Even in Europe, a continent where press freedom is generally sheltered, reporters face challenges to keep fulfilling their mission of holding their government accountable.
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.
EU member states voted on a list of tax havens that includes Barbados and Panama but excludes those that were at the heart of the Paradise Papers revelations.
The U.S. Congress’ primary ethics watchdog, the GAO has been asked to investigate whether Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross’ offshore investments could have created conflicts of interest.
The Commerce Secretary confirmed he will divest his stake in shipping firm Navigator Holdings, as a group of Democratic senators formally requested an investigation into Ross’ financial holdings.
A leak of offshore records provides a glimpse into the finances of Republican and Democratic contributors – including a banking magnate who quietly held an ownership stake in an embattled payday lender.
Records reveal huge overseas hoards tied to hedge fund tycoon and Democratic donor James Simons and other ultra-wealthy individuals.