The shooting of a Congresswoman in Arizona sparks a rare show of political partnership at Barack Obama’s State of the Union address, but how long will it last? Sarah Smith reports.
Breastfeeding exclusively for six months may not be best for babies, according to a new study. Mums of young children tell Channel 4 News the conflicting advice is confusing.
One of the doctors treating Gabrielle Giffords tells Channel 4 News she is 100 per cent certain to survive. Dr Peter Rhee says he is also optimistic she will not be in a vegetative state.
Prime Minister David Cameron uses his New Year’s message to warn next year will be “difficult” – but insists Britain has a “really bright future” ahead. Julian Rush looks at what is to come in 2011.
Government data on flu in the UK shows 27 people have died of the illness since October, including 24 from swine flu. Doctors tell Channel 4 News more people should get vaccinated.
Transport Secretary Philip Hammond backs controversial plans to build a London to Birmingham high speed rail link through the Chilterns – but pledges more than half the route will be amended.
New scientific research suggests that daily low doses of aspirin could help middle-aged people reduce the risk of dying of a range of cancers.
As the country struggles to cope with the onslaught of winter weather, Channel 4 News visits the streets of Kent to find snow-capped roads and a peculiar rise in the sale of wild bird seed.
Selling meat and milk from cloned animals and their offspring is a step nearer after a team of government advisers said it is safe to consume, writes science Correspondent Julian Rush.
Train passengers face a rise in rail fares of an average of 6.2 per cent in January – an “outrageous” figure that masks the real rise from individual companies, campaigners tell Channel 4 News.
In a blow for veterans the MoD wins the bulk of its appeal against ex-servicemen who claim nuclear bomb tests led to ill-health.
As rescuers continue to stall a rescue attempt for the 29 trapped miners in New Zealand because of safety fears, one of those who escaped tells his story. Julian Rush listens in.
Two Brits are among 29 men trapped by an explosion in a New Zealand mine. An expert tells Channel 4 News the risk of another gas blast makes it hard to tell when a rescue attempt could be made.
Revised plans for Britain’s controversial first “super-dairy” have been re-submitted today, with the farmers cutting in half the number of cows they intend to milk. Julian Rush has seen the new plans.
After a nine year wait, Network Rail and maintenance company Jarvis Rail are to be prosecuted over the 2002 Potters Bar train crash in which seven people died, writes Julian Rush.