Clinton did not list charity on Senate disclosure forms
Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton and former President Bill Clinton started a family charity in 2001, but she has not listed it on financial disclosure reports five times. Because of the charity, the Clintons have been able to write off more than $5 million in taxable personal income over the period. Philippe Reines, Clinton's press secretary, said it was an oversight. Clinton amended the forms Monday.
The New York Times added that the information has been available about the charity on the IRS' website for years.
The article seemed to be relatively free of bias, which is important in stories about political figures, especially with Clinton running for the Democratic ticket in 2008.