It’s A-level results day and before these students could fully enjoy themselves, Channel 4 News thought they’d go and tell them a few hard ‘truths’.
Boris Johnson has finally said he will stand for parliament. Here are some (of many) occasions when he has dodged the question over the years… and speculation over potential leadership ambitions.
Artist Paul Stafford has undertaken an extraordinary and some would say deliberately provocative project. He takes plaster casts of couples during sex. Warning: sexual content.
The Metropolitan Police has suspended an officer involved in the arrest of Sean Rigg, who died in custody in 2008, after rejecting his resignation request.
Terror group Boko Haram kidnap 276 Nigerian schoolgirls, then threaten to sell them. Only a handful have been returned to their families, more than a month later. This is the story so far.
Our international editor Lindsey Hilsum was the only western journalist living in Rwanda when the genocide began. In this moving interview, she talks about the horrors she witnessed.
Female genital mutilation (FGM) affects hundreds of millions of women globally. The UK has 65’000 known cases, not one conviction. Alimatu Dimonekene’s story is being repeated across the UK right now.
European leaders met in Brussels hoping to craft a response to the growing crisis in Crimea. Outside Ukrainian protesters gathered to demand tough action.
Publishers Penguin may take legal action against artist Miriam Elia and her book We go to the gallery. A satire on modern art, it’s written in the style of the Ladybird books key words series.
Why do British teams keep losing against the big European clubs? Why have Team GB done so (relatively) well at Sochi? Sports Reporter Jordan Jarrett-Bryan has the answers.
Channel 4 News’ science unit wanted to look at the floods from a different angle. So they hired a drone. What happened next? Kamali Melbourne was there.
Vine is a year old and the UK has some of the worlds best known Viners. Kamali Melbourne went to meet two of them, Ben&Harley.
What do young people think about immigration? Channel 4 News visits Boston Spa School Sixth Form in Yorkshire to find out.
Is immigration securing the future of the United Kingdom’s young people – or destroying it? Students at Bridgend College in Wales debate.
The iconic Apple Macintosh was launched 30 years ago today. Paul Marc Davis, who runs an Apple museum in London, demonstrates the machine and explains why it was a milestone in personal computing.