They’re out of Aleppo but thousands of Syrian families whose homes have been destroyed are now having to cope with freezing temperatures as the bitter winter sets in. The desire to help – in a very practical way – has fuelled an extraordinary charity initiative which has spiralled into a global campaign.
“That’s not a justice system. It’s an injustice system”. In a sweeping call for reform – President Obama says too many Black Americans are locked up in jail.
Ready for Hillary? It seems America is so very, very ready. For the most important thing about a political journey is a story. And Hillary Clinton certainly has a story.
The first black woman Republican in Congress, the 18-year-old legislator and a man being investigated for fraud: Channel 4 News looks behind the headlines of the US midterms.
Democrat and Republican candidates across the United States have been trading insults in the most expensive midterm campaign ever. We look at six of the most close-fought contests.
They have been called state sponsors of terrorism – but now the United States is considering working together with Iran, as both countries try to stop Iraq disintegrating into chaos.
Bored with your dreary al-desko sandwich? As the government pledges to make school lunches healthier, what kind of choices are we making for our office lunch? And how could we do better?
The untimely death at the weekend of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman has drawn attention to the unprecedented rise in the use of heroin across the United States.
The economy has never been better – but his approval ratings have never been lower. As Barack Obama prepares for his State of the Union address tonight, what can he hope to achieve?
In charge of America’s biggest city, with a budget of £45bn, New York’s new mayor Bill de Blasio is less than a month into his job. So how is his fight against inequality going so far?
“The time for the healing of the wounds has begun.” There was to be no revenge, no retribution. Instead Mandela showed the world another way to truth and justice: forgiveness.
It was the flagship achievement of his presidency: now amid the disaster of his health care rollout – President Obama is fighting to restore some credibility – as his ratings drop through the floor.
It’s “chocolate week”, that annual celebration of all things indulgent and sweet. But has chocolate finally overcome its darker history – from child trafficking to crop-ravaged land?
Is it a doughnut? Is it a muffin? No – it’s a David vs Goliath trademark dispute as the owner of a small London bakery chain takes on the might of Starbucks UK over a recipe she claims as her own.
Closed for business: 800,000 federal workers are sent home without pay as Republicans and Democrats fail to agree a budget. So what happens next? Crisis – or compromise?