The honor is a testament to the enterprise and teamwork of our staff and our partners here in the U.S. and around the world, ICIJ's director says.
ICIJ updated its list of politicians linked to the Panama Papers with two new profiles: Australia's current leader and Mongolia's former prime minister.
Judges from three of America's top journalism organizations applauded the "exceptional ingenuity" and global impact of the investigation.
One year after the Panama Papers became an international catchphrase, here’s a globe-hopping update on the characters caught up in the scandal.
The founders of Mossack Fonseca were arrested on money laundering charges amid investigations into a major bribery scandal.
Tax agencies from 30 countries convened in Paris to share results and details on investigations sparked by the Panama Papers.
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Politicians, business executives and thousands of their supporters have responded with vitriol, threats, cyberattacks and lawsuits.
A government-appointed panel has told Panama to address opacity in its financial system and do more to stop the flow of dark money.
The $440,000 penalty followed a six-month investigation triggered by revelations from the Panama Papers.
Report's authors say that the U.S. and EU have the power to force other nations to embrace transparency reforms by threatening to cut off financial access.
Nawaz Sharif defended himself before the nation’s highest court as an opposition protest turned into a celebratory rally.
Political protests threaten to shut down Pakistan's capital, while in the U.S. senators have demanded answers from authorities on the Panama Papers.
A PR firm is being paid $50,000 a month to help the Panama government, while arrests, protests and more continue around the world.
The Gold Award is one of a number of accolades for the investigation led by ICIJ in collaboration with more than 100 media outlets.
Journalists presented their Panama Papers findings to a special EU committee set up to investigate money laundering and tax evasion.
Confidential emails revealed in the Panama Papers have opened a new front in a bitter court battle in Nevada.
Journalists in Mongolia found politicians with links to offshore companies in the Panama Papers, sparking widespread public debate.
New revelations published in collaboration with more than a dozen news outlets in Africa expose details about corporate secrecy and hidden wealth.
Panama Papers stories from ICIJ partners across the African continent have led to official inquiries, but also warnings for journalists to be silent.
Panama Papers credited as Europe looks to continue its clampdown on tax avoidance and questionable financial services.
The joint investigation will be the "first of its kind," and Venezuela's attorney general has hinted at a long list of suspects.
Special European committee of inquiry is expected to call on ministers, bank bosses and Mossack Fonseca representatives for testimony.
ICIJ, Süddeutsche Zeitung and more than 100 media organizations have together won the Investigation of the Year award.
ICIJ has published a searchable database that strips away the secrecy of nearly 214,000 offshore entities created in 21 jurisdictions.
The Obama administration has unveiled a series of new proposals that would crack down on offshore secrecy and illicit financial transactions.
On May 9 ICIJ will publish a searchable database with details on more than 200,000 offshore entities that are part of the Panama Papers.
More than a dozen banks have been ordered to turn over details of their communications with Panama law firm Mossack Fonseca.
The search of the law firm's headquarters comes after a number of raids and global action taken in response to the Panama Papers revelations.
David Cameron has tried to defuse public anger over details of his offshore holdings, announcing new steps aimed at boosting transparency.
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