Presley: Jackson Knew He Would 'End Up' Like Elvis

Michael Jackson's first wife, Lisa Marie Presley, said that Jackson often thought about death and worried he would "end up" like Elvis, who died at 42 of a heart attack thought to be brought on by chronic drug abuse.

Search Under Way for Missing Crewman in Alaska

Yom, a Chinese national, was last seen at 11:30 a.m. Thursday. He was discovered missing after he didn't report for his shift seven hours later and could not be found during a five-hour search of the ship.

International Oil Companies Poise for Return to Iraq

The bigger risk, however, might be failing to seize whatever opportunity presents itself in a country with the third-largest petroleum reserves in the world.

What Will Happen to Michael Jackson's Kids?

The King of Pop may be dead but a long-lived legal battle over the custody of Michael Jackson's three kids could be in the works

Kendra Wilkinson Says She Cheated on Hugh Hefner for Sex

At age 83, Hef has shown us time and time again that he's good at loving the ladies and then moving on. Take a look at some of the women he's wooed over the years.

Cheerleading Most Dangerous Female Sport in U.S.

Cheerleading continues to cause more serious and deadly injuries by far than other sports, according to UNC study.

Jena 6 Case Concludes With Plea Bargain

Five of six black teens accused of beating a white classmate have pleaded no contest to misdemeanor simple battery, after one of the largest civil rights demonstrations in many years in 2006.

MJ: From ABC to King of Shock, as Easy as 1-2-3

Michael Jackson was only 50 when he died, but his success spanned several half-generations. And each decade of his career left a distinctly different impression on his newest fans.

Scientists Get First Image of Memory Being Made

The image shows that proteins are created at connections between brain cells when a long-term memory is formed.