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.
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.
Giannina Segnini, the director of the investigative team at La Nacion newspaper in Costa Rica, describes her approach to the investigation that put two former Costa Rican presidents behind bars.
A leading offshore services company finds that ICIJ’s Offshore Leaks investigation has caused serious damage to the industry. The solution? More public relations and lobbying.
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.