FIFA president
to step down
amid scandal

Sepp Blatter’s surprise announcement came just days after he was reelected despite the indictment of other FIFA officials on corruption charges.

Bill ending NSA phone data collection heads to Obama

The Senate ended more than a week of sharp debate by passing the USA Freedom Act, which will end the NSA’s bulk collection of phone records after a six-month transition period.

(Staff and wire photos)

The foundation woos the world’s most powerful to help the powerless, but the very things that made it work for Bill Clinton have proved troublesome for Hillary Clinton’s campaign.

Survivor recounts harrowing escape from sinking Chinese cruise ship

Survivor recounts harrowing escape from sinking Chinese cruise ship

Only 14 people of the 456 on board are known to have survived after the ship was overturned by a cyclone.

Poll: Hillary Clinton dominates,
but her image is eroding

Poll: Hillary Clinton dominates, <br> but her image is eroding

She is leading the Democratic nomination contest, but no front-runner has emerged for the GOP.

House panel calls on Iran to release Americans being held in its prisons

House panel calls on Iran to release Americans being held in its prisons

The committee heard pleas from families of those being detained, including The Post’s Jason Rezaian.

NASA is about to test a ‘flying saucer’ in preparation for a trip to Mars

NASA is about to test a ‘flying saucer’ in preparation for a trip to Mars

It isn’t revenge for “War of the Worlds,” but a device to test new parachutes for Mars’s atmosphere.

Politics

Can we please stop acting like campaign finance is a major voting issue?

Can we please stop acting like campaign finance is a major voting issue?

THE FIX | Outside of committed campaign finance reform advocates -- a single-digit percentage of the overall population -- getting big money out of politics simply isn’t a voting priority.

Business

Student debt relief scams are on the rise. Here’s how this government official plans to stop it.

Student debt relief scams are on the rise. Here’s how this government official plans to stop it.

The companies don’t advertise that students can get some of that same help for free.

Diversions