Guilty: A Los Angeles jury found Michael Jackson's former doctor, Conrad Murray, guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the death of the pop star. The Los Angeles Times reports that since the judge denied Murray bail, he is unlikely to consider a minimum sentence of probation.
Coming Forward: Represented by high-profile women's rights attorney Gloria Allred, a Chicago woman has come forward with new allegations of sexual harassment against Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain, the New York Times reports.
Adjusting Tactics: Metropolitan Police Department Chief Cathy Lanier said local police will "adjust tactics as needed" in responding to the Occupy DC protesters, who Lanier said have become increasingly confrontational and violent. The Washington Post has the story.
Overdraft Settlement: Union Bank, the first defendant in an overdraft fee class action to have a class certified against it, revealed in court papers that it has agreed to a $35 million settlement, according to Am Law Litigation Daily.
Smokin' Joe: Boxing legend Joe Frazier died on Monday, his family confirmed. The Philadelphia Inquirer, in its obituary, notes that Frazier "punched meat in a Philadelphia slaughterhouse before Rocky."