Last week, one in five cases recorded in the US were in Florida, reaching more than 21,000 a day, higher than last year’s peak.
What would it mean to be a Unionist, if the Union no longer exists?
Soaring numbers of people sought help for the illness in England over the pandemic – with referrals almost doubling, as services became even harder to access.
More than 200 former Afghan interpreters who worked alongside US forces have arrived at a military airbase near Washington DC, under a new visa scheme to help relocate them out of harm’s way.
Today on The Fourcast we speak to a representative of the hospitality industry, to ask if “Freedom Day” can save businesses on the edge, and a chronic lymphocytic leukaemia patient, who’s been forced to go back into shielding.
In the second episode of our two-part series on the NHS in crisis, we ask whether hospitals in England are going to be cope in the weeks and months to come?
In the United States, a special House of Representatives committee has begun its first hearings into the violent mob attack on the US Capitol on January 6, with testimony from four police officers who tried to fight off the rioters.
In the first episode of our two-part series on the NHS in crisis, we look at primary care and the GP practices that are trying to get back to normal when normality still feels so out of reach.
In the UK there is a general 24-week time limit to have an abortion. But if the foetus has a substantial risk of having serious physical or mental disabilities once born, that time limit does not apply.
A joint investigation by Channel 4 News and Shaun Lintern at The Independent exposed a maternity service accused of bad care and neglect after dozens of babies were left with brain damage or tragically died. They found from 2010 to 2020, at least 46 babies have suffered brain damage and 19 have been stillborn at Nottingham University Hospitals (NUH) NHS trust maternity units.
Even before kick-off, something was rotten around Wembley Way.
Our home affairs correspondent Andy Davies has visited towns in Wales where some say that second home ownership is a threat to their very identity.
We spoke to a reporter with South African TV station ENCA, Masego Rahlaga, who was in the Alexandra township in Johannesburg, where police were retrieving items looted from nearby stores.
Our Foreign Affairs Correspondent Jonathan Miller has been looking into the industry that’s been called “the biggest natural resource heist in modern history.”
A mental health expert has warned that a rising number of people living in temporary accommodation will affect the wellbeing of adults and children.