Channel 4 News

  • 11 Aug 2018

    An airline employee stole a plane from Seattle- Tacoma airport in the United States and was chased by fighter jets before crashing into an island, killing himself in the process. Officials said the man, aged 29, had worked as a ground service agent for Alaska Air. Harry Smith reports.

  • 10 Aug 2018

    Refugees and asylum seekers from across the UK have been taking part in a youth choir as part of efforts to try and bring communities together.

  • 10 Aug 2018

    A Muslim convert who swore allegiance to the extremist Islamic state group has admitted plotting to kill up to a hundred people in a terror attack in London’s Oxford Street.

  • 10 Aug 2018

    . The ailing department store chain had gone into administration. But barely an hour later – there was a new £90m deal to keep it in business

  • 9 Aug 2018

    When Geraint Thomas was crowned winner of the Tour de France two weeks ago after a gruelling, twenty-one stages across more than two thousand miles, he was the first Welshman to win it.

  • 8 Aug 2018

    It seems impossibly idyllic: waking up to the noise of birdsong with waves lapping against your houseboat.

  • 8 Aug 2018

    Another big-name casualty on the British high street now, with the loss-making DIY chain Homebase set to announce the closure of up to 80 stores

  • 3 Aug 2018

    President Trump is out on the campaign trail again – this time in support of Republican candidates standing in the mid-term elections this Autumn.  He’s also ramping up his attacks on what he calls ‘the fake, fake, disgusting news’. Last night, he seized every opportunity to attack the press during a raucous rally, in a…

  • 1 Aug 2018

    The remains of more than 50 American soldiers, who died during the Korean War, are being flown back to the United States after a formal ceremony at a south Korean airbase. The repatriation is part of the agreement made last month between President Trump and North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un, but comes as new…

  • 1 Aug 2018

    The heatwave is back with a vengeance for parts of England and Wales this week – and that means more hardship for farmers who are already struggling to cope with the impact of the recent weather. They’ve been promised extra help by the Environment Secretary, Michael Gove, but supplies of livestock feed are already running…

  • 31 Jul 2018

    The trial of Donald Trump’s former campaign chair, Paul Manafort, has begun in Virginia. It may not be about Russia, but it will be held in the shadow of the collusion controversy that’s long loomed over the White House. Of all the Americans charged so far in the Mueller Investigation, Mr Manafort is the first…

  • 31 Jul 2018

    MPs claimed charities were more concerned about protecting their own reputation rather than victims. Their damning report follows revelations that aid workers had abused earthquake survivors in Haiti in 2010. Ramita Navai has been investigating the widespread claims of sex abuse against UN peacekeepers in a documentary for Dispatches on Channel 4.

  • 30 Jul 2018

    Last year’s terror attack in Manchester has prompted reflection over how Salman Abedi – born and brought up there – came to be radicalised to the degree that he was prepared to cause such human carnage. A report, published today, paints a damning picture of fear and suspicion between different communities across the city. And…

  • 29 Jul 2018

    At least 14 people have died in a powerful earthquake in Indonesia’s central Lombok island – a popular tourist destination. The 6.4 magnitude quake struck just before 7 o clock local time this morning – damaging thousands of homes and leaving hundreds of people injured, most of them hit by debris and falling blocks of…

  • 28 Jul 2018

    Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa has promised his supporters a “thunderous victory” – as he and his main rival Nelson Chamisa held their final rallies ahead of Monday’s elections. It’s the first time the country will go to the polls since longtime dictator Robert Mugabe was removed from power, so will the vote be free and fair? Jessica Savage reports.