Amid growing revelations of hacking and internet surveillance, improving online security is necessary for journalists and others who work with sensitive information. Here are our tips for how to get started.
In twelve years of operation, more than 600 detainees have been released from Guantanamo. Here's what we know about what they are doing now.
Americans abroad say that the U.S. tax law FATCA, intended to crack down on offshore tax avoidance, has snared middle and working class expatriates with byzantine and unfair requirements.
Skyrocketing numbers of Americans have been renouncing US citizenship in recent years. Help us figure out who they are and why they are cutting ties with Uncle Sam.
In the aftermath of disasters like Typhoon Haiyan, its often difficult to get basic facts on casualties, damage and humanitarian relief. Our guide offers reliable sources for answering these critical questions.
As the 50th anniversary of John F. Kennedy's assassination approaches, our guide for researchers, reporters and concerned citizens offers a list of reliable sources for examining one of history's most shocking crimes.
The Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project has launched a new research desk that will assist reporters worldwide with crime and corruption investigations.
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