Stephanie Clifford

New York Times

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Reporter covering the retail industry for the New York Times

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This morning,  Attorney General Loretta Lynch revealed details  of an investigation into decades of corruption by FIFA, soccer's governing body.

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Here’s a scene in a Law and Order episode you’ve probably never watched: a prosecutor reading a private email an inmate sent to his attorney.

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