The Global Muckraker
Time for Public Officials to Disclose Their Tax Payments?
Sheila Coronel · January 7, 2013

ICIJ member Sheila Coronel explores whether an argument can be made for mandating that the highest officials disclose the taxes they pay.

How To Cultivate a ‘Data State of Mind’
Mar Cabra · December 19, 2012

Mar Cabra is one of ICIJ’s data journalism gurus and is at the forefront of investigative journalism and journalism education in Spain. Here she discusses data journalism: its role in investigative reporting and the essential tools and skills for this field.

‘Be Prepared To Be Disliked’
David Leigh · December 18, 2012

The Guardian’s investigations editor lists the essential skills to get a journalism job, and the most important lesson he’s learned over the years.

FDA Posts Warning on Tainted Human Body Parts
Kate Willson and Thomas Maier · December 14, 2012

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration threatens recall after bacteria and contaminants were found in human tissue products made by a top supplier to hospitals in the U.S. and around the world.

Global Power To Shift to Asia by 2030, U.S. Says
R. Jeffrey Smith · December 12, 2012

Asian countries will soon surpass the United States in many global power metrics, the U.S. intelligence community confirms in a new report.

UK Govt Promises Offshore Investigation After ICIJ Exposé
David Leigh · November 27, 2012

ICIJ’s revelations about offshore finance secrecy prompt the British government to investigate any abuses revealed involving sham nominee directors.

Offshore World Allows Some to Play Outside the Rules
Gerard Ryle and Marina Walker Guevara · November 25, 2012

The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists today launches the first part of a multi-year project aimed at stripping away the biggest mystery associated with tax havens: the owners of anonymous companies.

Investigative Journalism: Why the Crisis?
Rui Araujo · November 20, 2012

Investigative journalism is not glamorous. It’s hard work and mostly boring. But that’s not why it’s in crisis.

Medical Journal Warns on Human Tissue Trade
Thomas Maier and Kate Willson · November 14, 2012

In its latest issue, the prestigious British medical journal The Lancet warns about the dangers of “profiteering” in the $1 billion international…