The former Trump aide and others allegedly misused funds donated to build a border wall.
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A nonprofit law expert explains the federal case against the former Trump adviser.
A comedian's record-breaking fundraiser shows us the power of celebrity. But it also reveals the complexities of raising a lot of money very quickly.
Eight charities will get the Trump Foundation’s remaining assets.
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Under a settlement reached with New York authorities, he must give US$2 million to nonprofits out of his own pocket. And if he wants to start another foundation, Trump must submit to close supervision.
The new Sackler courtyard at the V&A museum.
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Charity law is quite strict when it comes to giving back donations that have already been made.
Did a Trump Foundation charity event in 2016 boost his candidacy?
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A New York judge will decide whether Trump owes more than $2.8 million in restitution.
A demonstrator in New York demanding that President Donald Trump’s tax returns be made public.
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There are other ways for the state to make the president's tax returns part of the public record that are more likely to work.
Wasteful and fake charities are usually harder to spot than this.
Digital innovations are making it easier to give to charity and for donors to become informed before they support nonprofits.
There are rules about what charities can say and spend during election campaigns.
Charities are limited in how much they can spend on campaigning. Is this justified?