I always like to start out at Wikipedia. Why, you ask? Well, because Wikipedia is an all-volunteer organization composed of scholars and students from all over the world. When I say volunteer, I mean that they are paid nothing for their work. Ever.
Say you didn’t like something you read in a Wikipedia article. You can research your side of the argument and share your own conclusions. The scholar community reviews your work and tries to verify your answer, for good or ill. This is the scientific method; the cornerstone of democratic scientific research.
So far I have not paid as much attention to the Panama Papers embezzlement as I should have. I will rectify that omission today.