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A live blog update from NPQ’s National Correspondent Rick Cohen from the hearings at the House Ways and Means Committee. The now fired head of the IRS and the IRS’s Inspector General will testify on the agency’s targeting of conservative organizations for special 501(c)(4) reviews.
It’s been a week since the bombshell admission by IRS Exempt Organizations (EO) Director Lois Lerner that the IRS had targeted for special scrutiny conservative groups seeking tax-exempt recognition under Section 501(c)4 of the Internal Revenue Code. NPQ has been reporting on this all week, and the story has moved so fast that the Treasury Department investigation report that precipitated the furor has almost been lost in the rush.
An activist group is taking an unusual tack against media monopolization by trying to buy their very own conglomerate with crowdfunded help.
Jimmy Iovine and Dr. Dre are hoping to strike gold through establishing an innovation-centered academy at a California university.
A Chicago nonprofit founded late in 2011 with a mission “to bring dignity and self-determination to both sides of the giving equation” is now going national with its innovative crowd-sourced funding model.
As the vote to change BSA’s policy draws near, the Heritage Foundation makes a near-final stand against the movement to allow openly gay scouts.
Only three percent of university presidents believe Massive Online Open Courses will improve student learning. So, why is everyone pushing for them?
A study done by The Center for Effective Philanthropy reiterates something we pretty much already knew; grantees like foundations better when they share information – all kinds of information.
The former mayor of Palo Alto, California, calls on companies to reap the benefits of engaging with their communities.
As the tragedy starts to pass, the fund’s administrator settles into the grim work of making restitution.
Is it skill or passion that makes a successful fundraiser?
A struggle over possession of the archives left by Anne Frank and her family gets very ugly.
Last week NPQ reported that Komen’s Nancy Brinker received a 64% increase in pay between the period covered by 2011 990 and that covered by the 2012. And now we see that lobbying expenditures for the first quarter of 2013 were almost nonexistent – what is going on there?
Leonardo DiCaprio hosted a charity auction that brought in $38.8 million for environmental and conservation projects.
Judeo-Christian traditions offer complicated answers to the question of whether it’s better to give anonymously or publicly. And what we believe as a society affects public policy around philanthropy.