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ICIJ director Gerard Ryle discusses how to chose what to investigate with journalists from Australia, India and America.
The U.S. Republican presidential nominee has slammed his opponent Hillary Clinton for cutting ‘deals with our foreign adversaries.'
The Swiss bank is preparing to face court and the possibility of a multibillion-euro fine over allegations it knowingly helped French clients evade tax.
A recent global journalism conference highlighted an important new trend: expanding perspectives through transnational collaboration.
The project by ICIJ, HuffPost and partners has been awarded a prize for innovative investigative journalism from the Online News Association.
ICIJ's work has achieved global impact. But how do you actually pull together a global collaboration? Here are some practical tips from a new report.
From confronting Honduran Army officers to wrangling huge datasets, ICIJ and its partners approached the World Bank investigation as team.
ICIJ pays tribute to whistleblowers and journalist facing charges as team of more than 200 honored with top prize.
ICIJ spent 11 months going through World Bank reports. Here's what we learned, and some tips for getting your head around the documents and data.
Journalists reporting from more than 20 countries expose flaws in loan programs around the world.
I’m not new to collaborative journalism. But I’ve never worked in a collaboration with the scope, ambition and sense of mission that I found at ICIJ.
“I can’t say much, but do you remember the Greek Lagarde list? Well, we might have a story for you...” So began ICIJ's most ambitious project to date.
A new book reveals that Winston Churchill didn't want to stop at mere rhetoric in his campaign against communism.
Are we living in a Golden Age of investigative journalism? The answer depends on who you ask, and where they've come from.
A journalism organization is alleging that the UK government's surveillance program is in breach of international law.
The old guard of lone wolf investigative reporters have found a new and increasingly necessary ally in their battle to wrangle big data.
Three very different stories show how satellite images, until recently confined to the weather report, are now the stuff of front-page news.
Russia can be a difficult place to operate, made tougher by increasing sanctions. But how open is its corporate data?
U.S. government surveillance is scaring sources and making journalists feel like criminals and spies, a new report says.
ICIJ member and veteran internet researcher shares his experience and some practical tips for using the world wide web to investigate and dig a whole lot deeper.
The Freedom Act doesn't change the fact that Constitutional protections that are taken for granted by many U.S. journalists – and their sources – stop at the border.
A multinational team of journalists spent months combing through secret tax haven records revealing offshore holdings of China’s rich and powerful.
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