Philanthropy

The Latest: Organizers call end to Arizona teacher strike

May 3, 2018

The grass-roots group that organized a historic Arizona teacher strike is calling an end to the walkout that affected 1 million students after raises and some school funding passed in the state budget

Bill Gates pumps $158 million into push to combat US poverty

May 3, 2018

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation says it'll spend $158 million combating U.S. poverty over the next four years

Amazon halts Seattle construction project ahead of tax vote

May 2, 2018

Amazon says it is pausing construction on a new high-rise building in Seattle while it awaits the outcome of a city proposal to tax worker hours

Charity, war monitor say Syrian hospital destroyed in strike

May 2, 2018

A medical charity and a Syria war monitoring group say a hospital has been destroyed in an airstrike in opposition-held northwest Syria

Arizona teachers vow to end strike if funding plan passes

May 2, 2018

Arizona teachers promise to end a historic statewide strike that shut down schools for days if lawmakers pass a plan that offers big raises and increased school funding

Vatican aims to keep charities, donations clean with new law

Apr 27, 2018

The Vatican's financial watchdog has taken on responsibility for evaluating suspicious donations to Vatican-based charities and foundations, an assignment that marks a new phase of Pope Francis' financial reforms

3 days after fatal shootings, Tennessee Waffle House reopens

Apr 26, 2018

The Tennessee Waffle House where four people died in a shooting reopened Wednesday after employees said they wanted to go back to work

Arizona unites to care for, feed kids during teacher strike

Apr 25, 2018

Working parents are scrambling to find care for their kids as tens of thousands of teachers in Arizona launch the first-ever statewide strike this week

The Latest: Nashville musicians raising funds for victims

Apr 25, 2018

Country musician Brantley Gilbert and rock band Dashboard Confessional are teaming up to raise money for victims of the shooting at a Tennessee Waffle House.

Donors pledge $4.4 billion in Syria aid, short of UN needs

Apr 25, 2018

International donors have pledged an estimated $4.4 billion in humanitarian aid for Syria and neighbors sheltering its refugees in 2018, falling significantly short of the more than $7 billion the United Nations is seeking

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