To protect the integrity of groups pursuing nonpartisan activities, it's important for the tax agency to be clearer about just what kinds of politicking social-welfare groups can pursue.
Letters to the Editor
- Portrait of Girl Scouts Turmoil Doesn’t Reflect Charity’s Strength
- Giving $1,000 a Day to Individuals Is a Bad Idea
- Former Public Welfare Board Member Defends His Views
The filmmakers' starting premise was that entrepreneurs were rebuilding the city against all odds. But what they found was a cautionary tale about the impact of globalization...
The conclusions, which absolve leaders of wrongdoing, are hard to square with what journalists and advocacy groups have reported.
The inspector general's report on the Tea Party scandal teaches an important lesson about the inherent difficulty of trying to regulate an activity that is impossible to...
People in their 20s and 30s want to take risks and welcome chances for hands-on involvement in philanthropy.
If the system changes, the losers may be many of the very desparate people worldwide whom grant makers most want to help.
Congress should require peope with donor-advised funds to distribute at least 20 percent of the assets each year—or at least give more generous deductions to people who...
The Pennsylvania attorney general took a high standard in deciding whether anybody had breached fiduciary duty at the $9-billion trust and said nobody broke the law amid...
Blacks, Latinos, Hispanics, and others now have the power and resources nonprofits need on their boards.
Too many direct-marketing companies are keeping the bulk of the money they raise for themselves.