Some universities in the US want “trigger warnings” on the classics to warn vulnerable students of the content. In some ways a laudable aim – but is it a step too far? We’ve re-imagined some covers…
A UN committee says we should consider measures beyond GDP to really see how successful, wealthy and happy a nation is. Here’s why.
Time to move to Russia? A Global Sustainability Institute report says the UK could run out of oil, coal and gas supplies in just five years. See how the UK compares with the other top 10 economies.
One of the talking points at the 2014 Eurovision Song Contest will be how many points Ukraine and Russia award to one another. Our graphic looks back at how the countries have voted in the past.
First Scotland, now even the UK relationship with Cornwall looks a bit iffy. Channel 4 News imagines what the UK might look like if various independence movements, big and small, got their way.
As Britain hands over operational command of Helmand province to the US, Channel 4 News looks at how Afghanistan has changed since the war began in 2001 – from opium production to education.
England supporters are having to pay a hefty £90 for the latest World Cup replica shirt – but compared to other nations going to Brazil they may not be getting such a raw deal.
Women account for a fifth of FTSE 100 board members, a report from Cranfield University finds, three years after former trade minister Lord Davies challenged business to pursue gender equality.
As England and Wales prepare to celebrate same-sex marriage, Uganda passes a law that stops short of including the death penalty for homosexual acts. Advances in gay rights continue to be hard won.
Three weeks in, the Oscar Pistorius murder trial has already heard key evidence from prosecution witnesses. Check out our interactive graphic to compare Pistorius’s account with his neighbours’.
Oscar Pistorius does not deny killing Reeva Steenkamp, but says it was a terrible mistake. Check out our clickable graphic to see his account of what happened on Valentine’s day 2013.
Parents with two children pay more on childcare than they do on their mortgages, a report finds – but why is it so expensive to care for our children?
Avicii’s Wake Me Up has become the first song to reach 200m streams on Spotify. At four and a half minutes long, that means it has been played for a whopping 1,700 years…
All was going well for German Chancellor Angela Merkel on her one-day visit to Britain – until Europe’s most powerful woman headed down to the palace for a cup of tea and a bun.
Oxford professor and author Danny Dorling tells Channel 4 News house prices cannot continue going up “because we are not getting richer”. But what can you afford across the UK and the world now?