Chuck Blazer has admitted to accepting bribes for at least two World Cups.
The police organization added the men to its most wanted list.
Blatter was re-elected less than a week ago, beating out Prince Ali of Jordan for the position.
What's in the report on corruption that FIFA won't release to the public?
FIFA delegates are voting for their next president amid corruption charges within the organization.
Research finds strong statistical evidence that rising levels of corruption can undermine security, and small increases can cause civil unrest.
Michel Platini, Head of UEFA, Europe's soccer confederation, said he had told Blatter to go but the 79-year-old had refused.
In Romania, the idea that corruption is the only way to ensure economic development is ingrained.
What gives the U.S. Department of Justice jurisdiction?
The U.S. Justice Department indicted 14 soccer officials on federal corruption charges.
The former Egyptian president and his sons Gamal and Alaa may not have to serve any jail time.
At least eight people linked to Viktor Yanukovych's party have been found dead, and the Ukrainian government doesn't want to talk about it.
The son of Jordi Puyol secured a sponsorship deal for the French team from the Catalan government.
While the Russian health service stockpiles life-saving drugs, the president, MPs and their families may get them for free.
Even in a country accustomed to flagrant political corruption scandals, this one could be the final straw.
The director of architecture firm Jones East8 resigned in tears and left the country following a mysterious phonecall.
Former foreign secretaries Jack Straw and Malcolm Rifkind offered their services to a fake Chinese company.
The revelations come from a book by former South Korean president Lee Myung-bak, to be published next week.
The group hopes to negotiate talks with the North Korean government to resolve issues between the two countries.
The Prince calls for focus to return to the football pitch and not administration and backs the release of the Garcia report
Judges have 'inherited' 150 unresolved corruption cases, some involving high-profile individuals