100,000 lives lost: a figure that seemed inconceivable a year ago.
India is currently witnessing not just the biggest protests in its history – but the largest demonstrations in the world.
Our foreign affairs correspondent Jonathan Rugman, has been to Sweden to figure out why they decided to go it alone – and why it was always a risky strategy.
Donald Trump has become something he never wanted to be: a loser. He joins a list of US presidents who asked the American people for another chance, another term – and failed.
While there’ll be many people breathing a sigh of relief that Donald Trump has left the White House – millions of his supporters still don’t accept the fact of his defeat, and Americans are now divided not so much by their support for different politicians but more by their belief in polar opposite versions of the truth.
As America embarks on the new Biden era, it is a country which has been torn in two. Shattered not just by the deadly pandemic, but also at war with itself. The legacy of Trumpism has been to widen that chasm between his most fervent supporters and those who utterly despise him. So for all…
The inauguration of the 46th US President marks the end of America’s four-year experiment with carnage and chaos – with a new Commander in chief being sworn in today.
Our reporter, Ayshah Tull, has been speaking to those who are convinced the vaccine is too risky – as well as those trying to fight this disinformation so that normality can return sooner rather than later.
With just a few days left until Joe Biden is officially sworn in as the 46th President of the United States, security is still being beefed up for inauguration events in the nation’s capital. With thousands of National guard troops streaming in, checkpoints have been set up and metro stations shut down. But it’s not…
Why has the UK decided to shut down its borders? The fear over new virus strains. In the US, the Biden administration expects that a new, faster-spreading variant will become dominant by March and that half a million people would have died from the virus by the end of February. A new very fast-spreading variant…
Throughout the pandemic, Paddy Worrall and his award-winning Channel 4 News FactCheck team have crunched the data and the challenged government soundbites, and he joins us today to discuss how to vaccinate a nation.
Today, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is expected to move towards impeaching Donald Trump claiming he incited an insurrection on the Capitol last week.
Pupils in England will not sit exams this summer, but will get grades based on teacher assessments.
We ask three Channel 4 News reporters, with very different areas of expertise, what the future might hold.
Our North of England Correspondent, Clare Fallon, has been looking at sport and the long-term effects of head injuries.