America’s love-hate relationship with guns is reaching a new level.
The Chronicle of Philanthropy’s latest ranking indicates that the coronavirus and heightened awareness about racism made a difference, but not necessarily a lasting one.
A diagnosis of metastatic breast cancer means having cancer for the rest of one’s life – a situation with very different needs and concerns compared to earlier stages of the disease.
The producers are recasting the show as a documentary. The original version would have done more harm than good for the causes being showcased, two scholars argue.
The announcement didn’t use the word ‘divest.’ A legal scholar explains why that shouldn’t matter.
Achieving widespread immunity to COVID-19 through vaccination requires as many people as possible to get their shots, including those who object or haven’t bothered.
Portions of the internet disappear every day. Preservation of this historical record requires a proactive approach by archivists and everyday citizens.
Megachurches and the men who lead them can be superrich. So why don’t the IRS and local authorities see a cent in taxes? A scholar explains.
Following the deadly collapse of a condo high-rise in Florida, a historian of this kind of housing explains how it offers a sense of community that many people seek.
An expert on condo management explains why associations should commission new studies that determine how much money they need to set aside for repairs every three to five years.
Since New York mandated new executive compensation rules in 2013, the state’s nonprofit CEOs have been getting paid less than expected while working more.
Nonprofits rarely get money they are free to spend on any purpose.
The training center, which welcomed Rosa Parks and John Lewis before they became famous, still empowers and inspires marginalized Americans to use their own voices and talents.
In a 6-3 ruling, the court’s majority said the requirements violated donors’ First Amendment rights by subjecting them to potential harassment.
More than most other countries, the non-profit sector in Canada relies on government funding. Yet there is a shocking lack of transparency.
The gun group violates four key legal and management principles, a scholar of nonprofits explains.
Judge Harlin Hale found that the gun group wasn’t acting in ‘good faith’ when it filed for bankruptcy.
Traditional treatments for PTSD, such as talk therapy and medication, do work for some veterans. But service dogs can make a difference when those methods fall short.
A former student at a therapeutic boarding school, who is now a scholar, explains why she believes a growing outcry is making a difference.
Arts organizations have been particularly hard hit, but many may benefit from new sources of emergency government funding.