It found the Higgs boson or “God particle”. But that was just the beginning, say scientists at Cern in Geneva, as they prepare to restart the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) – with twice as much energy.
The crowning of King Felipe VI is bringing some much-needed cheer to the nation, after a bleak footballing night which saw the Spanish team – reigning champions – crash out of the World Cup.
We live much of our lives in the digital sphere in Britain in 2014, from dating to food shopping. But art?
From Terminator to the Turing test, a timeline of the most significant developments in artificial intelligence (plus some pretty cool, and prescient, sci-fi books and films).
Eric Glisson was released from a US prison in 2012 after being behind bars for 18 years for a murder he did not commit. He takes to Reddit to answer the world’s questions about his ordeal.
In their first meeting since Russia annexed Crimea, at D-Day commemorations in France, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Ukraine’s president-elect Petro Poroshenko call for an end to the bloodshed.
Around three-quarters of us are overweight or obese. The government health watchdog says slimming classes can help and it is time to drop the “for goodness sake pull yourself together” attitude.
A group of young Iranians who made their own version of Pharrell Williams’ hit Happy and posted it on YouTube have been arrested, it emerges.
BJP spokeswoman Shania NC tells Channel 4 News it wasn’t just Hindus voting for Modi, and that she is “thankful” that the Gandhi grip over Indian politics is over.
No-one has died due to radiation released after the Fukushima nuclear crisis and this is unlikely to change, the UN says. But the mental health impact for the nuclear evacuees is a different story.
After teacher Ann Maguire was stabbed in a school in Leeds on Monday, the clamour has begun for safer schools to stop the tragedy ever happening again – but experts warn against knee-jerk responses.
More than just pasties: there has been a Cornish king, a flag, and a language. No wonder Cornish people have just won “minority rights” in the UK.
It’s a familiar, if sad, story. The NHS says a new breast cancer drug is too costly; doctors, patients and the manufacturer say you can’t put a value on life. But the NHS drug watchdog says it has to.
As rescue efforts continue, experts tell Channel 4 News more disasters on this scale are inevitable unless ships get much safer.
It is not just protest groups using social media nowadays: governments are getting in on the act – and in unstable eastern Ukraine, Facebook has become a tool of conflict.