The Uber Files investigation reveals how the ride-hailing juggernaut would "embrace the chaos" as it stormed into new markets around the world, driven by assertive tactics and helped by powerful friends.
The FinCEN Files investigation reveals the role of global banks in industrial-scale money laundering.
Thousands of financial institution employees flagging transactions that somehow don’t look right are the world’s first line of defense against money laundering.
FinCEN Files shows the role of U.S.-based correspondent banks in facilitating the global flow of dirty money.
More than 400 reporters from 88 countries came together to investigate the FinCEN Files. This is how it happened.
Isabel dos Santos claims her success is self-made. Luanda Leaks, an investigation by the ICIJ and 36 media partners, reveals the true origins of her fortune.
We speak with three investigative reporters who worked on Luanda Leaks about the importance of collaboration on this global story.
Zumrat Dawut, a Uighur woman who spent time in one of China's detention camps, speaks about her experience on behalf of those still in camps. "Now I have the chance. And I choose to be their voice."
A new leak of classified Chinese government documents has exposed the secret details behind China's mass detention camps.
We spoke with three of our partners from Uganda, Kenya and Mauritius about what press freedom was like at home – and the challenges they overcome.
Come behind-the-scenes of Mauritius Leaks.
Ecuador-based Andersson Boscán talks about getting the Bribery Division leak and why he shared it with other journalists.
Ilyas Muradi, a 30-year-old longtime U.S. resident from Afghanistan, has spent the better part of four months in a solitary detention cell in an immigration center in Texas. He says it's like waking up in a nightmare.
Karandeep Singh, a 29-year-old Sikh from northern India, talks about life after solitary confinement.
Solitary Voices found widespread misuse — and overuse — of solitary confinement in detention centers overseen by the U.S. Homeland Security Department’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency.
Sybil Goldrich and Jamee Cook both suffered after getting breast implants, Sybil in 1983 and Jamee in 1998. Together, they are fighting regulators to get more information to people considering getting breast implants.
Medical device recall and safety data from five new countries have been added to database, boosting the total number of records to more than 105,000.
We listened to hundreds of stories from patients with poorly-functioning medical devices. Here are five of them.
Patients around the world have become unwitting test subjects for new medical technology. Often following the trusted advice of their doctors, they have been injured, maimed and killed by poorly-tested implants.
Explaining the contortions that multinational corporations put themselves through to avoid taxes is a journalistic challenge. Here's one way to overcome it.
Two offshore firms, 19 secrecy jurisdictions, 13.4 million files. The Paradise Papers expose the secrets of the global elite.
Behind the email chains, invoices and documents that make up the Panama Papers are often unseen victims of wrongdoing. This is their story.
What are offshore tax havens, who uses them, and how do they work?
We unmask the "nominee directors" who pose as public faces for more than 21,500 offshore companies.