Custody hearings and toxicology results are the most recent headlines related to the star's death

By Kate Ward
Updated July 17, 2009 at 04:00 AM EDT

Michael Jackson’s tragic death — and the slew of questions left behind — continues to dominate the news. The biggest stories:
(1) The custody hearing regarding his three children was pushed back to July 20.
(2) Rumors that Jackson’s ex Debbie Rowe would be paid $4 million for not pursuing custody were ”false,” her lawyer told CNN.
(3) Jackson’s sister La Toya reportedly told a U.K. paper that she believes the superstar was murdered: ”I felt that from the start.”
(4) Toxicology results — which should pinpoint the cause of death — could be made public by the end of the week. That, of course, will spark another deluge of stories.