Since the HBO documentary "Leaving Neverland" aired, many institutions around the world have distanced themselves from Michael Jackson's work. But some museums in Europe are going ahead with an exhibit that details the cultural phenomenon that is Michael Jackson.
Renata Flores, an indigenous Peruvian, is also an Internet sensation. That happened after a video of her singing a Michael Jackson hit went viral. Flores wasn't singing the song in English or Spanish. Instead, she sang it in her native tongue, Quechua.
Geo Quiz: We're looking for a statue of the late Michael Jackson that sits outside a soccer stadium in England. The team was recently sold and locals want the statue removed. The old owner says the statue must stay. Where is the statue located?
For many travelers, dinner consists of room service, or fast food. But Jay Savasni wasn't satisfied with the norm, so he went about creating an online service that connects travelers with people willing to share a home-cooked meal with them.
The King of Pop says 'This is It.' That's what Michael Jackson is calling a 50-consecutive-night comeback he's planning for London this summer. For more, The Takeaway turns to Britain's Chris Hawkins, a presenter on the BBC's 6Music radio station.
When news broke of Michael Jackson's death, people around his hometown of Gary, Indiana, made their way to his childhood home. Chicago Public Radio reporter Michael Puente was in Gary last night, and is on The Takeaway to talk about the scene there.
What will Michael Jackson be remembered for: his work as a musical artist or his latter-day weirdness? Joining The Takeaway to discuss Jackson's legacy is Bill Wyman, former arts editor for Salon and writer for the blog ?Hitsville.'
Michael Jackson was planning a 50-consecutive-night comeback in London this summer, and fans snapped up the pricey tickets. For more, The Takeaway talks to Chris Hawkins, a presenter on the BBC's 6Music radio station.
Farrah Fawcett died after a long fight with cancer, and she will be remembered for a haircut that inspired generations of 'dos. Joining The Takeaway is April Barton, celebrity hairstylist and owner of the salon in New York's Chelsea Hotel.
The media coverage of Michael Jackson's death irritated people who wanted to hear news on other topics, including two wars involving American troops and unrest in Iran. Joining The Takeaway is Don Gomez of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America.
Many questions remain about Michael Jackson's death, but the most immediate issue is the future of his three young children. Journalist and author Diane Dimond joins The Takeaway to talk about Jackson as a parent and who might take charge of his children.