As Lance Armstrong admits doping in an interview with US talk-show host Oprah Winfrey, journalist David Walsh – who investigated the doping allegations – gives his verdict to Channel 4 News.
Algerian media reports a British national has been killed in an attack by Islamist militants on a BP-run gas field in the north African country, with British workers amongst others who were kidnapped.
Two men appear in court charged with the murder of church organist Alan Greaves on Christmas eve.
Britain will face “critical shortfalls” in air transport and refuelling aircraft as combat operations end in Afghanistan, the National Audit Office warns.
India accuses Pakistan of crossing a heavily militarised line and killing two of its soldiers in the second incident in a week along the disputed region of Kashmir’s dividing boundary.
Lincoln, the Steven Spielberg film about the eponymous US president, leads Bafta 2013 pack with 10 nominations.
As it emerges that disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong is to take to the sofa on Oprah Winfrey’s TV show, Channel 4 News asks what does a celebrity gain from a very public confession?
A British soldier has been killed in Afghanistan by a member of the Afghan National Army, bringing the total of British soldiers killed by the Afghans they serve alongside on the current tour to six.
A 13-year-old girl has died after a car being chased by police crashed into her family’s vehicle in south London, Scotland Yard says.
As a 51-year-old man receives the first UK hand transplant, Channel 4 News looks at the possible psychological effects of this kind of surgery.
Google’s Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt’s planned trip to North Korea with a former diplomat is branded “unhelpful” by the US government.
As the UK learns it has experienced the second wettest year on record, Channel 4 News looks globally at the extreme weather events of 2012 and asks if we should expect more in 2013?
The Bishop of Sheffield speaks of the “shock and outrage” over the alleged murder of church organist Alan Greaves, as two men are questioned over his death.
Following the announcement of the new year honours list on Saturday, accusations are made that Paralympians have to achieve more than their Olympic counterparts in order to receive titles.
What news has defined 2012? Is it the violence of Syria or the jubilation of the Olympic and Paralympic Games? Channel 4 News counts down the top most viewed stories on our website this year.