Letter From All 24 Republican Members of the House Ways & Means Committee to Loretta Lynch (Attorney General of the United States) (May 28, 2015): As Members of the House Ways and Means Committee we are writing to inquire about the status of the Committee's April 9, 2014 referral of...
At least thirteen soccer officials and marketing executives from the Americas including some of the most powerful regional figures in the sport were named in a U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) probe.According to Attorney General Loretta...Show More Summary
[Skip the first minute which is a pitch to renew the Patriot Act] Our new Attorney General of the United States, Loretta Lynch, made a big announcement today and I am not talking about another agreement with a criminal bank that agrees to pay a pithy multi-millio-dollar fine without admitting it did anything wrong. At...
The biggest name in the FIFA corruption scandal just happens to belong to a certain global company based in Oregon. Nike wasn’t mentioned by name, but Attorney General Loretta Lynch and indictments released by the Justice Department show that some of the offenses include “agreements regarding sponsorship of the Brazilian national soccer team by a […]
Four taxi medallion lenders filed a lawsuit against Mayor Bill de Blasio, the city's Taxi and Limousine Commission and Attorney General Eric Schneiderman Wednesday, alleging they are letting Uber... To view the full story, click the title link.
Attorneys general from 22 states had accused them of signing up consumers for memberships they didn't request
From their actions, the Sweet Briar College board and the Virginia state attorney general seem to be “running down the clock”—playing heavy and unified defense until it becomes too late to reverse the board’s confounding decision to close.
This video shows United States Department of Justice attorney general Loretta Lynch effectively summarising what the FIFA corruption investigation entails. Leaders of FIFA and other governmental organisations under the FIFA umbrellaShow More Summary
Did she just say Nike bribed FIFA execs?! — 101 Great Goals (@101greatgoals) May 27, 2015 When United States Department of Justice attorney general Loretta Lynch said that a sports apparel company was under investigation for deals with the Brazilian national team, everybody knew who she was talking about. Show More Summary
Amid the high profile FIFA bribes scheme, 14 FIFA employees have been indicted, nine of whom are executives of the organization. U.S. Attorney General, Loretta Lynch was provided details of the bribes and kickbacks by a governing body for soccer. Show More Summary
Sepp Blatter shouldn't rest easy just yet.
In the wake of raids and arrests in Switzerland relating to corruption within the FIFA ranks, per the New York Times (via ESPN FC), U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch, FBI Director James Comey and U.S. Attorney Kelly Currie commented...Show More Summary
The United States is scheduled to host a centennial edition of the Copa America in 2016, and it will be the first time this tournament is held in cities outside of South America, she noted.
“The indictment alleges corruption that is rampant, systemic, and deep-rooted both abroad and here in the United States.” – Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch..............................................................................
Earlier today, a number of officials for the world soccer organization, FIFA, were arrested in Zurich, Switzerland, as U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch is accusing them as well as marketing executives at corporations of "rampant, systemic, and deep-rooted" corruption. [ more › ]
BERN, Switzerland (AP) — Statement issued by Swiss authorities Wednesday in connection with their investigation into FIFA corruption: ___ The Office of the Attorney General of Switzerland (OAG) has opened criminal proceedings against...Show More Summary
Swiss Office of the Attorney General said in a statement that they had opened criminal proceedings against FIFA officials on suspicion of mismanagement and money laundering tied to winning the hosts bids of the World Cup 2018 and 20...
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman Wednesday is set to unveil a comprehensive ethics bill.
The attorneys general from 22 states signed an $11 million settlement with a national flower delivery service and social networking site today to resolve allegations that the two companies misled consumers into buying subscription services...Show More Summary
A political group accused of misleading conservatives will pay tens of thousands of dollars to former Virginia attorney general Ken Cuccinelli under a settlement reached Thursday. Cuccinelli (R) accused Conservative StrikeForce PAC last fall of using his 2013 gubernatorial run to raise funds that were never delivered to the campaign. Show More Summary