As a reporter facing the horrors and absurdities of the Afghanistan War, Tina Fey is reliably funny and at times profound.
A conservative nonprofit sued the Internal Revenue Service on Monday because the agency targeted it for extra scrutiny and disclosed the group's application for tax-exempt status to ProPublica.
Bill Moyers interviews Kim Barker and Andy Kroll about the explosion of dark money spending in this year's midterm elections, and the impact of looming Supreme Court decisions.
Obscure limited liability companies have ultimate say over the Koch network’s nonprofits, which spend hundreds of millions of dollars to advance conservative causes.
The IRS has granted nonprofit status to America Is Not Stupid 2013, a so-called dark money group best known for a 2012 election ad featuring a talking baby who compared the smell of his diaper with a Montana senator.
The IRS division responsible for flagging tea party groups has long been an agency afterthought, beset by mismanagement, financial constraints and an unwillingness to spell out just what it expects from social welfare nonprofits, former officials and experts say.