Sequestration nation: military communities feel nation's budget stress

By James Politi

Civilian Pentagon workers hit hard by sequestration-related cuts to federal budget.

Feeling political heat, some 'navigators' are declining funds to help with health care rollout

By Nicholas Kusnetz

Groups getting grants to help with Obamacare rollout facing political pressure.

American fugitive used big banks to shuffle more than $1 million offshore, records show

By Ronny Rojas

Records show more than $1M through offshore accounts.

Obamacare's hidden battle: insurance agents push state regulation of guides to new marketplaces

By Nicholas Kusnetz

Insurance agents talk state legislators into regulating Obamacare's consumer helpers.

IMPACT: LePage, lawmakers push for a passing grade in Maine

By Naomi Schalit and John Christie

Failing mark from State Integrity Investigation leads to ethics reforms.

Tampa and Miami in cold war over Cuban trade

As hardline politics in Miami dominate debate about Cuba, Tampa looks to capitalize on Florida’s communist neighbor.

Potential benefits of Cuban trade

Florida businesses have been planning for the lifting of the U.S. embargo for decades. Here are some of the potential opportunities.

Governments agree to share tax records

By Gerard Ryle and Marina Walker Guevara

Move by G8 leaders, in part, follows ICIJ's massive Offshore Leaks investigation.

ICIJ releases offshore leaks database revealing names behind secret companies, trusts

By Marina Walker Guevara

Users can search ICIJ information about more than 100,000 offshore entities and discover the networks around them.

State legislators' ties to nonprofit groups prove fertile ground for corruption

By Nicholas Kusnetz

New York scandals reveal corrupt ties between lawmakers, nonprofit groups

Time runs out on ethics reform in South Carolina

By Nicholas Kusnetz

Time runs out on South Carolina legislative session

Son of former Korean president obtained secret offshore company amid family’s tax evasion scandal

By Yoojung Lee

Records show son of South Korea’s former president obtained BVI firm amid family’s tax evasion scandal.

Texas passes ethics bill, but many proposed reforms are left on the cutting room floor

By Nicholas Kusnetz

Good-government groups lament what's left out

Release of offshore records draws worldwide response

By Kimberley Porteous and Michael Hudson

Tax commissioner in China vows crackdown on offshore tax avoidance and tax fraud, following ICIJ reports.

Join ICIJ's 'Secrecy for Sale' reporters for Google Hangout

Six ICIJ reporters from around the world will answer your questions about 'Secrecy for Sale' in a live video event.

Tax authorities move on leaked offshore documents

By Gerard Ryle and Marina Walker Guevara

International tax authorities move on leaked offshore documents.

Controversy ensnaring governor raises new questions about Virginia laws

By Nicholas Kusnetz

Updated: Transparency laws at issue as governor deals with indictment stemming from gifts scandal.

IMPACT: Georgia governor signs bills limiting gifts from lobbyists

By Nicholas Kusnetz

Gov. Deal signs measure setting limits on lobbyists

Florida enacts ethics and campaign finance package

By Nicholas Kusnetz

Florida Gov. Scott signs bills reforming ethics and campaign finance

JPMorgan Chase’s record highlights doubts about big banks’ devotion to fighting flow of dirty money

By Michael Hudson

JPMorgan Chase’s record highlights doubts about devotion to fighting flow of dirty money

Real estate mogul built offshore maze as creditors, Swedish government pursued him

Hans Thulin sheltered millions as Swedish government and other creditors pursued him, secret records show.

Finnish finance minister calls state-owned postal company’s links to tax havens 'repulsive'

By ICIJ

Finland's finance minister calls state-owned postal company’s links to tax havens 'repulsive'

As firearm ownership rises, Florida gun murders increase

In the last decade, gun murders in Florida have surged 38 percent. Experts are divided about the cause.

Students from two colleges file federal complaints related to sexual assault

Students from two colleges file federal complaints related to sexual assault.

Onshore and offshore realms equally secretive in Greece

By Harry Karanikas

Onshore and offshore realms equally secretive in Greece

'Crocodile Dundee' actor Paul Hogan chases his missing offshore millions

'Crocodile Dundee's' Paul Hogan chases his missing offshore millions

Top Malaysian politicians use offshore secrecy

Documents show Malaysian politicians use offshore secrecy.

Cook Island provider a 'one-stop shop' for the mega-rich

By Nicky Hager

Cook Island provider a 'one-stop shop' for the mega-rich.

Faux corporate directors stand in for fraudsters, despots and spies

By Gerard Ryle and Stefan Candea

Faux corporate directors stand in for fraudsters, despots and spies.

Caribbean go-between provided shelter for far-away frauds

British Virgin Islands firm provided shelter for far-away frauds even as regulators prodded it to obey anti-money-laundering laws.

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