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.

FIFA Officials Indicted for Corruption

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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