Thrust into the spotlight for defending Rupert Murdoch from a shaving foam attack during the select committee hearing, is Wendi Deng more than just a loyal wife to the powerful media mogul?
As the News of the World closure fails to quell the phone-hacking controversy at Rupert Murdoch's News International, Channel 4 News looks at some of the oustanding questions.
The mass exodus of starving Somali refugees is becoming an unbearable crisis as aid agencies launch an emergency appeal to help millions facing the worst east African drought in decades.
Ten million people across the Horn of Africa are being affected by the worst drought in 60 years. At the world's largest refugee camp, aid agencies tell Channel 4 News people are facing desperation.
An MP accuses the Government of "painting targets on the backs" of Sri Lankan civilians being deported from the UK as Jonathan Miller tracks the fate of the failed asylum seekers.
Footage of alleged war crimes in Sri Lanka, with its echoes of Srebrenica, means the international community is more likely to act, a top lawyer tells Channel 4 News. But is prosecution possible?
New video evidence of the alleged executions of bound prisoners in Sri Lanka has emerged and is to be broadcast in full in a documentary, as pressure builds for an international investigation.
The first photos of Gabrielle Giffords are released online five months after the congresswoman was shot in the head by a gunman in Tucson, Arizona.
As Britain's biggest care home axes 3,000 jobs, a Channel 4 News investigation uncovers new evidence about the impact the Southern Cross financial crisis is having on the care it offers to residents.
Channel 4 News has obtained a Department of Health contingency plan documenting responsibilities in the event of the collapse of a care home provider amid fierce financial problems in the sector.