More than 200 people arrested, and 15 buildings and 144 vehicles set on fire on Monday night in Baltimore. Channel 4 News answers the key questions around the Freddie Gray protests.
A week before the general election and in the week when the Tories are stressing that the economy is safe in their hands, today's figures point to a marked slowdown.
The economy finally picked up momentum in 2013. But what is worrying for George Osborne about today's GDP figures is how they suggest that momentum ebbing away over the last year.
Bournemouth are on the verge of clinching promotion to the Premier League: a dramatic turnaround for a football club facing liquidation seven years ago.
The pending executions of nine Indonesian and foreign nationals on drug offences have strained the country's relations with the international community and, in particular, Australia.
Ventriloquist Keith Harris, famous for his act with his puppet duck Orville, has died aged 67.
The Baltimore mayor imposes a city-wide curfew after protests over Freddie Gray's death turn violent.
After a frantic weekend the Greek government sought to break the deadlock in its talks with lenders today by reshuffling its negotiating team.
The boss of a company which has attracted controversy over its "are you beach body ready?" ads says people complaining about them are "terrorists".
Politicians have hijacked warehouses this election but do young adults calling for better housing policies want to vote for them?
Watch the terrifying moment a climber on Mount Everest filmed a huge wall of snow hitting the mountain's base camp - and see aerial footage of the devastation wreaked on Nepal.
Britons on mountaineering holidays in Nepal, as well as Nepalese in the UK, have all been affected by the huge earthquake that struck at the weekend. These are some of their stories.
This is the inspiring letter that an Everest climber, who helped map and photograph the world for Google, had with him when he died in an avalanche following the Nepal earthquake.
In the sparking of plate-welding and the hammering of rust-coloured sheet-steel, the old certainties are going down the slip, while the thought of the SNP coming to power has now become a possibility.
Temples and historic sites in Nepal are seriously damaged or completely destroyed following a magnitude 7.9 earthquake that hit the country on Saturday, killing more than 2,000 people.