Report: Harvard Asian Discrimination Trial Will Impact Donations

According to a report from the Crimson, the Harvard Asian-American discrimination trial will make an impact on donations made by alumni to the university — but whether it will a positive or negative impact depends on who you ask.

The Associated Press

Democrats Double GOP’s Fundraising for House Races

House Democrats have raised more than twice as much campaign cash as their GOP rivals for a spending binge in the final stretch of the 2018 campaign, according to the Center for Responsive Politics.

An employee at a money changer counts USD 100 bills in Manila on October 25, 2012. AFP PHOTO/NOEL CELIS

Top Ten Most Charitable U.S. States of 2016

The holiday season is a season of charitable giving for many Americans, but those in Utah are more likely to give than other states, according to WalletHub’s ranking of the most charitable states.


Ted Cruz’s SCOTUS Pick Donated to Democrats in 2008

The man Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) says he would have nominated to the Supreme Court instead of John Roberts gave $1,000 to the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) in 2008 — the year Barack Obama swept to power and Nancy Pelosi was re-elected Speaker of the House.

Ted Cruz at Houston Rally 3-15-16

Tony Robbins Saves Nuns from Eviction in S.F

World-renowned business coach Tony Robbins came to the rescue of the two French nuns who faced eviction after their landlord reportedly doubled the rent of the little San Francisco soup kitchen they were renting with proceeds from the sale of their handmade pastries.

Tony Robbins (Jeff Christensen / Associated Press)

Muslim Effort Raises $100k for San Bernardino Victims

On Wednesday, the Los Angeles Times called a $100,000 fundraising effort for the victims of the massacre in San Bernardino, “the most successful crowd-funding venture Muslim Americans have ever launched for the broader community.”

Muslim vigil (Patrick T. Fallon / AFP / Getty)