There's been a lot of talk for quite awhile in the news about FIFA, especially around the time of our last world cup; the problem with bribes, slave labor, and under the table deals has been pretty blatant for awhile now. Well, it turns out that in the US, the FBI has been investigating and looks to have a lot of people implicated in taking multi-million dollar bribes, money laundering (possibly implicating Nike?), and more. Here are a couple articles to get you started if you are first hearing about this: http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-32902076 http://edition.cnn.com/2015/05/27/football/fifa-arrests-webb-warner-marin/ http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs...d-what-this-means-for-soccers-governing-body/ Out of all the people extradited from Switzerland, only one came immediately, which probably means he'll be squealing on all the others to reduce his penalties. Interestingly enough, this is one power move by a US department that many foreign countries and citizens are happy about. Typically our meddling is not met with a lot of happiness from other countries, but it looks like FIFA was so corrupt and powerful that a lot of countries could not even address these issues themselves. Focus: All things FIFA. Who's getting busted? Will this change anything? What's the future look like for this organization?