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Why Lance Armstrong Was 'Certain He Would Never Be Caught'

The Huffington Post | Kelsey McQuade | Posted 10.08.2013 | Entertainment

Alex Gibney began working on his documentary about Lance Armstrong in 2009, back when Armstrong was a cancer survivor and a hero in the world of cycli...

Oprah Almost Didn't Get Lance Armstrong's Confession

Posted 03.05.2013 | Media

It has been almost two months since Oprah got Lance Armstrong's bombshell confession. In a new column, the disgraced athlete told Sports Illustrated t...

Let's Stop the Pretense of Drug Testing of Professional Athletes

Lorie Eber | Posted 04.24.2013 | Fifty
Lorie Eber

We have a tradition of treating players like children, even while we pay them millions of dollars for their skills, perhaps because they make their living competing in games we played as kids.

The Truth About Lying: Reinventing Our Survival Instincts

Russell C. Smith | Posted 04.14.2013 | Impact
Russell C. Smith

As we get older, it becomes clear how cheaters do, in fact, sometimes win. Quite often, they win big and fall to a horrible disgrace when the truth is revealed about their compromised victories.

Armstrong STILL Won't Be Prosecuted For Doping

Reuters | Posted 04.07.2013 | Sports

WASHINGTON, Feb 5 (Reuters) - Disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong's public admission that he took performance-enhancing drugs will not change U.S. prose...

Lance Armstrong's Redemption Song

Midwin Charles | Posted 04.01.2013 | Sports
Midwin Charles

I believe in comebacks and I believe in forgiveness, but they can't happen in the absence of humility, empathy, and genuine remorse. Lance Armstrong has yet to demonstrate any of those things.

Fleeting Responsibility Abounds in 2013

Rev. Seamus P. Finn, OMI | Posted 03.31.2013 | Politics
Rev. Seamus P. Finn, OMI

Is it any wonder that we are bombarded on a daily basis about the new lows to which public confidence in government agencies, elected officials and corporations has sunk?

Feeling the Fall of Lance Armstrong

Garret Kramer | Posted 03.30.2013 | Healthy Living
Garret Kramer

The masses are taking shots at reviled cyclist Lance Armstrong. If you want to jump on the bandwagon, that's your business. Although if you do, you're falling into the same trap that he did.

Another Charity Drops Lance Armstrong

The Huffington Post | Eleanor Goldberg | Posted 01.28.2013 | Impact

Another charity has cut ties with Lance Armstrong. After the disgraced cyclist admitted in an interview with Oprah Winfrey to doping, Athletes for ...

Happy Birthday, Oprah!

The Huffington Post | Christina Anderson | Posted 01.29.2013 | Style

Oprah Winfrey is a legend. The Mississipi native is best known for her long-running talk show, "The Oprah Winfrey Show," where she interviewed everyon...

WATCH: Lance Armstrong Sings 'Creep'

Posted 01.28.2013 | Comedy

Sure, the entire world is mad at Lance Armstrong for systematically and aggressively lying about his doping for years. But has anyone taken a moment t...

The Lance Armstrong Interview -- Your Reactions and One From a Shrink That Might Just Surprise You

John Sharp, M.D. | Posted 03.27.2013 | Media
John Sharp, M.D.

From a psychiatrist's perspective there is something missing from the conversation, something that limits understanding.

Oprah Announces Major Change

Posted 01.25.2013 | Media

One week after her landmark interview with disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong, Oprah switched talent agencies. The Hollywood Reporter reported the news...

Resurrecting Lance: He's Done, but Is He Finished?

Shaahin Cheyene | Posted 03.25.2013 | Sports
Shaahin Cheyene

History has a way of forgiving some who have lied in exchange for the greater good. When and if this happens then is it possible that Armstrong's alleged indiscretions may be seen as stepping stones to the future of sports and human potential?

Lance Isn't Learning

Peter A. Georgescu | Posted 03.25.2013 | Impact
Peter A. Georgescu

I spotted a huge "teaching moment" while listening to Lance Armstrong's controversial confessions to Oprah the other night.

Lance's Losing Cycle: Addicted to Winning

Howard Meitiner | Posted 03.25.2013 | Healthy Living
Howard Meitiner

Lance now has the opportunity to become a powerful advocate for change. For all his faults, he has been a tremendous leader in the fight against cancer. He's not a despicable person and I'd love to see him channel his positive energy into a new cause.

Oprah Gets Some Great News

Reuters | Posted 03.24.2013 | Media

LOS ANGELES, Jan 22 (Reuters) - Some 28 million viewers worldwide watched Oprah Winfrey's two-part interview last week in which cyclist Lance Armstron...

Did Perfectionism Fuel Armstrong's Pervasive Lies?

Dr. Elizabeth Lombardo | Posted 03.24.2013 | Healthy Living
Dr. Elizabeth Lombardo

As the world watched Lance Armstrong finally admit that he had repeatedly used banned substances to fuel his unparalleled Tour de France wins, many were left with a pervasive, nagging, "Why?"

What The Downfall Of Lance Armstrong Can Teach Us About Divorce

Barbara Goldberg | Posted 03.24.2013 | Divorce
Barbara Goldberg

As I watched Armstrong confess his sins, I saw a child of divorce.

Will Bradley Cooper Play Lance Armstrong?

Posted 01.22.2013 | Entertainment

The Lance Armstrong casting rumors have begun! News broke last week that Paramount Pictures and J.J. Abrams are planning a biopic about Armstrong and ...

The One Thing I Hope Lance Armstrong Gets Right

Jim Higley | Posted 03.24.2013 | Parents
Jim Higley

Livestrong will survive and thrive. The millions and millions of cancer survivors and caregivers globally will also thrive because thrive is what we do. But Armstrong's children deserve more than anyone in this entire story.

Naughty But Nice Rob

Lisa Lampanelli Thankful Lance Armstrong Didn't Call Betsy Andreu 'Fat' | Naughty But Nice Rob | Posted 01.22.2013 | Celebrity

Lance Armstrong admitted to Oprah that he is a cheat, a liar and even a bully. Yet the one thing he insists he is not is a man who would call a woman ...

Lance Armstrong's Body Language With Oprah: Defiance, Not Regret

Vanessa Van Edwards | Posted 03.24.2013 | Sports
Vanessa Van Edwards

Lance Armstrong did show some nerves, but very little sadness -- which is the emotion he should have been feeling if he was truly sorry for his cheating and lying. He also showed anger at the accusations, and defiance, which leads me to believe that he still thinks he was justified.

Matthew McConaughey 'Pissed Off' At Lance Armstrong

Posted 01.22.2013 | Celebrity

Lance Armstrong publicly admitted to doping to Oprah Winfrey last week, rattling not only fans but longtime friends like Matthew McConaughey. Speaking...

The Lance Oprah Interview That Wasn't Shown on Air -- Finally, He Breaks Down!

Linda Howard Urbach | Posted 03.24.2013 | Comedy
Linda Howard Urbach

The following is a verbatim transcript. (You can't make this stuff up. Or, then again, maybe you can.)