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Originally posted 09/26/2014 12:45PM
As Breast Cancer Awareness Month approaches, two of music's most high-profile survivors are speaking out about winning their battles with the disease.
Originally posted 07/15/2014 06:00PM
Sheryl Crow hasn't given up on finding "the one" – though when she does, she may not meet him at the altar.
Originally posted 05/19/2014 08:45AM
Originally posted 09/13/2013 07:05AM
Lance Armstrong has returned his Olympic bronze cycling medal, the latest fallout from his confession to using performance-enhancing drugs.
Armstrong won the medal at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney. The International Olympic Committee in January vacated the medal Armstrong won in the road time trial. Armstrong Tweeted Thursday that he gave it back and a U.S. Olympic Committee spokesman released a statement confirming its return.
Armstrong's Tweet included a photo of the medal and its blue ribbon along with the message: "The 2000 Bronze is back in possession of @usolympics and will be in Switzerland asap."
Originally posted 06/03/2013 06:25PM
When Lake Bell wed tattoo and fine artist Scott Campell on Saturday, a slew of A-list stars looked on.
With a guest list that was a veritable Who's Who of Hollywood, just how does the couple know all these famous folks?
Originally posted 01/22/2013 02:05PM
There is at least one person who feels empathy for Lance Armstrong in the wake of his shocking doping confession: his ex-fiancée, Sheryl Crow.
Following the cyclist's televised admission to Oprah Winfrey, Crow, 50, appeared on Entertainment Tonight, where she briefly discussed the scandal surrounding her ex.
"I know how hard he worked to win those titles, and you know, it was hard to watch," Crow said, referring to his Tour de France wins. (In August, Armstrong, 41, was stripped of his seven Tour de France titles.)
Originally posted 08/24/2012 02:30PM
Before the cyclist tells all to Oprah Winfrey, see how multiple allegations got his Tour de France titles revoked
Originally posted 01/15/2013 08:30AM
After being stripped of his seven Tour de France titles last August – and apparently lying in interviews for more than a decade – Lance Armstrong has admitted to using performance-enhancing drugs to win his multiple cycling championships, CBS News confirmed.
Armstrong, 41, made the personal confession to Oprah Winfrey in an interview to air over two nights starting Thursday on her OWN network, Winfrey announced Tuesday morning.
Originally posted 10/22/2012 08:05AM
Lance Armstrong has been stripped of his seven Tour de France titles as ordered by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, banning him from the sport for life.
The International Cycling Union announced Monday that it would accept the report issued on Armstrong, 41, which charges him with steroid use as well as using a blood boosters and transfusions to mask performance-enhancing substances in his system. He has continued to deny these allegations.
"Lance Armstrong has no place in cycling," UCI president Pat McQuaid said at a press conference in Geneva on Monday, announcing the ruling.
Originally posted 08/24/2012 01:25PM
By announcing he will no longer fight his investigation by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency – which accused him of using, possessing, trafficking and giving to others performance-enhancing drugs, as well as covering up doping violations – seven-time Tour de France champ Lance Armstrong is being stripped of his titles and prizes going back to Aug. 1, 1998 and banned for life from competing.
"I will no longer address this issue, regardless of the circumstances," Armstrong, a survivor of testicular cancer, said in a statement.
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