U.S. indicts FIFA officials in soccer bribery scandal

FIFA has been infected by corruption that allowed members to enrich themselves through kickbacks “year after year,” U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch said.

Sepp Blatter, FIFA’s
Teflon-coated president

Sepp Blatter, FIFA’s <br> Teflon-coated  president

Can his leadership survive the arrests of so many officials?

Eight of the accused are among those suspected in bribery case. (EPA)

How U.S. can charge people in Europe

THE FIX | Why, exactly, does the United States have jurisdiction to prosecute a case involving a foreign organization and to have people arrested in Switzerland?

Local News

Severe thunderstorm watch for issued for D.C. metro area through 7 p.m.

Severe thunderstorm watch for issued for D.C. metro area through 7 p.m.

WEATHER GANG | The most likely time window for the storms is between 2 p.m. and 10 p.m.

Federal government to its employees: Pot is still illegal for you

Federal government to its employees: Pot is still illegal for you

In stern new guidance, officials say a 1986 executive order from President Reagan remains in place.

Before their deaths made headlines, who were the Savopouloses?

Before their deaths made headlines, who were the Savopouloses?

Obituaries say they “maintained an unusually close bond for each other and for those less fortunate.”

After gumbo and beer, customer
leaves a $2,000 tip at a D.C. eatery

After gumbo and beer, customer <br>leaves a $2,000 tip at a D.C. eatery

The bartender, chef and owner at Blue 44 in upper Northwest got a nice surprise from a regular patron.

Nineteen burglaries of Fairfax area homes may be linked, police say

Nineteen burglaries of Fairfax area homes may be linked, police say

Burglars took jewelry and silverware in the incidents, which happened between October and December.

Breweries and babies: A match made in Heaven or questionable parenting?

Breweries and babies: A match made in Heaven or questionable parenting?

EXPRESS | Breweries are becoming an oasis for families, but some worry they’ll cater too much to kids.

My credit card info was stolen. Can I include that in my restaurant review?

My credit card info was stolen. Can I include that in my restaurant review?

LIVE Q&A | The Post’s dining critic weighs in on your questions about eating out in D.C.

Was Josh Duggar into the D.C. social scene before being run out of town?

Was Josh Duggar into the D.C. social scene before being run out of town?

LIVE Q&A | The Reliable Source team discusses your favorite D.C. gossip and celebrity sightings.

How well can you spell?

How well can you spell?

QUIZ | Spelling bees can make one’s head spin, but many everyday words are commonly misspelled.

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Republican runner-up Rick Santorum is running for president again

Republican runner-up Rick Santorum is running for president again

After winning 11 primaries and caucuses in 2012, the ex-senator is an underdog for a second time.

Penn State suspends fraternity
for hazing, sexual harassment

Penn State suspends fraternity <br> for hazing, sexual harassment

The school also cited drug use and underage drinking in its three-year suspension of Kappa Delta Rho.

After years of setbacks, the F-35
could soon be ready for combat

After years of setbacks, the F-35 <br> could soon be ready for combat

The Marines may certify the plane — billions over budget and years behind schedule — as soon as July.

Politics

Obama on the defense again as another defense secretary speaks

Obama on the defense again as another defense secretary speaks

With his “will to fight” comments, Ashton Carter is just the latest of the president’s Pentagon chiefs to cause him headaches.

Federal Government

Casinos, strip clubs: Let feds use government credit cards in our establishments

Casinos, strip clubs: Let feds use government credit cards in our establishments

IN THE LOOP | Casinos and adult clubs want federal employees to be able to use their government credit cards.

National

Fiancee ‘moved paddle away’ from kayaker who drowned, DA says

Fiancee ‘moved paddle away’ from kayaker who drowned, DA says

The body of Vincent Viafore was recovered on the Hudson River over the weekend.

Diversions