China slips in a global corruption ranking following revelations that the country's wealthy elite use offshore tax havens.
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.
ICIJ's Alfredo Quijano, who chronicled crime and corruption on the US-Mexico border, died of a stroke last weekend. He is remembered by his colleague Alfredo Corchado.
Europe's biggest nickel mining company, Talvivaara, coaxed billions of euros from investors with rosy promises about an unproven mining technique. Then the new method failed to work as planned.
The author of ICIJ and the New York Times' joint investigation of the Cook Islands describes the hidden world of the Cooks' offshore economy, a "lawsuit-proof" paradise where the wealthy stash their assets.
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.
Inga Springe describes the challenges of creating the first investigative journalism center in the Baltics, as well as her groundbreaking investigations into organized crime and economic inequality.
An investigation by ICIJ's members in Germany reveals that the U.S. secretly staged drone warfare from bases in Germany, with the help of German intelligence services.
As the world cracks down on offshore tax havens, little-known business groups that represent many of the world's most powerful corporations are trying to put the brakes on reforms.
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