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Bob Ford: Save some shame for the companies, many of them from the United States.
A judge in Buenos Aires ordered arrests of three businessmen in connection with the FIFA scandal.
Chuck Blazer appears to have provided key information in the Justice Department's investigation.
Thomas Bach told FIFA's congress that the organization needs to learn from the Olympics' experience.
America's latest extra-territorial salvo, a crackdown on soccer graft, is winning wide applause abroad.
John Smallwood: The World Cup has eluded the U.S. since 1999. The window is closing for some veterans.
Amid the scandalous stories involving FIFA, the U.S. women never flinched during a news conference.
On-loan Union goalkeeper Brian Sylvestre played for the Carolina Railhawks in the U.S. Open Cup.
Six soccer officials were arrested and detained by Swiss police on Wednesday.
Jeffrey Webb is one of 10 major international soccer officials under investigation for corruption.
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