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'FIFA Took Bribes,' Attorney General Lynch Reveals
U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch reveals details of alleged corruption at FIFA that spanned two decades. Photo: AP

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Haggling Over Salary May Be a Thing of the Past
Some startup companies are making take it-or-leave it salary offers to prospective employees to foster transparency and fairness.

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Police on hunt for more suspects in DC murders
With one suspect behind bars, authorities are hunting for others they believe were involved in the brutal murder of the Savopoulos family.

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Odd campaign merchandise: Clinton 'pantsuit tee,' more
The 2016 presidential candidates are pulling out all the stops on campaign merchandise, ranging from a "pantsuit tee" to a beanbag game.

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Nepal Earthquake Response Task Force Deactivates
the task force worked with personnel from 24 countries to limit further loss of life and human suffering

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You'll Want To Travel To Taiwan After Watching This
There's so much more to this land than just Taipei 101

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Greeces Varoufakis Puts Aid Deal Blame on Creditors
Greek officials seek to overcome lingering disagreements on an aid package as Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis blames the lack of a deal

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$100 Million F-35B Is Almost Combat Ready... or Is It?
The Marines have begun testing the brand-new F-35B in the hope it will be ready for combat in July When July hits, however, the $100 million

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Is India the Next Great Hope for Global Economy?
Citigroup Vice Chairman Peter Orszag discusses the Indian and Chinese economies. He speaks on Bloomberg Surveillance.

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Has India Changed in Prime Minister Modi’s First Year?
Bloombergs Harsha Subramaniam examines the state of India in the first year of rule under Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He speaks

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