Uganda, Mauritius, and Kenya: What’s life like as a reporter?
Zshekinah Collier · July 25, 2019

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.

Watch: How Mauritius Leaks got started (and what we found)
Scilla Alecci · July 23, 2019

It was a whistleblower that helped kickstart our Mauritius Leaks investigation after we reported on the region for Paradise Papers. Our African…

Inside Odebrecht's secret files
Scilla Alecci · June 25, 2019

Ecuador-based Andersson Boscán talks about getting the Bribery Division leak and why he shared it with other journalists.

Watch: ‘It’s like a cage,’ says immigrant held in solitary for four months
Scilla Alecci · May 21, 2019

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.

WATCH: Immigrants Suffer in US Solitary Confinement
Scilla Alecci · May 21, 2019

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.

The 30-year Fight For Breast Implant Safety
Scilla Alecci · April 8, 2019

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.

Video: How To Search The International Medical Devices Database
Razzan Nakhlawi and Emilia Díaz-Struck · February 27, 2019

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.

Watch: Tricks of the Trade
ICIJ · November 5, 2014

They are everyday brand names, products and services we all know and use – but where does all the money go and…