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  1. Nike forced to hand over communications with Lance Armstrong, US Judge ordersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 30, 2015 | Cycling News

    US District Judge Marco Hernandez has decided that sportswear company Nike must hand over communications between it and its former sponsored athlete, disgraced seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong, in an on-going legal battle, according to a report in USA Today . Lawyers representing the federal government had requested to see communications between Nike and Armstrong as part of the whistleblower lawsuit, a civil fraud lawsuit against Armstrong.

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  2. Nike told to hand over docs in Armstrong whistleblower caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 30, 2015 | New York Daily News

    Lance Armstrong was paid about $30 million by the U.S. Postal Service during his run to seven Tour de France titles. Now that the truth is known, the apparel giant says it had no knowledge of Armstrong's cheating until he confessed in 2013 - and Nike is in federal court, fighting to keep the lid on its internal deliberations about Armstrong, whom the company dumped in 2012.

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  3. Nike must turn over Lance Armstrong emails to feds in $100M post office case, judge rulesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 30, 2015 | ABA Journal

    Hoping to win a civil fraud lawsuit against Lance Armstrong that could reap as much as $100 million in damages, the U.S. government has been seeking access to emails between the famed cyclist and his now-former corporate sponsor, Nike. Armstrong wants the emails produced, too, because they could help bolster his argument that the U.S. Postal Service, which spent some $30 million sponsoring his team, pretty much got what it paid for despite a doping scandal that subsequently unfolded, USA Today reports.

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  4. Lance Armstrong is being sued by the federal governmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 29, 2015 | The News-Press

    A federal judge ruled Nike must turn over communications with Lance Armstrong as part of the federal government's $100 civil fraud suit against the former cyclist. Judge rules Nike must turn over communications with Lance Armstrong A federal judge ruled Nike must turn over communications with Lance Armstrong as part of the federal government's $100 civil fraud suit against the former cyclist.

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  5. Doping cloud lingered over world championshipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 29, 2015 | The Age

    Richmond, Virginia International Cycling Union chief Brian Cookson would not say his name but Lance Armstrong and a rogues' gallery of disgraced cyclists remained on the lips of many at the cycling world championships. Back on US roads for the first time since 1986, the week-long event attracted nearly a half million flag-waving, cowbell-clanging spectators and helped pour $US128 million into the local economy by the time it ended on Sunday.

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  6. Lance Armstrong settles with promoter over Tour de France bonusesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 29, 2015 | The Age

    Dallas, Texas Self-confessed drug cheat Lance Armstrong has settled a cycling promotion court fight on confidential terms but still has a lawsuit over a US Postal Service sponsorship to contend with. Armstrong settled two related lawsuits with SCA Promotions over claims his doping practices cheated the company out of millions of dollars in bonuses paid for three of his seven Tour de France titles, the promoter said in a statement.

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  7. Armstrong cloud lingers over world championshipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 28, 2015 | Reuters

    Lance Armstrong, founder of the LIVESTRONG foundation, takes part in a special session regarding cancer in the developing world during the Clinton Global Initiative in New York September 22, 2010. International Cycling Union chief Brian Cookson would not say his name but Lance Armstrong and a rogues' gallery of disgraced cyclists remained on the lips of many at the cycling world championships.

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  8. Lance Armstrong settles case with promotions companyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 28, 2015 | Amarillo.com

    With a payment and an apology, Lance Armstrong has settled a decade-long dispute with a promotions company that sought repayment of more than $10 million in bonuses it paid the former cyclist during a career that was later exposed to be fueled by performance-enhancing drugs. Dallas-based SCA Promotions first pursued evidence of doping against Armstrong in 2005.

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  9. Analysis - Armstrong cloud lingers over world championshipsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 28, 2015 | Channelnewsasia.com

    International Cycling Union chief Brian Cookson would not say his name but Lance Armstrong and a rogues' gallery of disgraced cyclists remained on the lips of many at the cycling world championships. Cyclist Lance Armstrong of the U.S. signs autographs during a break as he takes part in Geoff Thomas's 'One Day Ahead' charity event during a stage of the 102nd Tour de France cycling race from Muret to Rodez, France, July 16, 2015.

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  10. Armstrong Settles with Dallas Insurer Over Tour de France BonusesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 28, 2015 | Insurance Journal West

    Lance Armstrong settled a cycling promotion court fight on confidential terms but still has a lawsuit over a U.S. Postal Service sponsorship to contend with. Armstrong settled two related lawsuits with SCA Promotions Inc. over claims the former champion cyclist's doping practices cheated it out of millions of dollars in bonuses paid for three of his seven Tour de France titles, the promoter said Sunday in a statement.

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  11. Armstrong - settles case with - promotions companyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 27, 2015 | The Gleaner

    With a payment and an apology, Lance Armstrong has settled a decade-long dispute with a promotions company that sought repayment of more than US$10 million in bonuses it paid the former cyclist during a career that was later exposed to be fuelled by performance-enhancing drugs. Dallas-based SCA Promotions first pursued evidence of doping against Armstrong in 2005.

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  12. Sport24.co.za | 'Sorry' Armstrong settles lawsuitRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 27, 2015 | News24

    With a payment and an apology, Lance Armstrong has settled a decade-long dispute with a promotions company that sought repayment of more than $10 million in bonuses it paid the former cyclist during a career that was later exposed to be fueled by performance-enhancing drugs. Dallas-based SCA Promotions first pursued evidence of doping against Armstrong in 2005.

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  13. Lance Armstrong settles dispute with SCA PromotionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 27, 2015 | New York Daily News

    The disgraced cyclist settled a dispute with SCA Promotions, the Dallas company that had been demanding a $10 million payback for money Armstrong had taken while lying under oath, insisting in a 2005 deposition that his Tour de France wins weren't fueled by performance enhancing drugs and methods. Armstrong and company officials have not disclosed the details of the deal.

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  14. Report: Armstrong pays $10 million to settle SCA litigation caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 27, 2015 | Cycling News

    The Sunday Times has reported that Lance Armstrong and his management company Tailwind Sports Corporation have settled their legal battle with the SCA Promotions company, apparently paying more than $10 million to the company that agreed an insurance policy covering the cost of bonus payments for Armstrong's Tour de France victories. David Walsh reports in the British newspaper that Armstrong has now settled all but one of his legal battles after confessing to doping, with only the case initiated by the US Justice Department and former friend and teammate Floyd Landis outstanding.

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  15. Armstrong-Landis battle escalates in whistleblower caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 23, 2015 | Cycling News

    The bickering between Lance Armstrong and his former teammate Floyd Landis continues to escalate as Armstrong's lawyers call Landis' attempts to get him to give exact details of his past doping "abusive, unreasonable and oppressive". Armstrong admitted to doping in January 2013, several months after the US Anti-Doping Agency banned him for life following a lengthy investigation, which Landis was a part of.

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  16. Judge limits what Landis can ask ArmstrongRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 23, 2015 | USA Today

    A federal judge is limiting the amount of questions Floyd Landis can ask Lance Armstrong about details of his doping in cycling. The questions are part of a civil fraud case involving the former cyclists.

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  17. Feud escalates between Lance Armstrong, Floyd LandisRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 22, 2015 | Door Reminder

    Feud escalates between Lance Armstrong, Floyd Landis Floyd Landis is still trying to get Lance Armstrong to pay for what he did. Check out this story on greenbaypressgazette.com: http://usat.ly/1Ktym5l Floyd Landis sued Lance Armstrong, Bill Stapleton, Barton Knaggs and others in 2010, accusing them of fraud under the False Claims Act.

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  18. England prop Dan Cole: We need to stay switched onRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 19, 2015 | This is Local London

    Prop Dan Cole knows Wales and Australia will be scenting blood after confessing England switched off during the alarming scrum malfunction that led to Fiji's try. The hosts opened the World Cup with a 35-11 victory at Twickenham, delivering an injury-time bonus point after the arrival of second-half reinforcements from the bench rescued a team that was drifting.

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  19. Mechanism for electron transfer within and between proteinsRead the original story

    Sep 19, 2015 | CiteULike

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  20. Ghost in the Shell was Made for Virtual RealityRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 19, 2015 | Kotaku

    Ghost in the Shell has always been about futuristic stuff, so seeing it in 3D in a planetarium-like dome was rather fitting. At Production I.G's booth at this year's Tokyo Game Show is a mini theater for their upcoming virtual reality app , ae' ae ae Ya *esS Virtual Reality Diver .

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