The IRS faces a number of hurdles before its new regulations for social welfare non-profits can be finalized, including potential opposition from Congress.
Super PACs are required to identify their contributors, but some of them are funded entirely or mostly by social welfare non-profits that don’t have to do so. That leaves voters in the dark about where money is really coming from.
An accidentally released court filing reveals how one company secretly gave money to a non-profit that helped get favorable mining legislation passed.
From dark money to a mysterious super PAC donor, here are a few of the best investigations of money in politics since the last elections.
The agency has pushed back indefinitely a hearing on new regulations for social welfare non-profits that spend money on politics.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has failed to set up a body that would make recommendations on how to deal with rising seas.
The designation could also make it harder for Syrian refugees to come to the U.S., even if they haven’t actually taken up arms against the regime.
A Q&A with Brian Fontenot, whose research gives the latest indication that fracking may be tied to arsenic contamination.
We’ve rounded up some of the best reporting on hurricanes and what happens after they’re over—from inept planning to police abuses to waste and misspending during the recovery.
In Ocean City, New Jersey, alone, Washington has dropped more than $40 million to restore beaches that will never be safe from the storms.
FEMA maps that dictate insurance premiums for millions of Americans are dangerously outdated. Can we get them ready before another Katrina or Sandy?