Lance Armstrong, Floyd Landis, and the U.S. government await a ruling that could end up costing Armstrong $100 million, or nothing at all.
Just a few more days until Tour de France kicks off, and we have a breakdown of the contenders on this week's VeloNews Show.
Lance Armstrong admits he will risk financial ruin when his $100 million whistleblower lawsuit goes before a jury in the United States
The U.S. government says William Stapleton and Barton Knaggs cannot get out of a False Claims Act suit with a proposed settlement
The legal volley between the Department of Justice and Lance Armstrong continues as the government presses Armstrong on defenses
The U.S. Department of Justice and Lance Armstrong's legal team continue sparring over discovery and defenses
A federal judge has denied Lance Armstrong's request to dismiss a $100 million fraud lawsuit filed against him last year by the U.S.
Summer of 2006: Lance Armstrong, Floyd Landis, Allen Lim, and Frankie Andreu each struggled in their own way with the truth about doping
A federal judge says some of the defendants will be dismissed from the case
District judge expected to carry on with Justice case against former world champion