Check out the Channel 4 News infographic mapping the UK floods in numbers.
It may be the newest of the Winter Olympic sports, but Team GB’s Sochi snowboard slopestyle team contains two medal prospects. Our infographic explains what you have to do to win.
Order! That’ll be a pint and a glass of your best red. See what happened when Francois Hollande and David Cameron took Anglo-French diplomacy to the pub. (Note: This may deviate from real life events)
The sport has been described as sliding through a wind tunnel on a tea tray. But skeleton racers are among Britain’s medal hopes at Sochi. Keme Nzerem dons his helmet and joins them on the track.
The capital is attracting a third of 22 to 30-year-olds who leave home, says a new report. It may have the jobs, but what about rent and the all important price of a pint? Channel 4 News compares.
A 2013 law bans promotion of “non-traditional sexual relations” in Russia. With the Sochi Olympics weeks away, how do the rights of Russian gay people compare with those from other European countries?
On 12 January 2010, Haiti – one of the world’s poorest nations – suffered a catastrophic earthquake affecting an estimated 3 million people. Four years on, the Caribbean country is still suffering.
We twerked, we worked (zero hours), we fought the trolls and we tried to pay for our lunch in bitcoins. Channel 4 News takes a look at the people, words and events which shaped 2013.
Ahead of today’s international summit on dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease International produced a report assessing the future impact of Alzheimer’s across the globe.
As Egyptians get deja vu at the trial of another deposed president, a Channel 4 News interactive graphic looks at what has happened more than two and a half years on from the Arab Spring.
Information provided by Operation Yewtree, which was triggered by revelations of sexual abuse carried out by the late radio DJ Jimmy Savile, has led to a number of high profile arrests.
As Barack Obama says he is “confident” congress will vote in favour of military action in Syria, Channel 4 News explores the relationships between Syria, her Middle Eastern neighbours, and the west.
The United States has dominated singles finals at Wimbledon since professionals were admitted in 1968. But did you know that representatives from another 17 countries have also been involved?
It may surprise football fans to learn that the Maracana – venue for today’s Brazil-England friendly – seats just 78,000, when in 1950 the stadium held at least 200,000 spectators.
On Monday the most valuable match in football will take place – a clash between Crystal Palace and Watford for promotion, and the riches that come with it, to the Premier League.