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FIFA corruption scandal: What happens next?

The unprecedented twin investigations into FIFA have demonstrated that the opaque organization is subject to the law, not above it.

The Swiss are looking into…

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American arrested with grenade at airport

An American accused of trying to take a live grenade and knife through airport security in the Philippines has been arrested, an airport official…

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Food writer's death was accidental, ME says

Noted food writer Josh Ozersky, known as an unabashed fan of the carnivorous lifestyle, has died at the age of 47.

He died May 4 at a hotel bathroom in Chicago…

Burgers, colon microbiome

Scientists eye how foods affect bacteria in your colon

Next time you are trying to decide what's for dinner, consider that you are eating for two. You and your gut microbiome.

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Live anthrax inadvertently sent by military

Four lab workers in the United States and up to 22 overseas have been put in post-exposure treatment, a defense official said, following the revelation the U.S…

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For millennials, it's good to be young, rich, and female

Rich, young women are kicking butt.

Wealthy millennial women are more likely to make at least as much -- if not more -- than their husbands. They're also more…

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Deadly Indian heat wave drags on

Mallayia Baddula sits barefoot beneath the shelter of his hut in Perepally, a small village outside Hyderabad.

He's 76-years old and mourning the death of his…

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Texas braces for another onslaught of rain

The ferocious Blanco River surged into the Perez family's vacation home, blowing the door off its frame.

"Oh no!" Sarah Perez cried from the second floor.


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Top State Department official to depart

A top State Department official -- Wendy Sherman -- will depart following the completion of the Iran nuclear talks, a source confirms to CNN. Sherman has been…

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While the United States proceeds with legal pressure against FIFA, its corporate sponsors have made their positions clear.

FIFA corporate pressure

While the United States proceeds with legal pressure against FIFA, its corporate sponsors have made their positions clear.

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Deadly floods turn Houston highways to rivers

Parts of Houston saw more than 11 inches of rain Monday and Tuesday, turning normally bustling highways to rivers. Check out select images from Houston news station KPRC.

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FIFA rocked by corruption investigation

The football world was rocked Wednesday when a host of the sport's leading officials were arrested in Zurich, Switzerland.

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World's most powerful women

Here's a list of the world's most powerful women for 2015, as complied by Forbes.


America's 10 fastest-growing cities

Three of the top five fastest growing U.S. cities are in Texas, according to new U.S. Census Bureau data on population growth between 2013 and 2014. Here are the other cities that made the top 10.

Rick Santorum

Who's running and who could run in 2016?

Rick Santorum announced his candidacy for the 2016 presidential election on Wednesday. Check out other formally announced or potential 2016 candidates.



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FIFA corporate sponsors put on the pressure

As more than a dozen officials of FIFA, the world soccer organization, face U.S. accusations of fraud, racketeering and money laundering, the organization’s corporate sponsors are weighing in.

Nativ cannabis hotel

Hotel to cater to high-class pot smokers

Even before a new boutique hotel opens in lower downtown Denver, it's already being called the gem of Denver. "Nativ” is being hailed as the first cannabis-friendly hotel in Colorado.

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Searches continue in Texas floods

In Texas, search and rescue crews are slowly transforming into search and recovery crews. While the number of missing is going down, the death count is rising. This week's severe weather has claimed the lives of 21 people in Texas and Oklahoma.

Safety demonstration goes wrong

Car plows down people at dealership

A car runs into Volvo dealership staff during a safety system demonstration.

Natalee Holloway anniversary

Natalee Holloway disappearance 10 years later

Ten years ago, American Natalee Holloway disappeared on the island of Aruba.


Lynch: FIFA officials solicited bribes 'year after year'

U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch says FIFA officials used their positions of trust within their respective organizations to solicit bribes from sports marketers.


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