By Charles Pelkey • Updated January 25, 2017
Many of the charges being leveled against Lance Armstrong have been around for years. Have they ever been proven or disproven?
By Charles Pelkey • Updated January 17, 2011
An injured reader wants to know if it is "worth all the trouble to file a lawsuit."
By Charles Pelkey • Updated January 9, 2011
A reader wants to know about his options when a private land owner shut off access to a long-used trail.
By Charles Pelkey • Updated January 6, 2011
The Explainer follows up on a few continuing stories and answers a few questions from the inbox.
By Charles Pelkey • Updated December 27, 2010
Q.Dear Explainer, Despite disagreeing on your final conclusion, your coverage of the hit-and-run case in Colorado has been thorough and I
By Charles Pelkey • Updated December 22, 2010
The Explainer reflects on this week's hearing in Colorado in which a court accepted a plea deal for a wealthy defendant and explains why he
By Charles Pelkey • Updated December 16, 2010
An update on the Vail hit-and-run case ... and a look at the defendant's second failure to report.
By Charles Pelkey • Updated December 7, 2010
A reader wants to know what an athletes options might be when that dreaded letter from USADA arrives at your door.
By Charles Pelkey • Updated November 29, 2010
What do a couple of suspended masters racers have to do with the current Federal investigation of doping in cycling? Where are the big
By Charles Pelkey • Published November 18, 2010
Readers offer questions about testing in other sports, methods used in labs and why U.S. investigators are in France.