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10 Things to Know for Friday
Among 10 Things to Know: Raul Castro retires as Cuban president; prosecutor says Prince thought he was taking common painkiller; Gaza protest camps moved closer to Israel border fence.
Lance Armstrong settles $100M lawsuit with US government
Lance Armstrong reaches $5 million settlement with the federal government in a lawsuit that could have sought $100 million in damages from the former cyclist
A timeline of Lance Armstrong's cycling career
A timeline of Lance Armstrong's cycling career and legal troubles after his cheating was exposed
France to strip Syria's Bashar al-Assad of major award after suspected chemical attack
France has started the process of revoking Syrian President Bashar al-Assad ’s Legion of Honor award, the Elysée Palace told ABC News today. The Legion of Honor, which is France’s highest distinction, was awarded to Assad by former French president Jacques Chirac in 2001. This announcement comes a
Netflix documentary 'Icarus' spotlights Russian doping whistleblower
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- "Icarus," a documentary that deepens understanding of how easily the global anti-doping system was gamed, was the opening-night feature of the American Film Institute's AFI DOCS festival in June. Leading man Grigory Rodchenkov was unable to attend. He is currently under the
Russian Olympic team banned from 2018 Winter Olympics in South Korea
The IOC Disciplinary Commission found that there was a "systematic manipulation of the anti-doping rules and system in Russia."
'Icarus': How amateur cyclist stumbled into secret world of Russian doping
Filmmaker Bryan Fogel started out making a documentary about taking performance-enhancing drugs but then everything changed.
'Icarus': How an amateur cyclist stumbled into the secret world of Russian doping
The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi was a grand spectacle of Russian glory. The host country took home an impressive 13 gold medals, which spiked national pride in Russia and boosted President Vladimir Putin ’s stature. But after the pomp and pageantry faded, there were explosive accusations claiming
Trump defends Bill O'Reilly amid sexual harassment scandal
Lisa Bloom, the attorney for Dr. Wendy Walsh, who has accused O'Reilly of sexual harassment, reacts to Trump's statement to The New York Times that he doesn't "think Bill would do anything wrong."