From pivotal legislative pushes in the U.S. and elsewhere, to ongoing probes into deposed leaders and tax dodgers, the impact of the largest ever offshore investigation is still being felt around the world.
ICIJ member Alberto Arellano started out as a kid with a typewriter before eventually becoming one of Chile's most respected investigative reporters.
Carlos Cardoen sold cluster bombs to Saddam Hussein. Leaked documents detail how an elite firm chose to stick with the notorious former arms merchant
The ride-hailing app lured its earliest workers with hefty incentives. But as early promises faded, these drivers describe how their earnings dropped and dangers mounted.
For our first episode of Meet the Investigators for 2022, we're taking you back to the beginnings with Colombian reporter Maria Teresa Ronderos, who worked on ICIJ's first investigations 20 years ago, and describes collaborative investigations as like being addicted to "really good ice cream."
Staff members of El Faro, an ICIJ partner, were among 35 journalists and activists hacked by spyware made by the NSO Group.
ICIJ’s reporting partners ignited a firestorm of fallout in the region by exposing the offshore dealings of presidents, elites and people accused of high-profile corruption.
ICIJ partners in the region endured surveillance, raids, exile, smear campaigns by top politicians, laws targeting independent media and more.
The country’s legislature voted to request to question Guillermo Lasso about his offshore dealings, while the comptroller’s office has dropped its probe
In its efforts to shed its decades-long reputation as a center for tax avoidance and money laundering, the country is embracing transparency.
Sebastián Piñera is one of many prominent Latin American politicians seeing backlash after their offshore dealings were exposed in the global investigation.
The lawmakers cited a Pandora Papers investigation that showed how shares of a major Dominican sugar company, Central Romana, are being sheltered in South Dakota, part of a $14 million portfolio connected to family members of its onetime president.
Corruption allegations against President Sebastián Piñera stem from a controversial mining deal. Proceedings now advance to the Senate.
The national prosecutor’s office said it will open an investigation of a controversial mining deal due to new evidence uncovered in the largest ever offshore data leak.
A flurry of fallout continues around the world days after ICIJ and global media partners begin to publish findings from the biggest offshore leak in history.
Alcogal set up offshore companies for 160 politicians and public officials, leaked records show – including some accused of looting their countries.
ICIJ's Chilean member Francisca Skoknic shares stories about investigating notorious dictator Pinochet and his offshore companies, as well as the behind-the-scenes work that goes into the innovative news messenger platform, LaBot.
In this month's Meet the Investigators, Barbara Maseda tells of the challenges of finding data and documents in Cuba, a country where journalists are threatened and harassed and where information is kept hidden away.
A new book explores a multibillion-dollar money laundering conspiracy by gold traders and the human side of the illegal mining economy.
In the first major global award for the investigation, judges highlighted the “rigorous cross-border work” done by the Argentinian team.
From Benin to Bolivia to Britain, see stories on precious metals companies by ICIJ’s media partners.
ICIJ partners investigated 'ghost' companies in Canada, Russian mirror trades, North Korean money moving through major U.S. banks, Miami’s role in global money laundering, and more.
ICIJ’s partners in the region investigated suspicious transactions linked to corruption in soccer, schemes involving food and housing programs for the poor, the Odebrecht bribery scandal, the dark side of the gold industry, and more.
The FinCEN Files show public money pouring out of the collapsing country.
Zea talks about her dogged journalism that resulted in protests and investigations in this month's ‘Meet the Investigators' podcast.