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Former Armstrong aide speaks as fallout from doping probe continues

A former assistant to Lance Armstrong and his cycling team who first told her tale of the team's alleged doping abuses nearly a decade ago says her goal has never been to bring the legendary cyclist down.

Colorado theater shooting suspect faces new charges

A Colorado judge has approved 14 more attempted murder charges against the man accused of killing 12 people at a theater in July.

Endeavour makes its final move

The space shuttle Endeavour is being moved to the California Science Center Friday, its final resting place.

Lance Armstrong's legacy may withstand accusations

The 84 million bright yellow wristbands distributed by Lance Armstrong's cancer charity have become a well-known symbol of strength and perseverance against adversity. "LIVESTRONG," they urge.

Panetta: Cyber threat is pre 9/11 moment

The United States must beef up its cyber defenses or suffer as it did on September 11, 2001 for failing to see the warning signs ahead of that devastating terrorist attack, the Secretary of Defense told a group of business leaders in New York T

Who won Thursday's debate? Martha Raddatz

At times it seemed as if Martha Raddatz, who moderated Thursday's vice presidential debate, was the third debater.

Nelly arrested after agents seize drugs, gun off his tour bus

Ziplock bags of heroin, more than 10 lbs. of marijuana and a .45 calibur pistol were seized from Nelly's tour bus Wednesday evening, the Hudspeth County Sheriff's Office said.

Jobless claims fall to four-year low

Claims for unemployment benefits fell sharply last week to their lowest level in more than four years, but the drop was due mostly to a technical issue.

Florida college: More than 200,000 students' data breached

Authorities are investigating a computer breach at a Florida college that involves data on more than 200,000 students across the state as well as some of the university's top employees, the school announced Wednesday.

Letters by Sandusky, wife blame everyone else

When all was said and done, Jerry and Dottie Sandusky did not ask the judge for mercy. They did not try to extol Jerry's virtues, list good deeds or express regret.