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Putin: FIFA Case is Latest Example of U.S. Meddling

Russian President Vladimir Putin accused the United States of meddling in FIFA's affairs.

Tourists Won't Stop Getting Naked at This Sacred Temple

Cambodia's Angkor Wat is among the world's most magnificent holy sites. But a rash of nude photo shoots has now created a scandal.

Why FIFA's Sponsors Aren't Running Away (Yet)

Visa, Coca-Cola, McDonald's and other brands said they were "extremely concerned" about allegations of widespread corruption within FIFA.

This American Cocaine Trafficker Tried to Join ISIS

Leon Nathan Davis had a family and a sales job — and says he left them behind last fall with a one-way ticket overseas and a plan to join ISIS.

117-Degree Heat Wave Kills Almost 1,400 in India

A heat wave has killed at least 1,371 people this week as temperatures soared to almost 117 degrees in India.

Putin Suggests U.S. to Blame for Rise of ISIS

Speaking at a BRICS meeting, Russian President remarked that there had been no terrorism in Iraq and Syria until the 'absolutely unacceptable interference' from outside.

How FIFA Boss Runs Soccer 'Like a Chicago Politician'

FIFA President Sepp Blatter isn't named in the Justice Department's indictment of 14 top world soccer figures — despite years of accusations.

FIFA President Blatter Apologizes - For Missing Conference

FIFA's Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Jiri Dvorak, told delegates that Sepp Blatter sent his apologies for missing their conference in Zurich, Switzerland.

How FIFA Works

FIFA was created in 1904 to unify the laws of soccer across all nations and organize soccer competitions around the world. The FIFA World Cup is its most prestigious.

Al-Qaeda in Syria: Our Focus Is Assad, Not West

The leader of al-Nusra Front insisted on Wednesday that he is under orders to concentrate his efforts on toppling President Bashar al-Assad.

Soccer by the Numbers: A Look at the Game in the U.S.

Soccer has taken off in the U.S. since 1990, settling behind only football, baseball and basketball in nearly all measures of popularity.

Soccer by the Numbers: A Look at the Game in the U.S.

Soccer has taken off in the U.S. since 1990, settling behind only football, baseball and basketball in nearly all measures of popularity.

Caught On Camera: Giant Sandstorm Turns Day to Night

Amateur video captured the immense sandstorm sweeping in over the rooftops of Fallujah, Iraq, then blocking out the sun and blanketing the city in darkness.

American Soccer Boss Sold His World Cup Vote for $1M

Former American FIFA official Charles "Chuck" Blazer pleaded guilty to a raft of corruption charges in November 2013, the Department of Justice revealed.

'World Cup of Fraud': Soccer Rocked by Corruption Arrests

Soccer's governing body FIFA was rocked by dual corruption probes Wednesday.

'World Cup of Fraud': Soccer Rocked by Corruption Arrests

Soccer's governing body FIFA was rocked by dual corruption probes Wednesday.

Researchers End HIV Study Early After Impressive Results

Early treatment is better for treating HIV than waiting, a new study confirms.

Tony Blair Leaving Role on Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

A source said he would focus on "strengthening relations between Israel and the wider Arab world."

Stone-Age Trove Recovered in Grave Robbing Crackdown

Chinese officials have recovered more than 1,000 Stone Age artifacts worth more than $80 million in a bid to stamp out gangs of grave robbers.

Travel Ban Lifts Soon for Taliban Leaders

U.S. officials are working with Qatar to keep five senior members of the Taliban under some form of government control, monitoring or travel ban .

FBI Chief on FIFA Corruption Charges: 'Beautiful Game…Was Hijacked'

FBI Director James Comey discusses his department's investigation into corruption allegation against global sports giant FIFA and the subsequent charges filed by the US Department of Justice.

American Soccer Boss Sold His World Cup Vote for $1M

Former American FIFA official Charles "Chuck" Blazer pleaded guilty to a raft of corruption charges in November 2013, the Department of Justice revealed.

Quadruplets Born to 65-Year-Old Mom Still Critical

Doctors say the week-old quadruplets born prematurely to 65-year-old Annegret Raunigk in Berlin are still in intensive care.

Tomb Raider Gangs Targeted by Chinese Authorities

More than 1,000 artifacts, stolen by grave robbers pillaging Chinese archaeological sites, have been recovered and more than 170 suspects arrested.

German Court Says Gov Not Required to Stop U.S. Drones

A Germany court has thrown out a case brought by relatives of two Yemenis allegedly killed by a U.S. drone strike.

Here's Every Defendant in the Soccer Corruption Case

They included seven FIFA officials who were arrested Wednesday in Zurich.

Heir Apparent to FIFA Boss Snared in Corruption Probe

A lawyer seen as a future leader of soccer's global ruling body was among the targets of Wednesday's anti-corruption raids.

Heir Apparent to FIFA Boss Snared in Corruption Probe

A lawyer seen as a future leader of soccer's global ruling body was among the targets of Wednesday's anti-corruption raids.

Sunni Tribesmen and Iraqi Military Battle ISIS for Ramadi

Sunni fighters engaged in house-to-house fighting for a town east of Ramadi, as Iraqi military also bombarded ISIS positions to the east of the city.

FIFA Corruption Target, Jeffrey Webb, in Zurich on May 26, 2015

Jeffrey Webb, 50-year-old lawyer from Grand Cayman, joked with reporters as he arrived for a CONCACAF meeting in Zurich, Switzerland.


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