After the Morning Meeting

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We continue to see new developments in the death of Michael Jackson. Vigils are being held throughout the day, and emotional statements from those who were closest with Jackson are being released. We'll speak to some of the people who most influenced the King of Pop's life, including a fellow celebrity who was with him in his final moments. A statement from the LA coroner will be also be made this afternoon. Will we hear the cause of Jackson's death?

We'll also be following up on the passing of another 70's icon- Farrah Fawcett. Her long battle with cancer ended yesterday afternoon. The pin-up icon and "Charlie's Angels" starstruggled throughher final months in television documentaries and in the tabloids.

In Washington today, Obama will be speaking with the German chancellor about the threats in Iran and North Korea. We'll be going live to their statements later in our broadcast.

Will Gov. Sanford resign? There arecall for him to step down after the admission of his affair and allegations of using state money for travel to Argentina.