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Match Fixing: El Salvador Bans 14 Soccer Players For Life

 In 1961 a B-52 bomber accidentally dropped two nuclear bombs on North Carolina. One low-voltage switch "stood between the United States and a major catastrophe," an engineer wrote about the incident.

 The last time the federal government closed down, some 800,000 federal workers were told to stay home and millions of Americans were shut out of everything from their national parks to small-business loans.

 The players are accused of fixing matches in four contests, including in a loss against the U.S. in 2010 and a 5-0 loss against Mexico in the 2011 Gold Cup.

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