In this Jan. 21, 2009 photo provided by the New York Stock Exchange, Rev. Carl Keyes, founder of Aid for the World, rings the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange. Urban Life Ministries, ... more 
In this Jan. 21, 2009 photo provided by the New York Stock Exchange, Rev. Carl Keyes, founder of Aid for the World, rings the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange. Urban Life Ministries, created by Keyes and based in a church not far from the World Trade Center site, is one of many 9/11 charities that have caught the attention of the IRS because it failed to file annual tax returns. But an Associated Press review found other issues, as well that raise alarm bells. Keyes, said that in the initial months after the 9/11 attacks the group raised more than $4 million. All of that money, he said, went to cover the costs of counseling, feeding and caring for 9/11 victims, first responders and workers at ground zero. But there's no way to know how Keyes used donations raised to do that. (AP Photo/NYSE) less 
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