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Panama Papers wins top Barlett & Steele Award

ICIJ and German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung working in collaboration with more than 100 media outlets, wins Barlett &  Steele Award.

Paying the piper, voter rights, bias and 'Ratf**ked'

Our CEO on the Center for Public Integrity's work

Politics of Pain series prompts calls for action

More than two dozen editorials and columns nationwide responded to our series on the politics behind the opioid epidemic.

Drug trade in misery, Panama Papers and fear of Facebook

Stories on politicians and big pharma and the Panama Papers from the CPI

Breaking: ICIJ and media partners reveal details of latest offshore leak

New revelations published today reveal fresh information about offshore companies in the Bahamas.

Hedge fund sues Mossack Fonseca for alleged obstruction of justice in Nevada

Law firm at the center of the Panama Papers scandal continues to face legal challenges and investigations.

Government paid out benefits to deceased Americans

The government paid out more than $1.7 million in benefits to Americans who’d died years ago, and who the feds’ chief personnel office knew were dead — but forgot to tell the Social Security Administration.

Reports to the federal government about military voting often are flawed

Reports to the federal government about military voting often are flawed.

Frustrated with Democrats, white working-class voters turn to Trump

Frustrated with Democrats, white working-class voters turn to Trump.

Asian-American population surges, but voter turnout still lags

Asian-American population surges, but voter turnout still lacks.

Asian-American population surges, but voter turnout still lacks

This report is part of a project on voting rights in America produced by the...

America scrubs millions from the voter rolls. Is it fair?

America scrubs millions from the voter rolls. Is it fair?

A review of key states with Voter ID laws found no voter impersonation fraud

A review of key states with Voter ID laws found no voter impersonation fraud.

New laws leave voters to navigate maze of requirements

New laws leave voters to navigate maze of requirements.

Center environmental investigation honored by National Association of Black Journalists

'Environmental Justice, Denied' wins 'Salute to Excellence' awards in two categories

Hillary Clinton stands by email claims despite evidence classified info was passed

Despite being thoroughly rebuked by fact-checkers and the FBI, Hillary Clinton continues to give her critics fresh ammunition by claiming she never sent or received any information marked classified in her private email account, keeping alive a controversy that’s dogged her throughout her presidential bid.

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