3 min ago | The Wall Street Journal
The uneasy relationship between the top Democrat and Republican on the House Oversight and Government Affairs Committee took a turn for the worse on Tuesday after the Democrat published a transcript of an interview with an Internal Revenue Service manager who had suggested that he wasn't directed by the White House to target applications from ... (more)
4 hrs ago | WAVE-TV Louisville
A nonprofit group helping to spread the word about President Barack Obama's health care overhaul launched a campaign Tuesday that will target states with high numbers of uninsured Americans and tackle their skepticism with straightforward messages.
8 hrs ago | NewsChannel 9 WSYR
The seven-foot tribute, created by an artist in Guangzhou, China, was unveiled in Chinatown's historical Central Plaza on Saturday.
12 hrs ago | The Southtown Star
Former Country Club Hills Police Chief Regina Evans pleaded guilty Monday to fraud and money laundering charges related to the misuse of a $1.25 million state grant to a non-profit organization she ran with her husband, Ronald Evans Jr. Evans, 50, appeared before U.S. District Court Judge Sue Myerscough in Springfield, where she entered guilty ... (more)
A Minden cultural nonprofit that uses agriculture and the arts has new raised gardening beds and flowerbeds, thanks to $11,000 and a day of work from an anonymous company.
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau remained under fire Monday for taking hefty speaking fees from charitable groups after becoming an MP, despite promising to pay back any organization that was dissatisfied.
Arizona's Republican Governor Jan Brewer signed a law on Monday to expand Medicaid, embracing a key part of Democratic President Barack Obama's healthcare plan in a hard-won policy victory over conservatives in her own party.
This weekend, local activist Ken Bonerigo sent an e-mail to supporters of Charleston Waterkeeper, informing them that the organization's tax-exempt status had been revoked by the Internal Revenue Service on May 15, 2012.
The state labor chief says cutting services at state jobless service centers shouldn't make it harder for out-of-work Tennesseans to find jobs.
Companies are making shifts in the benefits they offer employees, from providing more contraception coverage and more services for new mothers, to being more flexible with paid time off, according to a new report from the Society for Human Resource Management .
The opening shot of the first episode of Season One of "House of Cards" shows Kevin Spacey as South Carolinian Congressman Francis "Frank" Underwood breaking a dog's neck, playing against Blake Snyder's screenwriting maxim to, early on, show a protagonist "saving the cat" in order to evoke investment in the character.
Sing for Hope Pianos returned to the vibrant New York City streets beginning June 1. For two weeks, 88 pianos were available for everyone to enjoy in public spaces throughout New York City's five boroughs in support of the NYC-based non-profit Sing for Hope and its mission to provide "access to the arts for all."
Dylan Gallacher grew up Glenwood Springs listening to his dad talk about the Oglala Lakota people.
The head of an influential Pittsburgh-based charity is being criticized for his ties to the oil and gas industry, but some experts say the allegations are misguided.
Bloomingdale and Riverview residents might want to take note when they pick up the phone and there's a nonprofit asking for donations on the other end of the line.
Len Schattler, formerly of Port Huron, does touch-up painting in the girls changing area May 29 at the Court Street Pool in Port Huron.