Special feature: Channel 4 News goes undercover in Yarl's Wood to reveal, for the first time, what life is like inside the UK's notorious immigration removal centre.
Sunderland and England winger Adam Johnson has been arrested on suspicion of sexual activity with a girl under 16.
It's quite something to hear Ishiguro, one of Britain's most celebrated contemporary novelists, talk about his trade with such disarming modesty.
A combined force of Iraqi army, Shia militia and Kurdish peshmerga is trying to retake Tikrit from IS. But it is more likely to want vengeance than an orderly retaking of the area.
What does the future hold for Russian politics after one of its most prominent opposition activists was gunned down in front of CCTV cameras, just 200 metres from the Kremlin?
Ex Machina was meant to be a thrilling expose of the dangers of artificial intelligence - in fact the film simply revealed how limited our conceptions of AI really are.
Although the inquiry looks only at Morecambe Bay, it is clear that many of the problems the families faced following the deaths of their babies are far from unique.
Police ask football fans to leave a train travelling from London to Manchester after allegations of racist abuse from several people onboard.
Never Let Me Go author Kazuo Ishiguro says his wife made him rewrite his latest novel The Buried Giant because the language was too complicated.
The treatment of detainees inside the notorious Yarl's Wood immigration removal centre is revealed in exclusive footage obtained by a Channel 4 News investigation.
Iraq's armed forces, backed by Shia militia, begin a a campaign aimed at driving Islamic State militants out of Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit.
Channel 4 News understands that there are members of the Emwazi family in Kuwait City, including Jasem Emwazi, the father of so-called Jihadi John.
American rapper, Azealia Banks, tells Channel 4 News she would consider running for office as she speaks about the release of her new album Broke with Expensive Taste.
A controversial preacher who had been due to speak at the University of Westminster on the day Mohammed Emwazi was unmasked, tells Channel 4 News that banning legitimate speakers is "naive".
Saudi blogger Raif Badawi, sentenced to 1,000 lashes over accusations he insulted Islam, could now be facing the death penalty, Channel 4 News learns.