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Armstrong 'Unjustly Enriched' Self, Justice Department Says

The department filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the disgraced cyclist who earned millions through his sponsorship with the U.S. Postal Service. According to The Associated Press, Armstrong's attorney called the government's complaint "opportunistic, and insincere."

Routine On U.S. Racetracks, Horse Doping Is Banned In Europe

The Americans and the Europeans have different approaches to horse racing, and one key split is over the question of doping. While many drugs are allowed in the U.S., they are banned in European racing.

Hackers Tweak FIFA On Corruption, As Reform Advocate Quits

FIFA's efforts to rehabilitate its tarnished public image were dealt twin setbacks Monday, as the Twitter account of the international soccer federation was hacked and used to send a message joking about corruption. And a member of its reform committee quit, saying their work was pointless.

Underdogs Shine In Early Stages Of NBA Playoffs

Weekend Edition Sunday host Rachel Martin talks with NPR's Mike Pesca for his take on the sports news of the week, including how the NBA playoffs are taking shape.

Week In Sports: Red Sox's Good Week A Bright Spot For Boston

Weekend Edition Saturday host talks with and ESPN Magazine contributor Howard Bryant about the how the baseball seasons is going for a few teams and also how the NBA playoffs are shaping up.

Pat Summerall Was The 'Voice Of Football,' Says John Madden

Known for his succinct style on the air, the broadcaster was teamed with the exuberant Madden for years on CBS and Fox. He was also the voice of the Masters golf tournament and U.S. Open tennis. Summerall died Tuesday. He was 82.