Beginning of the End for Sepp Blatter

(ATR) The disgraced former football chief could face more trouble after losing his appeal to CAS.

CONMEBOL Headquarters Raided in Paraguay

(ATR) Paraguay authorities raided CONMEBOL headquarters Friday in relation to investigations into corruption at FIFA.

Three Indicted FIFA Officials Face Sentencing in June

(ATR) Three former FIFA officials who plead guilty to corruption charges will be dealt sentences next June, ATR has learned.

FIFA Plunges to New Low: 16 More Indicted

(ATR) Just when you thought FIFA had hit rock bottom, U.S. Justice Department unseals 92-count indictment, charging 16 more officials.

Scandal-Ridden FIFA Delivers Latest Bans

(ATR) World football's governing body bans two officials from Laos, Nepal for taking cash during FIFA elections.

FIFA Vice President Faces House Arrest in U.S.

(ATR) On Saturday, Jeffrey Webb pleaded not guilty to 17 felony charges and was freed on a $10 million dollar bail.

Sport Law Expert: "Someone Told Blatter to Step Down" -- On the Record

(ATR) In the second part of this ATR exclusive, legal expert Michael Buckner has advice for Sepp Blatter.

Sport Law Expert: FIFA Indictment "A Wake-Up Call" -- On the Record

(ATR) In the first of a two-part interview, Michael Buckner tells ATR FIFA officials could serve lengthy jail terms.

Largesse of Chuck Blazer Apparent Through Testimony

(ATR) Chuck Blazer reportedly accrued over 26 million American Express points during his time as a FIFA exec.

Arrested FIFA Exec Facing Property Forfeiture

(ATR) U.S. indictment against FIFA officials says Loganville home of Jeffrey Webb was bought with bribery money.

What's Next for Pistorius; Potential Showdown Over Kiss

(ATR) March 4, 2014 is the date for Oscar Pistorius’s trial… Russian kiss could test anti-gay policies… Indians kicked out of Youth Games… More inside

El camino judicial que habría llevado a Jesús Santrich a encontrar la muerte en Venezuela

Aunque negoció y firmó el Acuerdo de Paz para la terminación del conflicto con la guerrilla de las Farc en Colombia, Jesús Santrich se rearmó y habría sido abatido en Venezuela.

La cabeza visible de una red trasnacional de lavado de activos: los detalles de las deudas del funcionario de la DIAN Ómar Ambuila con la justicia de EE.UU.

Según la Corte del Distrito Medio de Florida, el exfuncionario de la Dian habría blanqueado millones de dólares que destinó a la compra de autos de lujo y el pago de un ostentoso apartamento en Miami.

Lujos, bienes y anonimato: este es Álex Saab, el señalado testaferro del régimen venezolano

El descendiente libanés inició como comerciante en su natal Barranquilla. Gracias a sus vínculos con la dictadura venezolana, el empresario construyó un entramado de poder e influencia alrededor del mundo.