How should Britain respond to growing calls to punish Russia’s oligarchs in wake of the shooting down of MH17?
This week Marshall Mathers becomes the first rapper to perform at Wembley Stadium. It marks a new milestone for an artist who has reshaped our image of America.
It was one of the longest trials in English legal history that changed the media landscape and gave the public an unflinching glimpse into the lives of the rich and famous.
The scale of the crisis in Iraq has led many to wonder what was once unpalatable: would the country be more stable if Saddam Hussein had remained in power?
Advertising has traditionally helped politicians to cement their ideas and given campaigns a clear direction. But what role will it play in the 2015 general election?
The general election is exactly a year away and predicting a winner has never been harder. Channel 4 News looks at three banana skins that could change everything.
Max Clifford was the go-to publicist for some of the world’s most famous celebrities. But he lost control when he became the centre of the story, writes Kunal Dutta.
Hundreds of foreigners could unknowingly be fighting for President Assad following reports of a deal struck between the regime and extremist group Isis.
The Ukrainian pressure group scaled church steeples and ambushed President Putin. But that was before the Ukrainian Revolution. Channel 4 News speaks to Femen about what happens next.
Writing in the Church Times, David Cameron insists we should be ‘evangelical about Christianity’ and ‘pull together to change the world’. Will voters heed his message?
David Cameron’s Easter message means he has spoken more about his Christian faith this week than any recent serving prime minister. Why?
The British man accused of plotting his wife’s murder while on honeymoon in South Africa will fly there tonight after losing a three-year legal battle to stay in Britain. What happens now?
The latest shooting incident at Fort Hood in Texas mirrors an attack in 2009 which was the deadliest inside a US military base in history. So are returning soldiers being given effective treatment?
As EU leaders decide their response to the situation in Ukraine, does “getting inside the head” of Vladimir Putin offer any hope of securing peace?
The Twenty20 World Cup starts in Bangladesh today, and England officially start an international tournament without their mercurial genius, Kevin Pietersen. How will they fare?