European women’s rights expanded in early medieval cities, though they were still limited. Last wills and testaments were some of the few documents women could dictate themselves.
The jury’s verdict followed years of allegations that the gun group’s top official and other leaders were spending money meant to benefit its members on their own luxuries.
The stock market’s weak performance at the end of 2022 may have made donors less willing to give.
How can an industry experiencing systemic failure get back on its feet?
Immigration may be concentrated on America’s coasts, but newcomers are putting down roots in Midwestern communities as well.
Under his watch, congressional action toward gun control ground to a near halt that lasted for many years.
Standards are vague, and the IRS, which is tasked with enforcement, hasn’t provided much oversight.
A professor of nonprofit law explains why drafting any restrictions on charities requires proceeding with great care.
When President Daniel Ortega returned to power in 2006, church figures supported him. Violent repression after the 2018 protests has soured the relationship and made clergy targets for intimidation.
The NRA’s new leaders have to make important decisions as they confront a shaky financial future.
Barring evidence of moral turpitude or excessive absenteeism, former administrators are very hard to force out.
A legal scholar argues that assigning a designated contrarian and rotating this role over time will help nonprofit boards resist the dangerous pull toward passivity and deference.
Threats from disappointed donors over the language used during campus protests about the Israel-Hamas conflict have become angrier and more public than in the past.
The late Justice Sandra Day O'Connor’s iCivics curriculum has been shown to boost knowledge of the political process.
Many of the Americans getting this debt relief are nurses, teachers, first responders, Peace Corps volunteers and social workers.
This lawsuit is only the latest chapter in a battle between the state and the reproductive health care provider that heated up in 2011.
The board is supposed to stop OpenAI from veering from its mission of building technology that benefits humanity.
Wooing those workers will be expensive and require a lot of creativity, since many of them are employed in ‘right-to-work’ states.
On the wall of an orphanage in Venice, a musicologist encountered a fresco featuring an aria written for an opera. She’s since embarked on a project to bring this forgotten music back.
Middle-class consumers and shoppers of color give the most this way.