Lance Armstrong Settles Federal Fraud Case for $5 Million

Armstrong agrees to pay $5 Million to the government, along with $1.65 Million to Floyd Landis for his legal costs, for the "bogus" and "wrongheaded" case his lawyer claims was filed against him.

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DEATH PENALTY? Here's Your Chance, Trump.

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Trump May Not Be, But I Am My Brother's Keeper

After the Holocaust, the world said, "NEVER AGAIN!" Ripping children away from their parents under the pretense of community safety supported by alleged Christians is not of God - not the God I worship.

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40 Years of Irreplaceable Experience Walks Out the Door of the Justice Department

Clueless tweets trashing our justice system come with a cost.

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