The high school vice-principal rescued from the ferry that capsized and sank on Wednesday is found dead in what is believed to be suicide.
At least 12 local mountaineering guides are dead and more are missing after an avalanche swept down the slope of Mount Everest.
One week after the Irish president's visit, London is hosting the World Irish Dancing Championships. Channel 4 News delves into the world of wigs and jigs - and gets a few tips from the dancers.
David Axelrod, the man who masterminded President Obama's two election victories, will advise Labour ahead of the 2015 election. Can he do the same for Ed Miliband?
Cuts in bus subsidies are "socially regressive" and threaten to leave elderly people stranded say campaigners and opposition politicians.
After international talks in Geneva, the Russian foreign minister and the US Secretary of State both call for "de-escalation" in Ukraine and agree to expand an international monitoring mission.
Tens of thousands of US troops are withdrawing from Afghanistan, but many are finding their return home is less than heroic, and the substantial number of veterans facing homelessness is on the rise.
Videos of people dancing to Pharrell Williams' "Happy" are pouring onto the web: most recently in a "viral" British Muslims video - but videos are also emerging from the most unlikely of places.
The forensic expert called to give evidence by Oscar Pistorius's lawyers says in a Facebook post that he fears for his professional reputation after three days grilling by the prosecution.
For almost a decade landlords have been obliged by law to protect their tenants' deposits. But Channel 4 News finds the protection on offer can't stop a rogue letting agent in his tracks.
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?
In a dispute with your landlord over a rental deposit and don't know what to do? Ciaran Jenkins answers the key questions about the rules landlords should be following.
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.
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?
At the end of day-long talks in Geneva all parties seemed to step back from the precipice, following fast moving events in Eastern Ukraine is our International Editor Lindsey Hilsum in Donetsk.
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.