Coroner: Determining cause of Jackson's death will take weeks

Determining the cause of Michael Jackson's sudden death on Thursday will require further neuropathology and pulmonary tests that will take four to six weeks, Los Angeles County coroner's spokesman Craig Harvey said on Friday following a three-hour autopsy of the singer's body. According to Harvey, there were no signs of foul play or trauma to the body during the autopsy. Jackson was apparently taking some unspecified prescription medications.