US, Swiss target top soccer officials in corruption probeUS, Swiss target top soccer officials in corruption probeScandals and rumors of corruption have dogged FIFA throughout the 17-year reign of its president, Sepp Blatter
Former Westchester soccer dad key figure in FIFA probeFormer Westchester soccer dad key figure in FIFA probeFormer New Rochelle resident Chuck Blazer is a key figure in the soccer corruption probe.
Brentwood artist honored by state, HaslamBrentwood artist honored by state, HaslamBabailov's world-renowned portrait work honored by Tennessee in a joint resolution.
Soccer officials indicted in sweeping corruption probeSoccer officials indicted in sweeping corruption probeSwiss federal prosecutors opened criminal proceedings related to the awarding of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups
Soccer officials arrested in Zurich; World Cup votes probedSoccer officials arrested in Zurich; World Cup votes probedSeveral soccer officials arrested in Switzerland; 2018 and 2022 World Cup votes also probed
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Notorious #MSSEN blogger Johnson banned from TwitterNotorious #MSSEN blogger Johnson banned from TwitterNotorious #MSSEN blogger Johnson banned from Twitter
How things have remarkably changed between US and CubaHow things have remarkably changed between US and CubaEncounters between US and Cuban officials are no longer chance – they are planned as public events.
Blatter set to polarize opinion for 4 more years at FIFABlatter set to polarize opinion for 4 more years at FIFAThis charming man: Sepp Blatter set to polarize opinion for 4 more years as FIFA president
FIFA scandals while Sepp Blatter has been presidentFIFA scandals while Sepp Blatter has been presidentSome things to know about FIFA scandals while Sepp Blatter has been president
In Our View: Peace in UtahIn Our View: Peace in UtahBeehive State to host Parliament of the World Religion’s 2015 conference
Teach gratitude, kindness to teach kids happinessTeach gratitude, kindness to teach kids happinessHappiness is not something that falls out of the sky and into our children’s laps
Coleman Young papers offer peek into mayor's reignColeman Young papers offer peek into mayor's reignHundreds of thousands of documents from Detroit Mayor Coleman Young's 20 years in office are available to the public.
Meet the leaders of tomorrow: 2015 Academic All-StarsMeet the leaders of tomorrow: 2015 Academic All-StarsThe News-Leader's 28th annual Academic All-Star teams showcase some amazing members of the Class of 2015.
South African opposition parties want soccer head to resignSouth African opposition parties want soccer head to resignSouth Africa: Opposition parties call for soccer head Jordaan's resignation over mayor job
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Gap’s Gaines a portrait of successGap’s Gaines a portrait of successBuffalo Gap’s Mollie Gaines is the nominee for City/County Student-Athlete of the Year.
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Funeral set for singer, minister Ortheia Barnes-KennerlyFuneral set for singer, minister Ortheia Barnes-KennerlyThe R&B-jazz singer and eventual minister was a Detroit public presence for five decades.
Thurston High student correspondents bid farewellThurston High student correspondents bid farewellThurston student correspondents write their last piece for the Observer this school year.
Today in History for May 10thToday in History for May 10thHighlights of this day in history: A golden spike completes America's first transcontinental railroad; Nazis burn books in Germany; Rudolf Hess parachutes into Scotland; Nelson Mandela takes office in S. Africa; U2's frontman Bono born. (May 10)
Today In HistoryToday In HistoryHighlights from this day in history
Northeast Middle School goes to WashingtonNortheast Middle School goes to WashingtonEight students qualified for the National History Day competition in Washington, D.C.
Iowa native coordinates Globetrotters meeting with Pope FrancisIowa native coordinates Globetrotters meeting with Pope FrancisMarcus, Iowa native, Briar Cliff University graduate and Harlem Globetrotters SVP of Communications Brett Meister coordinated a meeting with Pope Francis and members of the Harlem Globetrotters.
Voices: A crucial decision we can't put on iceVoices: A crucial decision we can't put on iceIndustrial fishing is plundering Antarctica's unspoiled Ross Sea.
Elks hand out more than $30K in scholarshipsElks hand out more than $30K in scholarshipsMore than two dozen students receive help to attend college.
Today in History for May 2ndToday in History for May 2ndHighlights of this day in history: Nazi Germany's capital Berlin falls in World War II; Artist Leonardo da Vinci dies; Civil War Gen. 'Stonewall' Jackson killed; Nelson Mandela claims victory in South Africa vote; Singer Bing Crosby born. (May 2)
Take time to thank the teachers who inspired youTake time to thank the teachers who inspired youIt is hard to imagine a more important endeavor than education, which can transform lives.
Floyd Mayweather does 'crazy things' with moneyFloyd Mayweather does 'crazy things' with moneyCar dealers, strippers, family, sports books and charitable groups figure to benefit.
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Rutgers Day celebrates university lifeRutgers Day celebrates university lifeAnnual celebration gives public chance to sample activities, classes and more