CBS Evening News for Monday, Jul 07, 2014
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(London: Mark Phillips) The decision to start this year’s Tour de France cycling event in Britain, where organizers hope that the Tour’s scandal-riddled past, including Lance Armstrong’s admission to doping, will be forgotten featured; details given about the burden of public skepticism. [American cyclist Andrew TALANSKY- says it’s a responsibility to provide something the American public can believe in.]
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