Producer Abrams options new Armstrong book ... 'Wire' star Robert Chew dead at 52 ... Longoria to be on stage at inauguration ... Woman drops suit against Bieber ... News from United Press International.
Djokovic notches another win in Australia ... Sharapova continues strong Australian run ... Gentry out as coach of Suns ... Critics unmoved by Armstrong's interview ... Sports news from United Press International.
Notre Dame knew of Te'o hoax weeks ago … IOC strips Armstrong of 2000 bronze medal … DeCamillis leaves Cowboys, goes to Bears … 'Vertical forces' led to Olympian's death … Sports news from United Press International.
Oregon's Kelly named Eagles head coach ... Armstrong compensation offer rejected ... Spurs sued over Nov. 29 game at Miami ... Tickets to cost $6 for Sochi Olympics Park ... Sports news from United Press International.
Report: Mike McCoy new Chargers head coach ... Armstrong admits doping to Oprah ... Panthers, Charlotte talk stadium upgrade ... Top Butler scorer out for at least 2 games ... Sports news from United Press International.
Autopsy: Belcher drunk during slaying ... Lance Armstrong says sorry to Livestrong ... D-Backs extend closer Putz for one year ... Chiefs tap John Dorsey as new GM ... Sports news from United Press International.
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