An outbreak of Ebola has killed more than 670 people across Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria and Sierra Leone. So what do we need to know about this highly contagious virus?
Home Secretary Theresa May is under pressure to set up a public inquiry into allegations of organised child sex abuse at Westminster in the 1980s after a dossier of evidence was lost - but why now?
You could be forgiven for thinking Ukip won the council elections. It didn't, but a strong showing from Nigel Farage's party has sent shockwaves through the Tories, Labour and Liberal Democrats.
The jihadist group's escalating campaign of terror has claimed 4,000 civilian lives in just four years, and Boko Haram is now linked to the kidnapping of more than 200 schoolgirls. But who are they?
In a dispute with your landlord over a rental deposit and don't know what to do? Ciaran Jenkins answers the key questions about the rules landlords should be following.
Food banks are "consistently" seeing an increase in demand, a Defra-commissioned report concludes - but what are they and are benefits cuts to blame for their proliferation?
The national economy might be showing signs of recovery, but personal debt has climbed steadily in the last five years. So why are more and more people are putting Christmas on credit?
As President Yanukovich travels to the Kremlin to talk trade deals, Kiev is awash with protesters calling for him loosen the country's ties with Russia. Channel 4 News asks key questions on Ukraine.