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More than a dozen people expected to face charges of racketeering and bribery in what one U.S. official called "the World Cup of fraud"
Sen. Tom Udall, who led a four-member Democratic congressional delegation to Cuba, said the two sides are close to resolving final issues
CBS News talks with former U.S. Men's National Team soccer player Alexi Lalas on the impact the arrest of top FIFA officials might have on the sport's future.
Concern is rising over China's activity in the Spratly Islands in the South China Sea. The islands are claimed by multiple countries, sparking tensions between China, its neighbors and the U.S. Seth Doane reports.
The high-ranking officials were arrested in Switzerland Wednesday morning. The indictment alleges patterns of fraud and bribery over where events would be played and televised. Jim Axelrod reports.
The U.S. military was supposed to send inactive samples of anthrax to nine laboratories in South Korea but mistakenly sent live samples. CBS News national security correspondent David Martin reports from the Pentagon.
CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Jeff Pegues talks with CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate about the U.S. indictments of top FIFA officials handed down Wednesday, and what they could mean for the future of international soccer.
The building of artificial islands have caught the attention of Ash Carter because of potential Chinese military buildup
A flight from Singapore to Shanghai temporarily lost power to both engines, prompting an investigation. CBS News correspondent Kris Van Cleave has more.
Embattled FIFA president insists one of two criminal probes was "set in motion" by his organization, even though several members were arrested

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