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Attorney: Doctor Found Jackson in Bed With Pulse

A lawyer for the doctor who was with Michael Jackson when he died says the physician found the entertainer in his bed with a faint pulse.

Nation's First Mounted Police Unit to Be Disbanded

The nation's first Mounted Unit will be disbanded Tuesday because of budget cuts, its 12 horses given new homes — at least until the city can come up with funds to restore the unit.

380,000 Lbs. of Beef Recalled Over E. Coli Concerns

JBS Swift Beef Co. of Greeley, Colo., is voluntarily expanding its beef recall to include about 380,000 pounds of products because of possible E.

Victim of Chimp Attack Feared Animal, Brothers Say

A Connecticut woman mauled and blinded by a chimpanzee in February had feared the animal might hurt someone and described him as mean and so strong that she had to repair his cage several times, her brothers said.

Federer, V. Williams in Bids for 6th Wimbledon Titles

As Week 1 gives way to Week 2 at Wimbledon on Monday, the primary story lines have not shifted since the beginning of the tournament.

World's Ugliest Dog Winners Unveiled

Pabst, a boxer-mix rescued from a shelter by Miles Egstad of Citrus Heights, California, won the annual contest on Friday at the Sonoma-Marin Fair in Northern California.

Gunman Kills 3 Outside Los Angeles Pizzeria

A gunman fired into a group of people outside a pizza restaurant where a motorcycle club was holding a fundraising event, killing three people and wounding seven.

Jackson Ex-Nanny: Pop Star Was Addicted to Prescription Meds

Michael Jackson's former long-time nanny said she often had to pump the King of Pop's stomach after he swallowed too many prescription medications, the Sunday Times of London reports.