Sex assault case against Lance Armstrong's son dropped
A Texas district attorney has rejected a felony sexual assault charge filed earlier this year by Austin police against the son of former cyclist Lance Armstrong. Luke Armstrong was charged in April related to an incident in 2018. A woman told police in November 2020 that she was assaulted by Luke Armstrong after he drove her from a party to his father’s house in Austin.news.yahoo.com
Lance Armstrong has advice for President Trump: Negotiate a cap on your legal fees
Disgraced former professional cyclist Lance Armstrong told CNBC that he has advice for Donald Trump, saying the president should "somehow negotiate, at this point, a cap on his legal fees." Donald Trump in 2013, after Armstrong confessed to dopingArmstrong denied doping charges until a 2013 interview with Oprah Winfrey. The interview prompted then-businessman Donald Trump to tweet "Lance Armstrong did himself great harm last night. Before the downfall: Lance Armstrong is cheered by spectators on the Champs Elysees in Paris, July 25,1999. In 2018, Armstrong told CNBC that his Uber investment "saved" his family after he was forced to pay millions in settlements over his doping scandal.cnbc.com
Strong finish for ESPN's Jordan doc, 'The Last Dance'
The last two episodes of the 10-part Michael Jordan documentary, strung out over the last five Sunday nights, averaged 5.9 million viewers, the Nielsen company said. ABC averaged 3.9 million viewers, NBC had 3.5 million, Fox had 2.8 million, Univision had 1.5 million, ION Television had 1.2 million, Telemundo had 900,000 and the CW had 660,000. Fox News Channel was the most-watched cable network in prime time, averaging 3.39 million viewers. ABC's World News Tonight led the evening newscasts with an average of 10 million viewers last week. NBC's Nightly News had 8.8 million viewers and the CBS Evening News had 6 million.
On this day: July 30
2001: Lance Armstrong becomes the first American to win three consecutive Tours de France. He would go on to more than double that number, winning a total of seven straight through 2005. However, in 2012 the United States Anti-Doping Agency would disqualify him from those races and ban him from cycling for life for doping offenses. Hide Caption
Lance Armstrong ordered to repay $10 million to insurer
Lance Armstrong ordered to repay $10 million to insurer The disgraced cyclist is being ordered to pay $10 million to SCA promotions. The sports-prize insurer paid Armstrong bonuses for winning the Tour de France. CBS News legal analyst Rikki Klieman joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how reopening the case after a settlement is "totally unprecendented."cbsnews.com