Brazil’s José Maria Marin was convicted of receiving millions of dollars in bribes as part of a long-running corruption probe.
Shareholders claim they lost "hundreds of millions of dollars" as a result of Televisa's alleged scheme.
Rather than hiring Americans, the Trump National Golf Club is now seeking to bring in two cooks from abroad.
Since Trump launched his presidential campaign in June 2015, businesses owned by him or bearing his name have sought to hire more than 530 foreign guest workers.
How Forrest Lucas — the little-known millionaire whose company name is plastered on the home stadium of the Indianapolis Colts — wields power, propaganda, and even Sharon Stone to protect Big Agriculture.
With the latest filings, the club has sought to hire more than 280 temporary foreign workers since Donald Trump launched his presidential campaign.
With the latest filing, the club has now sought to hire more than 240 foreign workers since Donald Trump launched his presidential campaign.
An excerpt from Ken Bensinger's new book Red Card: How the U.S. Blew the Whistle on the World's Biggest Sports Scandal.
Trump National Golf Club in Westchester County is petitioning to hire 14 foreign guest workers, saying it can't find Americans for the jobs. The positions pay more than $14 an hour.
The Virginia vineyard is owned by Eric Trump, although Donald Trump has previously told reporters that he owns it. Businesses owned by President Trump or bearing his name have been frequent users of the program in the past, seeking to hire more than 400 foreign guest workers since he launched his presidential campaign.
The Virginia vineyard, owned by Eric Trump, is seeking six workers to start in January. Businesses owned by President Trump or bearing his name have been frequent users of the program in the past, seeking to hire more than 400 foreign guest workers since he launched his presidential campaign.
Alejandro Burzaco, a key witness for the prosecution in the case, testified in court on Tuesday that he was aware of six media companies aware of or involved in bribes, in relation to soccer television rights. On Tuesday evening, a Fox Sports spokesperson said, "Any suggestion that Fox Sports knew of or approved of any bribes is emphatically false."
Nearly two and a half years after the US investigation of soccer corruption became public, the case finally reached trial in a Brooklyn federal court. The trial’s verdict will likely serve as a referendum on the Department of Justice’s decision to take on the world’s most popular sport and in particular FIFA, the Swiss-based organization that oversees global soccer
Former Guatemalan soccer official Hector Trujillo confessed to taking hundreds of thousands in bribes. His sentence, which includes $415,000 in restitution, comes just weeks before the closely watched trial in a corruption case that has rocked the soccer world.
The resort near Miami, which licenses Trump's name, is seeking permission to hire 10 housekeepers, claiming no Americans want the jobs. Companies owned by Trump or bearing his name have sought 380 workers since he launched his presidential campaign.
The US government ruled Mikhail Lesin’s death an accident, but multiple intelligence and law enforcement officials suspect it was a Russian hit. The government is withholding information, so today BuzzFeed News has filed a lawsuit to pry the records loose.
It’s Made in America Week at the White House, but Mar-A-Lago and a nearby Trump National Golf Club have told the Department of Labor that there aren’t enough Americans to hire. These two Trump properties have now requested more than 230 foreign workers since he launched his presidential campaign.
Blazer built up US soccer and amassed a fortune — then admitted to tax evasion, which made possible a widespread Justice Department corruption case against soccer's governing body.
A bipartisan group of senators, including Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley, have asked the Labor and Homeland Security secretaries to ensure American jobs are protected before expanding the foreign workforce. Their letter cites a BuzzFeed News investigation.
The president of Guam's Football Association pleaded guilty on Thursday to two counts of wire fraud.