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"… red by the Panama Papers or the growing erosion of the middle class in the United States, as exposed by much of our money-in-politics-led reporting. Net access as …"

"… has enabled us to link policy to inequality is access to broadband in the United States. Rather than look at it through a purely speed or net neutrality lens, All …"

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"… g growing pressure to address their lack of corporate transparency, as the United States and the international community continue to respond to fallout from the Pa …"

"… ates of Wyoming and Nevada both came under closer scrutiny from within the United States earlier in the week, when Sen. Ron Wyden, a Democrat from Oregon and …"

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"… to Mossack Fonseca through Edge have been caught up in fraud cases in the United States. In 2003, U.S. securities regulators accused one of Edge’s customers , …"

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"… ns like the ICIJ. In a swipe at the money-in-politics circuit in the United States which led to the establishment of the Center for Public Integrit …"

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"… roposed legislation to Congress that would require companies set up in the United States to report their real owners to the agency’s Financial Crimes Enforcement …"

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"… he human tragedy or social costs that success exacted,” Kessler wrote in United States of America v. Philip Morris USA. Kessler noted that the Justice Departmen …"

"… e quit, smoking continues to be the most preventable cause of death in the United States today. Redesigned cigarettes At the turn of the 20th century, cigarette s …"

"… ggeration. By 1955, two-thirds of men and almost one-third of women in the United States smoked cigarettes. Eventually, lung cancer became the leading killer among …"

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"… s and funds incorporated in 21 tax havens, from Hong Kong to Nevada in the United States. It links to people in more than 200 countries and territories. When the …"

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"… tel. Abigael González Valencia has been designated a drug king pin in the United States along with his brother-in-law Nemesis Oseguera Cervantes, who leads CJNG. …"

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"… ls from 28 countries drew officials from 35 nations — including the United States, who have agreed to work jointly to develop a plan to tackle any tax crime …"

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"… orts Republican candidates. Chevron, the second-largest oil company in the United States, is currently ranked as No. 3 on the Fortune 500 list, making it the large …"

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"… orting on racial or religious hatred, intolerance or discrimination in the United States.”  The project is also a finalist for science, technology and envir …"

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"… rejects this and says he envisions the sheriffs’ “take back” of the United States as a peaceful event. But he uses apocalyptic language to depict social con …"

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"… ce, Italy and Spain, but critics said it would take the cooperation of the United States and other nations to make it work. Panama also reversed itself and said i …"

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"… t the RAND Corporation. The experts studied 140,000 terror attacks in the United States and Europe between 1970 and 2013, and found no statistically significant e …"

"… attacks did occur in clusters, suggesting that officials in Europe and the United States might now be reacting reflexively to a pattern that is no longer prevalent …"

"… ther attack.  “Jihadists have not been able to field groups in the United States or Europe that are capable of sustaining terrorist campaigns like those th …"

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"… Stimson event.  “The era of the drawdown is over.” In 2015, the United States was still the world’s largest military spender — its $596 billion acco …"

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"… llegations of high level, foreign corruption that might have a link to the United States or the U.S. financial system.” The investigation was published Sunday b …"

"… He said he wouldn’t comment on the allegations and stressed that “the United States continues to be a leading advocate for increased transparency in the inter …"

"… ate action consistent with the national security and foreign policy of the United States.” Officials with the Treasury agency that investigates international fi …"

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"… y’d be reluctant dealing with U.S. sanctioned entities and taking on the United States.” Mossack Fonseca denies wrongdoing. A spokesman told ICIJ that the fi …"

"… ctioned by OFAC. (The sanction has recently been lifted as a result of the United States-Iranian nuclear deal.) , Petropars was incorporated by Mossack Fonseca inc …"

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