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On Friday, Blatter—who has led soccer's governing body since 1998—won re-election as president amid an ongoing corruption probe.
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Prosecutors believe FIFA President Blatter's top lieutenant made $10 million in bank transactions central to the bribery investigation, a source said.
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Iraq's security forces lost around 2,300 Humvees to ISIS when they retreated from Mosul last year, NBC News reports.
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The IRS data breach impacts many more people than taxpayers think, conman-turned-consultant Frank Abagnale said.
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Jack Warner, a former vice president of FIFA defended himself against charges by citing an article from The Onion, unaware that it was satire. The New York Times reports.
Britain said Europe should consider boycotting future World Cups if Sepp Blatter doesn't quit as head of FIFA over a corruption scandal.
"Seinfeld" is nearly 30, but its syndication rights continue to spin money for its creators.
The size of the transfers in the U.S. indictment is said to have required approval from a small group at FIFA's highest levels, reports the WSJ.
FIFA President Sepp Blatter came out fighting on Saturday, implying the U.S. timed its corruption probe to try to scupper his re-election bid.
Hockey is vying with basketball for the attention of fans, who could be forced to cough up a pretty penny if they hope to attend the games.
More charges can be expected in the on-going FIFA investigation, a U.S. official says
Conan O'Brien just put his studio up on Airbnb, and we're not talking about a tiny apartment, TODAY reports.