You can play along at home—especially if your home is in Nicaragua or Venezuela.
In a country where public school systems are failing, a growing nonprofit organization shows students and teachers how to revitalize learning.
Some in Congress hope to drop a 1950s-era amendment from the final tax bill and allow nonprofits to engage in political activity without losing tax-exempt status.
In an effort to gain even more control of Americans' banking assets, the banking industry is trying to stamp out member-owned credit unions -- which began amid the banking failures of the Great Depression -- by stripping them of their nonprofit status.
A new IRS filing reveals that a shadowy Koch brothers-led nonprofit, Freedom Partners, spent nearly a quarter-billion dollars trying to influence 2012 elections and policy discussions. Most of the donors remain secret. Can you say, "oligarchy"?
There's a ripple of movement in Congress to strip nonprofit status from pro sports businesses such as the NFL and PGA, raising fresh questions about why taxpayers should support billion-dollar entertainment industries.
Since last fall, one million borrowers have had their federal student loans randomly assigned to new loan-servicing companies, all nonprofits or subsidiaries of nonprofit organizations, thanks to a little-known provision in the 2010 healthcare overhaul.
Updated Ugandan guerrilla leader Joseph Kony has forced more than 60,000 kidnapped children to kill for him Nonprofit crusaders Invisible Children say they’ll stop him, but the group has its own problemsUgandan guerrilla leader Joseph Kony has forced more than 60,000 children to kill for him.
Clandestine political financiers such as David H. Koch, who along with his brother Charles has bankrolled the tea party movement, may soon be hit with “gift taxes” for each donation to nonprofit political advocacy groups. The Internal Revenue Service has been able to tax such contributions since 1982, but it has rarely happened, The New York Times reports.
Two years after Harvard Law School announced it would waive a year of tuition for students who pledged to work five years in the nonprofit sector or in government, the school has suspended the program, citing both the recession and a flood of students seeking to get in on the deal.