disturbed graves have turned up at a historic black cemetery in Illinois where four people are accused of unearthing hundreds of corpses in a scheme to resell burial plots.

Billy Mays' Final TV Pitches Set To Air

In the Mighty Tape pitch, Mays dons scuba gear, goes underwater and punctures a hole in the hose connecting the air tank to his mouth

Palin Move All About the Benjamins?

Bristol's ex Levi Johnston says Alaska governor resigned over finances, wants 'lucrative' deals

Watergate Figure Threatens Suit Over Damaging Tapes

Watergate figure John Dean is now threatening to sue a college history professor over tapes that suggest Dean is covering up details of his role in the most infamous political scandal in American history.

Iranian Opposition Remains Defiant

Tehran's police chief would not say how many people were arrested during opposition protests that erupted a day earlier in the Iranian capital — in the latest attempt to revive street demonstrations over the country's disputed election.

State Investigates Racial Discrimination at Pa. Club Pool

State officials will probe accusations of racial discrimination against a suburban Philadelphia swim club that allegedly reacted to a visiting group of minority children by asking them not to return.