So that happened. On this week's podcast, we discuss how and why FIFA officials were arrested on an array of corruption charges, how crowded the 2016 GOP presidential field is getting, and how the House is hoping to keep countries with...Show More Summary
Hours after nine current and former FIFA officials were arrested on bribery and corruption charges, the international soccer association announced that it would continue with its scheduled events as planned. The FIFA presidential election...Show More Summary
Our pick of this week's 10 best psychology and neuroscience links:Author Of Tainted Gay Marriage Study Admits To Destroying Data But Stands By ResultsThe US grad student at the centre of an unfolding research scandal publishes his response, as promised. Show More Summary
Wall Street Journal: One More Chance for Justice at the IRS, by Kimberley A. Strassel: Paul Ryan on Thursday sent his first official letter to Loretta Lynch, the new U.S. attorney general. With luck, Ms. Lynch will take a few moments out of her international soccer crackdown to give it...
Unless you've been holed up somehwere without an internet connection, you probably heard of the FIFA corruption scandal this week, which has seen several of it's top-ranking officials in custody and/or facing extradition on charges of corruption, bribery and various other offences. But how has it affected associated brand sentiment online?
Post by Jenny Erikson. The Duggar family has been keeping thing on the DL ever since Josh Duggar's molestation scandal broke last week -- or at last the immediate family has been. Cousin Amy Duggar, however, has spoken out a couple of times on social media, sharing encouraging messages to just pray. Show More Summary
Although he left public office eight years ago, former Speaker of the House Dennis Hastert has found his way back to the headlines by way of a salacious scandal. As previously noted by Inquisitr, the once influential Republican Congressman...Show More Summary
With FIFA in the eye of the storm, it’s been easy to overlook the role of Qatar in arousing the latest round of suspicion regarding the World Cup and corruption in global soccer. Over the past several years, the government of Qatar has...Show More Summary
Despite the crisis facing the world soccer association, with U.S. and Swiss authorities pursuing criminal investigations against the group, Blatter is elected to a fifth term as president. read more
FIFA members will resist dethroning President Joseph Blatter, who will continue his reign amid an alleged corruption scandal unless he is indicted, convicted or detained, experts told Sputnik.
The US Internal Revenue Service is preparing to issue a new batch of indictments in the graft scandal surrounding the world’s football governing body FIFA, the tax authority’s senior official in charge of the investigation said.
The residents of Washington County, Arkansas, are reeling about the news of the Josh Duggar molestation accusations, much like the rest of the nation, with one exception: the Duggars were their claim to fame. How has life been sinceShow More Summary
The Josh Duggar Scandal is really about the cult of ATI and other Christian publishers, a radical cult that fosters abuse of children and women in the name of Christ to benefit a Christianist publishing industry.
Officials of both organizations were accused of taking bribes. Leaders both said they couldn't watch subordinates' behavior. Persistent outsiders found evidence of misconduct.
A person familiar with the situation says Tom Brady's appeal of his suspension in the deflated footballs scandal will be heard on June 23. The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity Friday because the date hasn't been officially announced. Show More Summary
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady will have to wait until the end of June to officially appeal his four-game suspension following the Deflategate scandal. Continue for updates. Brady's Appeal to Be Heard June 23 Friday, MayShow More Summary
Dennis Hastert appeared on C-SPAN last November, and a caller identified as "Bruce" from Yorkville, Illinois, phoned in. "Hello, Denny," Bruce says. "Hey, how are you doing?" Hastert responds. "Pretty good," Bruce continues. "Remember me from Yorkville?" When the C-SPAN hosts prods Bruce to ask his question, he instead laughs...
Toward the end of Sepp Blatter’s victory speech, delivered after riding out the biggest scandal of his career by having his emperorship validated in resounding fashion, the FIFA president looked into the camera and said “I like you.” Read more...