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Young Hollywood chats with Diddy about the photo gallery opening and what Michael Jackson meant to him.|P. Diddy|Kim Porter|Young Hollywood|
Gina DiNunno interviews Terri Stevens, the latest cast-off for Project Runway. She discusses her views on Keith, her runway dress and being a Michael Jackson impersonator.|Project Runway|Gina DiNunno|
Brooklyn party-rockers Holy Ghost! host this week's Subterranean.
The "King of Pop" stops by Virgin Records in Times Square to say hello to 'TRL' and NYC!
After three days of deliberations, the jury decided that Michael Jackson was the victim of his own bad choices. CBS News' Ben Tracy reports.
An upcoming T-Mobile commercial spoofs the royal wedding between Prince William and Kate Middleton; Michael Jackson's influence is seen at a remote mountainous area in China; a 7-year-old gets to live his dream of being a soldier and time lapse video shows a storm cloud covering Raleigh, N.C.
Michael Jackson's daughter, Paris, remains hospitalized following a suicide attempt but her family says she is doing fine. "Entertainment Tonight" co-host Nancy O'Dell talks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about the latest Jackson family drama.
The Jackson family feud seems to be getting more ugly and confusing by the day. Kevin Frazier of "The Insider" speaks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about the feud, which appears to be about Michael Jackson's estate and who should control it.
"CBS This Morning" takes a look at some of the day's headlines from around the globe.
CBS News legal analyst Jack Ford speaks to the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts about the new lawsuit against Michael Jackson's concert promoter, AEG Live.
Jury selection begins in a lawsuit over Michael Jackson's death. As Bill Whitaker reports, Jackson's mother is suing his concert promoter for a reported $40 billion.
As the legendary founder of Motown Records, Berry Gordy Jr. signed many now-iconic stars in the '60s, but one child singer still stands out in his mind. Watch Berry recall seeing a young Michael Jackson audition for Motown with the Jackson 5, and find out why he considered Michael a master even at that age.
Flo Anthony talks about Michael Jackson's Funeral Reception
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