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A hidden painting has been discovered on the ceiling of what was once a Newport mansion, and is now the administration building at Salve Regina University.
A man whose prized sports car was stolen 42 years ago recovered the vehicle after spotting it on eBay, authorities said Sunday.
The manslaughter trial against Michael Jackson's doctor begins its second week Monday with prosecutors furthering their examination of an emergency room physician who gave paramedics permission to pronounce the pop superstar dead in the bedroom of his home.
An emergency room physician has told jurors hearing the involuntary manslaughter trial of Michael Jackson's doctor that the physician never mentioned giving the singer a powerful anesthetic.
An emergency room physician told jurors Monday that Michael Jackson's doctor never mentioned that he had given the singer the powerful anesthetic propofol, but acknowledged the disclosure probably wouldn't have saved the King of Pop.
An executive for the maker of a medical device used by Michael Jackson's doctor to monitor the singer told jurors on Friday that the equipment was not adequate for the continuous monitoring of patients.
After just a few moments in Michael Jackson's bedroom, the paramedic dispatched to save the singer's life knew things weren't adding up.
A former patient of the doctor charged in Michael Jackson's death told jurors the physician saved his life.
The first paramedic to reach Michael Jackson's bedroom has told a jury that the information he received from the physician charged in the singer's death didn't add up.