Whistleblower: Fifa can't fix itself
Bonita Mersiades describes how whistle-blowing affected her life.
World's most beautiful metro stations
They have a bad reputation as dark, grimy places -- but not these.
Rare white lion cub born at Omaha zoo
The birth surprised zoo officials, who weren't aware their lions could birth white cubs
Stigma and isolation haunt South Korean families of convicted ferry crew
JINDO, South Korea (Reuters) - Im Young-ae and her husband, a crew member who survived the Sewol ferry disaster, had dreamed of a peaceful retirement by the sea until their lives were upended by the April tragedy.
Injured cricketer fights for life
Australian cricketer Phil Hughes is fighting for his life in hospital, a day after he was felled by a sickening blow from a ball during a televised match in Sydney.
Gunfight after Cartier jewel heist
A jewelry heist on one the world's most prestigious jewelry stores has been foiled, and both would-be thieves are in police custody after an attempted escape amidst a flurry of security forces, according to police, eyewitnesses and French media.
She was once one of the most powerful women in Australian sport -- until she clashed with the men who run world football. Now Bonita Mersiades describes how whistle-blowing affected her life.
Going wild in a Danish food paradise
Nordic haute cuisine has skyrocketed in popularity. Luxurious Dragsholm Castle's foraging safaris get in at the ground level.