Ruthless Capitalists Can't Donate Their Way Out of Trouble Anymore
The Sackler family behind OxyContin is accused of brazenly jumpstarting the deadly opioid crisis. In the era of endless scams, elite philanthropy like theirs is hitting roadblocks.
Phoebe Robinson Would Like You to Stop Being an Asshole
In her new book "Everything’s Trash, But It’s Okay," Phoebe Robinson talks about interracial dating, paying off $65k in student loan debt, and succeeding in comedy. Pro tip: "don't be an asshole."
A bomb was found inside George Soros' mailbox
A police bomb squad responded and detonated the device.
Rihanna Has Raised Millions for Girls' Education—and She's Just Getting Started
At the Diamond Ball, in her advocacy, and writing in a new Guardian op-ed, Rih is supporting education initiatives for children across the globe. Nothing but respect for our commander-in-chief.
This Artist Recreates Iconic Images Out of Trash, Toys, and Chocolate Syrup
Brazilian photographer Vik Muniz wants people to see the world differently.
We Need #GivingTuesday to Make Up For Our Gross Spending on Black Friday
Your guide to #GivingTuesday. What’s working, what’s not and what you can do about it.
Warped Tour Founder Kevin Lyman Discusses Its Impact, for Better or Worse
A look back at the positive and negative aspects of the long-running festival that made it a lightning rod for controversy.
Grand Slam Golfer Fulfills Lifelong Promise to ‘Help People That Struggle’
Catching up with golf legend Gary Player to talk about his philanthropic work in South Africa through the Player Foundation.
What Last Week's Traffic Jams in NYC Meant for Social Impact
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology's social innovation program Solve wants to provide key funding, networks, and support for the world's brightest minds and ideas.
Last Chance High
These Famous People Actually Use Their Star Power to Help At-Risk Youth
Influencers can bring much-needed cash to frontline organizations and important causes.
Orphaned Gloves Become Adorable, Socially-Conscious Art
Two artists transform single gloves found on New York City sidewalks into quirky, handcrafted toys to help the homeless.
Some Celebrities Care More About Helping The World Than Camera Time
Because hey, philanthropy from rich movie stars actually works sometimes.