Keeping Pace With Doping, Jobs For Veterans, And A Chat With Atmosphere

Lance Armstrong (left) and Tyler Hamilton compete in the 90th Tour de France in 2003. Hamilton later testified in the doping case brought against Armstrong and the U.S. Postal cycling team i

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Lance Armstrong (left) and Tyler Hamilton compete in the 90th Tour de France in 2003. Hamilton later testified in the doping case brought against Armstrong and the U.S. Postal cycling team

Lance Armstrong (left) and Tyler Hamilton compete in the 90th Tour de France in 2003. Hamilton later testified in the doping case brought against Armstrong and the U.S. Postal cycling team

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In this week's podcast of Weekends on All Things Considered, hear about how scientists find doping athletes, the scarcity of jobs for highly skilled veterans, and what makes Atmosphere's MC tick.

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