Investigative reporting

Rabbit Holes: Choosing what to investigate
Amy Wilson-Chapman · August 31, 2017

ICIJ director Gerard Ryle discusses how to chose what to investigate with journalists from Australia, India and America.

Journalists Hang Tough in Face of Backlash Against Panama Papers Reporting
Will Fitzgibbon · December 1, 2016

Reporters have faced consequences both in nations where media crackdowns are common and also in nations with reputations for high levels of press freedom.

Trump’s organization did business with Iranian bank later linked to terrorism
Sasha Chavkin, Michael Hudson and Dave Levinthal · September 28, 2016

The U.S. Republican presidential nominee has slammed his opponent Hillary Clinton for cutting ‘deals with our foreign adversaries.’

Africa’s offshore secrets revealed as investigations continue
Will Fitzgibbon · July 27, 2016

More than a dozen new stories from ICIJ partners across the continent have generated strong public interest and attracted interest from government.

Reporters Warned, Inquiries Opened as African Nations Respond to Panama Papers
Will Fitzgibbon · July 15, 2016

Mossack Fonseca targeted clients in Africa for business, but now some of those clients have become targets themselves as authorities launch investigations into the Panama Papers revelations.

Panama Papers Source Offers Documents To Governments, Hints At More To Come
ICIJ · May 6, 2016

The anonymous whistleblower behind the Panama Papers has conditionally offered to make the documents available to government authorities.

One source, 370+ journalists – behind the scenes of the Panama Papers
ICIJ · April 12, 2016

More than 370 journalists worked on the Panama Papers, a 12 month investigation that covered almost 80 countries and involved more than 100 media organizations.

Leaked files reveal new detail in French UBS tax evasion case
Cecile S. Gallego · February 17, 2016

The Swiss bank is preparing to face court and the possibility of a multibillion-euro fine over allegations it knowingly helped French clients evade tax.

Four ways to embrace a cross-border state of mind
Emilia Díaz-Struck · November 26, 2015

A recent global journalism conference highlighted an important new trend: expanding perspectives through transnational collaboration.