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.
Current and former presidents, ministers and business leaders are among the prominent citizens whose business dealings in tax and secrecy havens have been uncovered.
The joint investigation will be the “first of its kind,” and Venezuela’s attorney general has hinted at a long list of suspects.
The search of Mossack Fonseca’s Panama headquarters comes after a number of raids and official action taken in response to the Panama Papers revelations.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control is organizing three industry-backed studies of a deadly kidney disease that is afflicting agricultural workers in Central America.
Giannina Segnini, the director of the investigative team at La Nacion newspaper in Costa Rica, describes her approach to the investigation that put two former Costa Rican presidents behind bars.
In a reversal of its position two years ago, the Pan American Health Organization formally recognized a mysterious form of kidney disease as a major public health threat and pledged $1.7 million to combat it.
The director of the Chilean investigative news organization CIPER describes her approach to telling stories that make a difference, and outlines the obstacles confronting investigative journalists in Latin America.