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Four years later, Michael Jackson fans may receive a more complete accounting of what led to his death. That's because lawyers in Los Angeles representing Jackson's mother are poised to argue that the pop singer's death came by way of the company promoting his comeback tour — and that means plenty of juicy behind-the-scenes details are on their way to tabloid tables.
Attorneys for Michael Jackson's mother have told a judge they will not pursue a civil conspiracy claim in a wrongful death lawsuit against the organizers of the pop singer's planned series of comeback concerts.
Los Angeles City Council members have voted to form a working group to hold discussions with the developers behind a proposed downtown pro football stadium and to order an independent report on the plan's financial details.
Developers of a new NFL stadium on a hilly strip of land east of Los Angeles are sketching out plans for a second high-profile use for the venue: World Cup soccer.