Wall Street closed slightly down today, with the Dow off 28 points, remaining above 18,000. The S&P and NASDAQ were nearly flat. The Russell 2000 was the only major average that closed higher.
A bombshell is rocking the soccer world as embattled president of FIFA Sepp Blatter turned in his resignation. There are reports that he may also be under investigation.
Also developing late, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is saying he won't recuse himself from the Tom Brady suspension hearing. Brady is facing a four-game suspension without pay for his role in Deflate-Gate.
We had it all covered on "Countdown" and we got an exclusive interview from the man who made a risky bet on the NBA's version of the "Bad News Bears." Golden State Warriors co-owner Peter Guber spoke publicly for the first time since his team made it to the NBA finals for the first time in four decades. Guber and his partner Joe Lacob paid $450 million for the team five yeas ago. It is now worth $1.3 billion. When we asked, Guber said he is not ready to sell for a profit, telling Fox Business, "There are other ways than selling to monetize your investment." Game one against the Cleveland Cavaliers will take place Thursday night.
And, it wasn't just soccer, football and basketball today. We talked video games with GameStop CEO Paul Raines. He shared his remarkable story of his battle against brain cancer while simultaneously trying to run a growing public company. And he's winning all the way around; the company announced today that it beat out Hot Topic in a fight to acquire geek-themed retailer Geeknet for $135 million.