The final in our three-part series: Now you can explore our database, it’s time to look at other publicly available data.
Trump told voters he would put “America First.” But surrounding him are associates who have used tax havens to conduct business.
The Power Players interactive explores the offshore companies linked to 40 politicians and their immediate relatives.
ICIJ’s first Neo4j Connected Data Fellow left the finance industry to become a journalist, and found himself working with one of the largest data leaks ever.
For Burkina Faso reporter Yacouba Ladji Bama working on a collaborative, global project has some unique challenges with internet and phone reception less than perfect.
The U.S. released its controversial (and unoriginal) public list of Russian oligarchs. We’ve seen many of them before – offshore.
Switzerland has delayed and the U.S. has refused to take part in reforms aimed at curbing financial secrecy, according to the Tax Justice Network’s new Financial Secrecy Index.
Mar Cabra believes that journalists need to archive documents and share them so they can connect the dots between stories and make sense of the future.
Part two of a three-part series: Here are a few tips on how to navigate the networks and extract all the information you can out of ICIJ’s Offshore Leaks Database.
The Swedish Postcode Foundation and the Jonathan Logan Family Foundation have joined ICIJ’s community of supporters.
New York Times reporter Mike Forsythe reveals what it’s like to work on a global investigation like the Paradise Papers.
At the 2018 Golden Globes ceremony, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced two grants of $1 million each to ICIJ and the Committee To Protect Journalists.