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One day after FIFA President Sepp Blatter announced his resignation, Interpol has issued "red notices" for two former senior FIFA official and several executives who were indicted on U.S. criminal charges. And South Africa denies that it issued millions in bribes over the 2010 World Cup.

Blatter will remain FIFA's leader for months; the organization says a new election could be held "anytime from December of this year to March of next year."

A New York Times-CBS News poll offers compelling new numbers measuring Americans' attitudes toward the rising tide of political money.

Just one question: Which numbers should you believe?

For Swimmers, Facial Hair Can Be A Drag

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Although not nearly so crowded as its Republican counterpart, the Democratic field of presidential contenders is growing. On Wednesday, Lincoln Chafee, a former senator and governor of Rhode Island, is expected to become the fourth major politician to enter the White House chase as a Democrat.

It's being called China's worst maritime disaster in decades: more than 400 people remain missing after a cruise ship capsized on the Yangtze River Monday. As a huge rescue operation continues, Chinese leaders want to censor independent media reports.

You may have read about an imaginary Southern piece of turf where the past presses on the present with such force that characters find themselves transformed with the pressure of it, where the landscape comes alive, where human beings seem sometimes like gods and sometimes like devils, and the language of the story lights up your mind: William Faulkner's half-historical, half-fabulized Yoknapatawpha County, yes?

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