’90s superstars denied entry over steroids
The DOJ has had an embarrassing few weeks.
How the verdicts in the John Edwards and Roger Clemens trials reflect the dour mood of the electorate.
Roger Clemens not guilty in perjury case
‘You’re asking the wrong person to spell’
Clemens is facing the government’s second attempt to prove that he misled a House committee at a hearing in 2008
Trial voided after prosecutors presented jurors with evidence that the judge had ruled out of bounds
McNamee, Pettitte are expected to be star witnesses for the prosecution in the 4-6 week trial
Halladay unanimous NL Cy Young winner - MLB.com
Expectations seemed impossibly high for Roy Halladay in 2010. Imagine what they might be in 2011
We’ve sacrificed too much freedom in the years since 9/11.
Roger Clemens brought the Congressional investigation into his alleged drug use and perjury on himself. He should never have drawn attention to himself.
Clemens entered his plea in U.S. District Court. The arraignment happened a few blocks away from where the retired pitcher swore under oath that he had not used performance-enhancing drugs
Why is Congress investigating Roger Clemens? Don’t members of Congress have better things do?
Oswalt giving Phils what they bargained for - Philadelphia Daily News
It was impossible to predict what all of it would mean come October. But the implications for the here and now are perfectly clear
A champion under siege - NYT
Some fear Lance Armstrong inquiry will taint Livestrong charity
According to a high-profile lawyer in Washington, a possible flaw could turn government’s case against Roger Clemens
Fenway's Hall of Shame candidate - Boston Globe
It was hard to find anyone around Fenway Park yesterday who didn’t have a similar opinion about the pitcher who made his Major League Baseball debut with the Red Sox in 1984
Clemens faces 30 years in pen - NY Post
Former Yankee pitching ace Roger Clemens was indicted yesterday by a federal grand jury on charges of lying at a congressional hearing about his alleged use of performance-enhancing drugs
Roger Clemens to be indicted - NBC Sports
A federal grand jury is poised to indict Roger Clemens for lying under oath to Congress when he denied taking performance-enhancing drugs
Country singer Mindy McCready reveals intimate details of her affair with pitcher Roger Clemens in a new sex tape