News from the Field

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USADA Releases Case Against Armstrong

The U.S. Anti-Doping Agency has released the much-anticipated report detailing the case against Lance Armstrong. The 200-page release was accompanied by over 1,000 pages of documents, including... Read More

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George Hincapie: I Doped

Former road race champion and Lance Armstrong lieutenant George Hincapie today admitted to doping during his professional career, saying that he testified to USADA and federal investigators. In a... Read More

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Montana Landowners Sue Exxon

Montana landowners are suing Exxon Mobil for a July 2011 spill in the Yellowstone River that caused health, livestock, and property damage. Officials in the town of Laurel, where the rupture... Read More

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Plan to Import 18 Belugas Raises Protest

Animal rights activists are protesting the proposed importation of 18 beluga whales to American aquatic parks. Leading the importation initiative is the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, which claims... Read More

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Tanzania Applies for Ivory Firesale

Tanzania has formally applied for permission to unload its more-than-100-ton stock of ivory in a one-off sale. They also want to downgrade the protection of Tanzanian elephants from the highest... Read More