Weekly Roundup: Trump’s Manhattan Project Used to Launder Money, Another Guilty Plea in FIFA Scandal, and More

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's hotel-condominium project in Manhattan was used by former officials in Kazakhstan to launder more than $3 million in illicit proceeds two years, the Financial Times reported, citing "title deeds, bank records and correspondence." More American sports marketing executive Aaron Davidson pleaded guilty to U.S. charges of conspiracy, racketeering and wire fraud after admitting to paying more than $14 million in bribes to soccer officials tied to FIFA, The New York Times reported. More Brazil's former lower house speaker Eduardo Cunha, who led the impeachment process against ex-President Dilma Rousseff, was arrested for allegedly accepting millions...