While a Medicare payments plan would likely force groups focused on nursing homes to make sacrifices, they say the benefits of the 'doc fix' bill outweigh the costs of restrictions in long-term care pay.
The NCAA Tournament is upon us, and while many reports cite the potential for lost productivity at work, some are claiming just the opposite. Plus, a few other tips to help boost productivity.
Two associations in the energy space have filed a lawsuit against the federal government for attempting to create federal safety regulations that would affect the fracking process on federal or tribal lands.
Distributed content is right on the horizon, but what is it, and what does it mean for publishers? Plus: a "chimpy" discount for nonprofits.
At the fifth annual science fair, a group of Oklahoma Girl Scouts demonstrated their innovative project that will help some people read easier. Also on display: projects focused on bringing more underrepresented groups into math and science careers.
In an update on the proposed rule on political activity by nonprofits, IRS Commissioner John Koskinen told Congress and reporters that the agency may look to widen the rule’s lens to cover more than just 501(c)(4) organizations.
Job opportunities at nonprofits are growing, but the salary often isn’t enough to bring in new recruits, according to a new report.
As part of a recently announced global competition, the Australian Water Association is seeking businesses and entrepreneurs to submit their ideas and innovative solutions to water sustainability challenges.
Last week, Gawker took the bold step of making White House "pool reports," mostly available only to other journalists, publicly accessible. The president of the White House Correspondents Association, the group that organizes the volunteer reports, tentatively gave the effort its blessing.
A new report found that millennials are not willing to pay for news and that while they don’t actively seek news through social media, they often get their information through Facebook and YouTube anyway. How does these findings affect associations?