February 22, 2017
Also, a Maine grant maker will contribute millions to reducing college debts for graduates who commit to working in the state, and the Supreme Court says a Tea Party group can't sue individual IRS officials over scrutiny of its bid for tax-exempt status.
February 16, 2017
Also, a leading resettlement charity cuts jobs and closes offices as the Trump administration moves to curb refugee admissions, and a snack-bar mogul pledges $25 million to monitor food-industry industry influence on health policy.
February 10, 2017
Also, the NRA's leader gets a $3.7 million compensation bump, and a tiny New York State college schools the Ivy League on endowment investing.
February 06, 2017
Also, a refugee-resettlement charity faces an uncertain future in the wake of President Trump's bid to restrict immigration, and Republican members of Congress call for amending the Johnson Amendment.
February 01, 2017
In the wake of the president’s controversial immigration order, the American Red Cross and other big nonprofits are taking heat for holding fundraising events at his Florida estate.
January 31, 2017
Despite their newfound optimism, some say they will face fierce opposition from groups that want to protect access to abortions.
January 19, 2017
A round-up of news coverage by The Chronicle of what's at stake for nonprofits, as well as opinion pieces by charity leaders and philanthropy experts on negotiating this new environment.
January 19, 2017
Also, Betsy DeVos distances herself from giving by her parents' foundation to groups viewed as anti-gay rights, and D.C.-area Girl Scouts draw fire for marching in Donald Trump's inaugural.
January 09, 2017
Also, what Rex Tillerson's tenure as national Boy Scouts leader and Betsy DeVos's schools-focused philanthropy might tell us about their prospective leadership of the State and Education departments.
December 29, 2016
In a year full of changes and big questions for nonprofits, Chronicle readers looked for unconventional wisdom and evidence of ideas that work.