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Armstrong urges judge to dismiss govt lawsuit

Cyclist Lance Armstrong urged a federal judge Tuesday to dismiss the Justice Department's False Claims Act lawsuit against him, arguing that that the Postal Service got its money's worth out of its sponsorship deal and that the claims are barred by the statute of limitations. Full story

Is Cycling the New Golf? The Case for a Bike-Friendly Office

Advice from two bike-friendly companies on how to boost morale and productivity with an easy switch. Full story

Armstrong admits doping to Oprah

   In an interview with Oprah Winfrey, Lance Armstrong admitted taking banned substances to enhance his cycling performance.  NBC's Kurt Gregory reports.

Lance Armstrong’s confession may impact Olympics

   A member of the International Olympic Committee said cycling could be dropped from the games if Armstrong implicates those who oversee the sport. NBC’s Anne Thompson reports.

NY Times reporter on Armstrong article: ‘He really wants to get back’

   Throughout his celebrated career, champion cyclist Lance Armstrong vehemently denied allegations he was doping, but after a damning drug report last year, he was stripped of his titles and banned for life. The New York Times published an article Friday saying that Armstrong is considering publicly a

Lance Armstrong considering admitting to drug use

   The New York Times reports that the cycling champion is weighing his options on whether or not he should admit to using banned performance enhancing drugs during his cycling career. NBC’s Michelle Franzen reports.

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  What NOW?!: Lance Armstrong scandal is 'really bad'

The alleged doping scandal involving Lance Armstrong has been called one of the most sophisticated of its kind, and is just another example of why Alex Wagner says “the 21st century will break your heart.” The panel discusses and reacts to the biking scandal.

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