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Morning Roundup: May 5, 2014

By Shawn Dwyer

Michael Jordan's caddy killed by drunk driver, man on LSD walks down street with machetes, 2012 relay team lose medals for doping, and drunk driver hands cop a beer. MORE  

Alex Rodriguez Sues To Overturn MLB Doping Suspension

By McCarton Ackerman

Instead of accepting punishment, the disgraced superstar vows to continue his increasingly quixotic fight. MORE  

Michael Johnson Says Drug-Free Sports World Is Impossible

By McCarton Ackerman

Even though he was "let down" by 2000 Olympic relay teammate, Antonio Pettigrew, in the past, Johnson has admitted that there's not much anyone can do. MORE  

Tennis Toughens Up Anti-Doping Measures

By McCarton Ackerman

The International Tennis Federation will soon require biological passports for all players. MORE  

Armstrong Took HGH, EPO and Testosterone

By Ben Feuerherd

The fallen cycling superstar finally admits to doping throughout his career. MORE  

At Last, Lance Admits Doping

By McCarton Ackerman

Lance Armstrong's belated and widely-expected confession will cost him a fortune. MORE  

Morning Roundup: January 7, 2013

By The Fix staff

The world awaits Lance Armstrong's doping confession, prescription drug costs soar for the US military, and Justin Bieber's people investigate how "pot-smoking" photos leaked.  MORE  

Morning Roundup: December 10, 2012

By The Fix staff

Investigation lifts lid on reckless prescribing, NFL star charged with manslaughter of teammate after "drunk" crash, and unsealed autopsy shows Notorious BIG died sober. MORE  

Morning Roundup: November 14, 2012

By Chrisanne Grise

Tennis considers anti-doping tests, feds and states tangle over pot legalization, and Richie Sambora talks about his booze and painkiller abuse. MORE  

Morning Roundup: October 15, 2012

By The Fix staff

Brazilian cops storm drug-infested Rio slums, New England fungal meningitis outbreak is linked to steroids, and Lance Armstrong's lawyer wants lie detectors all round. MORE  

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