The Global Muckraker
Doctors demand to see medical device safety evidence in Europe
Simon Bowers · November 30, 2018

Senior doctors, consumer groups and transparency campaigners want manufacturers of high-risk medical devices to be forced to make safety data public.

Panama Papers: German police raid Deutsche Bank headquarters over alleged money laundering
Hamish Boland-Rudder and Will Fitzgibbon · November 29, 2018

The investigation is focused on whether Germany’s biggest bank helped clients set up offshore accounts to transfer money from criminal activities.

‘We won’t tolerate opacity’: Health officials pledge reform in Europe after Implant Files
Will Fitzgibbon · November 28, 2018

Regulators and advocates are calling for more transparency and better patient protection in response to ICIJ’s investigation into the medical devices industry.

ICIJ kicks off #GivingNewsDay with an Insiders challenge (and gift!)
Vanessa Chebli · November 27, 2018

Support independent journalism! Join our ICIJ Insiders community today and we’ll send you brand-new ICIJ and Implant Files stickers.

US plans ‘significant modernization’ for medical device approval
Spencer Woodman · November 26, 2018

The Food and Drug Administration said it will make the most significant changes in a generation of how the agency clears devices for sale.

Implant Files prompt immediate response, before first stories published
Will Fitzgibbon and Martha M. Hamilton · November 25, 2018

Government regulators, industry lobbyists and medical experts scrambled to get ahead of ICIJ’s latest investigation, the Implant Files, before the first word was even published.

ICIJ publishes new investigation: the Implant Files
ICIJ · November 25, 2018

ICIJ partnered with more than 250 journalists in 36 countries to examine how devices are tested, approved, marketed and monitored.

Independent Russian magazine spared extinction by readers covering mammoth ‘political’ fine
Will Fitzgibbon · November 14, 2018

Supporters of one of Russia’s last independent media outlets have raised more than $373,000 to pay a court-imposed penalty widely seen as politically motivated.

A poem about the Paradise Papers
Amy Wilson-Chapman · November 13, 2018

It’s not every day a poem is written about a global investigation.