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Lance Armstrong bestrode the sport of cycling like a colossus between 1999 and 2005. His feat of winning seven consecutive titles at the Tour de France -- arguably the world's toughest sporting event -- was like the demigod Hercules completing his "
Cycling legend Lance Armstrong's fall from grace was completed Monday, when the sport's governing body stripped him of all seven Tour de France titles and banned him for life on the heels of a damning report from U.S. officials that concluded he
Meridian resident Robert Sumner knows there is no chance of winning an international lottery or sweepstakes. In fact, hes first to tell you its against the law in the United States. But that doesnt stop them from sending me applications, he says.
About 4,500 vote-by-mail ballots apparently were labeled and had been sitting at a U.S. Postal Service plant in San Jose for a week, Santa Cruz County elections officials said. County Clerk Gail Pellerin became concerned Friday when she hadn't
October 17, 2012 (Issue # 1731) The Russian and U.S. postal services have agreed on measures designed to speed up the delivery of American parcels to Russia...U.S. to the Russian Federation at the earliest possible date, the press service of the
Postal customers in Vail and Avon can take advantage of a new program called street addressing. The program allows post office box holders to give the street address of their post office to internet and catalog companies, so packages will come to the
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Lance Armstrong cheated to reach the top of world cycling through a doping program in place within his former team, the most advanced in the history of sport, according to the Agency U.S. Anti-Doping (Usada),
Postal Service is holding a meeting on Thursday evening concern possible changes in operational hours of its business site in Saginaw. The meeting concerning the Saginaw Post Office starts at 6 p.m. at the Saginaw Branch Civic Center, 70 Highway 26.
The best news anywhere in the U.S. economy over the past three months has been in the government sector, where unemployment has dropped dramatically from 5.7 percent in July to 5.1 percent in August to 4.3 percent in September, according to the
Postal Service has just given Las Vegas a massive reality check, and perhaps also a backhanded compliment. Here's what happened: The fine folks who deliver our mail came out with some new stamps this month, which happens to be National Stamp