This issue of The IRE Journal focuses on examining nonprofit organizations. It offers tips for disecting an organization's Form 990, tools for visualizing questionable conduct by a web of charities, using IRS records to help with daily stories and large projects, and resources that can be useful for investigating nonprofits. This issue also explores a story about how public records point to cheating on state tests, notable books that can help journalists with long form investigations, tips for investigating child-care fraud, following the money to determine if it's really used to fight terrorism, getting sports records from universitites, uncovering hidden homicides, and investigating obstacles for disabled people on public transit.
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