Lance Armstrong Settles $100M Lawsuit With US GovernmentLance Armstrong has reached a $5 million settlement with the federal government in a whistleblower lawsuit that could have sought $100 million in damages from the cyclist.
Lance Armstrong Faces November Trial In $100 Million LawsuitU.S. District Judge Christopher Cooper on Thursday set a Nov. 6 trial start in Washington. Armstrong's legal team had asked to postpone trial until 2018 because of a potential scheduling conflict.
Lance Armstrong Loses Bid To Halt $100 Million Lawsuit A federal judge has cleared the way for the government's lawsuit seeking $100 million in damages from Lance Armstrong.
Lance Armstrong Asking Judge To End Government LawsuitLance Armstrong has asked a federal judge to end a lawsuit against him by the U.S. government that seeks to recover millions of dollars in sponsorship money the U.S. Postal Service paid to his cycling teams.
Lance Armstrong Settles Lawsuit With Dallas Promotions CompanyArmstrong 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.
Feds After Armstrong's Medical RecordsThe federal government wants Lance Armstrong's medical records because they could prove how far he was willing to go to conceal his PED use from the public.
Feds Demanding Lance Armstrong's Medical RecordsThe federal government wants to see Lance Armstrong's medical records from his treatments for cancer, specifically whether his doctors knew back in 1996 that he was using performance-enhancing drugs.
Armstrong Girlfriend Must Testify, Landis To Produce RecordsLance Armstrong's girlfriend can be questioned under oath about what she knows of his doping past, and his former teammate-turned-antagonist Floyd Landis will have to turn over records of investigations into his own previous doping case, a federal judge has decided.
Lance Armstrong: Postal Service Deal Worth More To FedsLance Armstrong's legal team argued Tuesday that his Tour de France victories were worth far more to sponsor U.S. Postal Service than they were to him.
WADA: Armstrong's Attempt At Reduced Ban 'Almost Too Late'WADA director general David Howman says Lance Armstrong has not done enough to get his life ban reduced and that his latest attempt for rehabilitation is coming too late.
AP Source: Lance Armstrong Meets With USADAA person with knowledge of the meeting tells the AP that cyclist Lance Armstrong talked last week with the head of the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency in hopes of potentially reducing his lifetime ban.
Armstrong To Ride In Livestrong EventLance Armstrong is getting back on his bike this October in Austin, this time to ride and raise money for the charity that he founded and was later pressured to leave.