In her new book, reporter Marian Wilkinson uncovers the network of politicians, business leaders and others who have wielded huge influence over Australia’s climate policy for more than two decades.
The Biden administration says that investing $80 billion to beef up IRS enforcement will pay for itself by recouping a projected $700 billion over the next decade.
Riding a wave of anti-money laundering momentum, will the U.S. president from Delaware deliver on his pledges to tackle tax havens and make the wealthy pay more?
A major anti-money laundering reform is expected to arrive in annual omnibus legislation with bipartisan support.
Sen. Sherrod Brown calls for criminally prosecuting executives who profit from moving money for criminals and corrupt regimes.
The bestselling writer discusses how she followed the story of fraud in generic drug manufacturing around the world in an interview with ICIJ.
The US House of Representatives has overwhelmingly passed a bill calling for sanctions on Chinese officials responsible for mass detentions and other human rights abuses against ethnic minorities in Xinjiang.
To better explain China’s actions and the findings of the China Cables, we answer some key questions about who is involved, the crackdown’s origins, and the significance of the secret documents.
U.S. Senator Dick Durbin has slammed the “rampant and unnecessary overuse of solitary confinement” at U.S. immigration detention centers.
Cory Booker is the third U.S. Senator to demand answers about the use of solitary confinement inside U.S. detention centers following Solitary Voices.
Authorities in the United States have more information about library card holders than the owners of registered companies and this bipartisan group of U.S. senators wants to change that.
Following Solitary Voices, US Senator Richard Blumenthal has called the immigration agency's use of solitary confinement “inhumane” and “un-American."
Our Algerian member Lyas Hallas' was the sole reporter in the country for the Panama Papers. But his reporting is still having an impact.
When the Panama Papers broke in Ecuador, then president Rafael Correa encouraged the public to find the reporters and force them to hand over the documents.
After Bregman's taxation rant at the World Economic Forum blew up, we sat down to talk tax hikes on the super-rich.
The U.S. presidential hopeful has championed legislation that critics say could put medical device patients at risk.
The call for a new register comes after the Implant Files exposed weaknesses in the regulation of medical devices implanted in patients across Europe.
Brazil’s Natalia Viana co-founded Agência Pública, a women-led investigative news outlet that focuses on human rights, gender equality and abuses of corporate and government power.
European parliamentarians who receive tens of millions of dollars in public money through a secretive expenses system won't have to reveal how they spend it, a European court ruled.
Czech journalist Pavla Holcova details what it was like to be interrogated by Slovakian police following the murder of her friend and fellow journalist Jan Kuciak.
Transparency International found the majority of G20 countries still have no idea who ultimately controls many companies.
Former Pakistan leader Nawaz Sharif life ban from politics has been greeted with gunfire and predictions.
Chicago Tribune reporters used ICIJ’s data to debunk claims by Democratic governor candidate J.B. Pritzker.
Donald Trump’s pick to lead the IRS has plenty of offshore experience, but critics question whether his allegiances lie with the tax agency or those seeking to dodge its reach.
Even in Europe, a continent where press freedom is generally sheltered, reporters face challenges to keep fulfilling their mission of holding their government accountable.