5 Things To Know This AM — Apr 24 2014

Lance Armstrong's first interview since his Oprah confession asks, "If he didn't win, who did?" (Outside)
Not all Internet content is created equally, and the recent reversal of the F.C.C.'s net-neutrality rules will put that at the forefront. Get ready for the fast lane, folks. (The New York Times)
Well, the Second Amendment got a boost in Georgia now that the "Guns Everywhere" bill allowing firearms to be carried, well, everywhere has been approved. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
In other political news: Mississippi pro-choice advocates received a blow from the government when it signed an anti-abortion bill banning procedures past 20 weeks. (The Clarion-Ledger)
Tech wise, we're on the brink of the second tech bubble. Time to show Silicon Valley the money. (ValleyWag)

Bonus Talking Point:

Recent surveys show that millennials aren't godless — they've just turned their backs on religion. (The Advocate)

lance_smPhoto: Courtesy of Lance Armstrong.

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