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CNN Evening News for Friday, Jan 18, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The Oprah Winfrey interview with cyclist Lance Armstrong introduced; details given about his charges against others. [Yesterday, former friend Betsy ANDREU†- says Lance owed us to come clean.] [In interview, ARMSTRONG - talks about Emma O'Reilly, whom he has to apologize to and may have sued; states he has not made peace with the Andreuses; outlines the nature of his doping operation.] Armstrong's four lawsuits noted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with "The Secret Race" author Daniel Coyle, "Bicycling" magazine editor Bill STrickland and CNN's Jeffrey Toobin about Armstrong, doping and his interview. [STRICKLAND - comments on his exchanges with Lance about the interview, how Lance has dominated his career, his feelings about coming to know Lance doped.] [COYLE, TOOBIN - speculate about why Lance won't admit about what Betsy claimed he said.] [STRICKLAND, TOOBIN, COYLE - speculate about why Lance did the interview and why he claimed to stop doping after 2005.] Other material: [In interview, ARMSTRONG - refuses to talk about what Betsy said.] [Last night, Betsy ANDREU - says Lance dropped the ball by not admitting the truth.]

Reporter(s):
Cooper, Anderson
Duration:
00:13:10

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