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  • Barry Bonds, center, arrives with an unidentified man, right, for his criminal trial at a federal courthouse in San Francisco on Thursday, March 24, 2011. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)

    Lead BALCO investigator on witness stand

    Jeff Novitzky, the tall, unflappable lead investigator of the government's nine-year sports doping investigation will likely fold himself back into the witness stand for a second day as the lead witness in the Barry Bonds' criminal trial.


  • Mark Geragos, left, and Paula Canny, attorneys for Greg Anderson, former trainer of baseball player Barry Bonds, speak to reporters outside of a federal court, Tuesday, March 22, 2011, in San Francisco. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)

    Lead BALCO investigator on witness stand in Bonds' trial

    Jeff Novitzky, the tall, unflappable lead investigator of the government's nine-year sports doping investigation will likely fold himself back into the witness stand for a second day as the lead witness in the Barry Bonds' criminal trial.


  • San Francisco Giants fan Thomas Peterson holds a baseball that Barry Bonds signed as he left federal court Wednesday, April 13, 2011, in San Francisco. A federal jury convicted Bonds of a single charge of obstruction of justice Wednesday but failed to reach a verdict on the three counts at the heart of allegations that he knowingly used steroids and human growth hormone and lied to a grand jury about it. (AP Photo/Noah Berger)

    Lead BALCO investigator finishes Bonds testimony

    The federal investigator who headed up the probe that led to the Barry Bonds' perjury case has finished testifying on day three of the slugger's trial.


  • Barry Bonds, center, arrives with an unidentified man, right, for his criminal trial at a federal courthouse in San Francisco on Thursday, March 24, 2011. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)

    Bonds lawyer starts to pick at government's case

    With prosecutors saying Barry Bonds lied about using steroids, the home run king's lead attorney started picking at the government's case Tuesday, attacking witnesses expected to accuse Bonds of willfully taking drugs to make him hit the ball harder and farther.


  • Lance Armstrong (Associated Press)

    U.S. investigators reportedly interview anti-doping officials

    U.S. investigators interviewed French anti-doping officials at Interpol headquarters Tuesday as part of a probe into allegations of drug use by cyclists, including Lance Armstrong, a French official told The Associated Press.


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