Rescue teams fight rising winds and waves as they search for hundreds of people - many of them children - still missing after a South Korean ferry capsized and sank.
Three pro-Russian separatists are shot dead in a clash with Ukrainian forces in Mariupol, Ukraine's interior minister says.
Oscar Pistorius stands trial for the murder of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, in South Africa's trial of the century. Watch the trial live when it resumes on 5 May.
Writing in the Church Times, David Cameron insists we should be 'evangelical about Christianity' and 'pull together to change the world'. Will voters heed his message?
President Putin pledges to do all he can to protect fellow Russians living in what he's called "Novorossiya" - the historic name for part of Ukraine. How great a threat do his words represent?
As rescue efforts continue, experts tell Channel 4 News more disasters on this scale are inevitable unless ships get much safer.
Executives say the Co-Operative Group has suffered the worst year in its history and must make fundamental reforms to its governance structure.
Rutland in the Midlands is hit by the UK's biggest earthquake this year, prompting a wave of jokes about the "earth moving". But how does this seismic activity compare with other great British quakes?
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) orders local authorities to test 300 take-away samples after studies show lamb is often replaced with cheaper meat such as beef or chicken.
Made famous by a high-profile anti-fracking protest camp last year, the Sussex village of Balcombe is now embarking on a renewable energy project that villagers say is promoting community cohesion.
BA's planes will run on biofuel recycled from London rubbish. It comes as innovation in the aviation industry sees aircraft getting greener, faster and downright weirder than ever.
Benefit delays or benefit sanctions are the major factor driving people to use food banks says the charity that runs hundreds of them across the country.
The government says Britain's recovery is on track as official figures show average pay rises outstripping inflation for the first time in four years and unemployment continuing to fall.
Former editor of the News of the World Andy Coulson tells the hacking trial he was "shocked" to hear voicemails of David Blunkett "declaring his love" for a married woman.
Until he was exposed by using an incorrect pigment, Wolfgang Beltracchi was the world's most successful art forger. Channel 4 News meets the man whose forgeries are now valuable in their own right.
Two people have died and seven have been taken to hospital following a collision involving five vehicles on the M26 motorway in Kent.
Just as the beard has edged its way back into the mainstream, scientists issue a "peak beard" warning to the male of the species. But are too many beards a turn-off? You be the judge.