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Lance Armstrong has finally come clean. Armstrong confessed to doping during an interview with Oprah Winfrey taped Monday, just a couple of hours after a wrenching apology to staff at the Livestrong charity he founded and has now been forced to surrender.
From the basketball courts of Miami to the streets of New York City, Dwayne Wade’s celebrity status is evident.
There’s a change on the way for “CBS This Morning.” CBS News Chief White House Correspondent Norah O’Donnell has been named co-host.
Governor Rick Scott has been the most vocal governor fighting against the Affordable Care Act; but in an interview with CBS This Morning Thursday, Scott indirectly made the case for the individual mandate while discussing how to fix the insurance industry and defending his controversial Medicaid decision.
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush is adamant that he will not be Mitt Romney’s running mate. During an interview with Charlie Rose on “CBS This Morning,” Bush said he’s not going to do it and he’s not going to be asked.
The lawyers for George Zimmerman told CBS This Morning their client has been convicted by the media for the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.
There is new outrage in the Trayvon Martin case, this time coming from the attorney of Travyon’s parents.