Is the Record Number of Small Donations Making a Difference in the 2018 Mid-Term Elections?
Research suggests small donors are more like most Americans than large donors are. How big of a difference will they make to this year's congressional races?
U.S. Taxpayers Are Subsidizing the Defense of Alleged Killers
An Israeli group is raising money in the U.S. to support Israelis charged with or convicted of violence against Palestinians.
Red Cross Says How It Spent Sandy Money Is 'Trade Secret'
The charity is fighting ProPublica's public records request for information on how it raised and spent money after the superstorm.
Do 'Save Darfur' Facebook Members Really Care About Darfur?
A new analysis proves armchair activism is alive and well.
How Sean Noble Moved the Kochs’ Cash Into Politics and Made Millions
Sean Noble was a former congressional aide just starting as a political consultant when he was recruited to help run the Kochtopus—Charles and David Koch’s multi-layered political network.
Federal Contractors May Be Told to Disclose Donations
In an end run around the "Citizens United" Supreme Court decision it disliked, the Obama administration is considering having all federal contractors disclose their political donations.
People's Generosity Does Not See All Suffering As Equal
Newly published research finds people give more generously to relief efforts following natural disasters, effectively penalizing the people caught up in man-made catastrophes.
Corporate HQs Mean More Charity For Nearby Nonprofits
New research shows that when corporations relocate their headquarters to new cities, they bring with them millions of dollars in charitable contributions.