The Global Muckraker
How investigative journalism exposed the Swiss tax ‘rip off’
Martha M. Hamilton · August 7, 2018

ICIJ member Oliver Zihlmann is part of a team of investigative reporters working to bring change to one of the most important tax havens in the world.

Loopholes in UK company register show crime can still flourish, study finds
Will Fitzgibbon · August 2, 2018

Corrupt politicians, fraudsters and money launderers could still be avoiding detection, an analysis by nonprofit Global Witness has found.

‘What information should I include?’ and other FAQs about becoming a whistleblower
Gerard Ryle · July 31, 2018

Thinking about becoming a whistleblower? Here are some of the things you should consider before sharing your information.

‘I’m worried that we will run out of sources when we need them the most’
Frederik Obermaier, Bastian Obermayer and Georg Mascolo · July 30, 2018

U.S. National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden calls for whistleblower protections.

PGP encryption isn’t dead, despite the panic over EFAIL
Razzan Nakhlawi · July 24, 2018

ICIJ relies on PGP encryption every day, so we’ve been watching the EFAIL vulnerabilities debate closely. Is PGP dead? We don’t think so.

Meet The Funders: What ICIJ’s readers think of our work
Caitlin Ginley Sigal · July 23, 2018

A recent survey of our readers has helped ICIJ understand how we’re doing, why our readers support us, and what we can do to better serve you.

New international investigation tackles ‘fake science’ and its poisonous effects
Scilla Alecci · July 20, 2018

Hundreds of thousands of scientists worldwide have published studies in self-described scientific journals that don’t provide traditional checks for accuracy and quality, according to a new journalistic investigation.

Leading Republican Senator joins call for Ross ethics probe
Sasha Chavkin · July 17, 2018

The Senate Commerce Committee chair has become the first Republican to join calls for an investigation of Ross’ finances and ethics disclosures.

IRS spent $380m but took ‘limited or no action’ on offshore tax dodges
Spencer Woodman · July 16, 2018

The U.S. government took “limited or no action” to battle secret offshore holdings, despite spending $380 million on a new initiative.