As a Channel 4 News investigation implicates all five of Britain's music schools in a sex scandal, the elite music world reels - with former pupils, teachers and professionals calling for an inquiry.
Downing Street is considering a temporary withdrawal from the European Convention on Human Rights so that Abu Qatada can be deported. But legal experts tell Channel 4 News it is "highly unlikely".
Zombies have moved from the realms of niche low-fi horror to mainstream popular culture. But why do they rise in times of economic difficulty? Channel 4 News delves into the world of the living dead.
Compassionate to single mothers but against gay marriage, open to other faiths but opposed to contraception. Channel 4 News examines the contradictions of the Latin American Pope Francis I.
Do you "like" Lady Gaga or curly chips? Telling Facebook if you do or not reveals everything from your sexuality to your IQ, says a new study, which highlights the extent of the "like" economy.
Male, over 60, conservative. As the college of cardinals prepares to select the next pope, Channel 4 News maps the differences - or similarities - between some of the top contenders.
In a small victory for people power, protesters stall the demolition of a section of the East Side Gallery - the last remaining stretch of the Berlin Wall. But authorities say they will be back.
North Londoners are campaigning against the clock for a local Banksy mural to be returned to the wall of a Poundland shop after it mysteriously disappeared and then popped up at a Miami auction house.
Social media has long been welcomed into the corporate marketing toolbox. But from HMV to Tesco, there has been many a #facepalm moment on Twitter in 2013 alone. Will they ever learn?
After the New York Times took four months to repel an attack by Chinese hackers, data security experts tell Channel 4 News it marks a trend towards cyber espionage in the "third era" of cyber crime.