Police start searching properties in Dusseldorf after French authorities describe how Andreas Lubitz "refused to open" the cockpit door of the Airbus A320 and accelerated its descent "intentionally".
Two detectives have been criticised in a report by the Independent Police Complaints Commission over their handling of a case involving the paedophile Ian Watkins, former Lostprophets frontman.
David Cameron and Ed Miliband make their big pitch to the nation tonight. Don't want to get taken in by the spin? Read this first.
Ahead of Thursday evening's leader's interviews, Michael Crick confronts host Jeremy Paxman about whether he is sympathetic to the Conservative Party.
Reports that a pilot deliberately crashed the Germanwings Airbus 320 in the French Alps throws the spotlight not only on aircraft security but also on flight-deck manning.
Leicester's claim to Richard III's bones is disputed, but there's no doubting the enthusiasm of the local authorities, of church and state, to make the most of his arrival.
He was a 28-year-old with normal interests. Yet Andreas Lubitz sat, silent and alone, in the cockpit of the Germanwings Airbus during its fatal descent. What more do we know about him?
A landmark procedure carried out at a UK hospital is set to significantly increase the number of lives saved among people waiting for a heart transplant.
Britain's supreme court rules that 27 letters written by Prince Charles to ministers in 2004-2005 can be disclosed to the media - but how much do we know about the so called 'black spider' letters?
Human activity - or inactivity - rather than technical failure emerges as the most likely cause of the Germanwings crash. Though none of this can be of any comfort to grieving families of the victims.
One of the pilots of the Germanwings plane that crashed in the French Alps killing all 150 people on board was locked out of the cockpit, according to a report.
Saudi Arabia is contributing 100 warplanes and 150,000 soldiers to the military operation in Yemen, despite opposition from Iran and China, as the country slides toward civil war.
Many people see the Prevent anti-radicalisation scheme as ineffective, divisive and in dire need of a complete overhaul.
Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl could face life in prison after being charged with desertion and misbehavior before the enemy following his disappearance from an Afghan outpost in 2009.
Forced to resign as a minister after being caught sexting in a newspaper sting, MP Brooks Newmark tells Cathy Newman he accepts "full responsibility" for his own downfall.
A football team planning to travel on the Germanwings flight that crashed in the Alps hails a "miracle" after changing its travel plans at the last minute.
Tory MP Brooks Newmark speaks exclusively to Channel 4 News in first interview since resigning over a scandal that destroyed his 30-year career in politics
Mansour Hadi flees Aden palace as city looks set to fall to Houthi rebels, who say they will offer $93,000 to anyone who captures president and brings him to them