ICIJ members and colleagues forced to leave home after revealing questionable dealings in a government food program.
It’s not easy being a journalist in Honduras, where you can be captured by hooded men and face political pressure. But for ICIJ member Lourdes Ramirez that’s why she became a reporter in the first place.
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.
Even in Europe, a continent where press freedom is generally sheltered, reporters face challenges to keep fulfilling their mission of holding their government accountable.
We take a closer look at Apple’s decision to bring back hundreds of billions of dollars in offshore cash claiming a “responsibility to give back” to the United States.
Australian Taxation Office commissioner Chris Jordan talks to ICIJ about national tax authorities’ coordinated global response to the Paradise Papers revelations.
The formal request from four Republicans suggests that links between Russia and social media companies may be a potential factor in new U.S. sanctions.
A new mass data leak, this time from an elite law firm with elite clients, shows how deeply offshoring is embedded in the global financial system.