Getting a job is hard enough. But one in four working 20 to 34-year-olds are forced to live with their parents because of rising costs. How does your area compare? Check out our clickable heatmap.
Long commutes, leaving parties early and being a turn-off to potential dates: young people reveal all about the highs and lows of being forced back to their family home.
Audio streaming will be counted in the official single sales chart for the first time from July. But will it win artists over to Spotify? And can it give the charts back their credibility?
Israeli band Orphaned Land are the winners of Metal Hammer’s global metal band award – and are accepting it with Palestinian band Khalas. Their singer tells Channel 4 News metal is the music of peace.
They may be hundreds of miles from a football pitch. But astronauts on the International Space Station are gearing up for the World Cup 2014 by attempting their very own kickabout on board.
She’s best known for conjuring up Harry Potter. But JK Rowling has magic-ed up a massive boost for Scotland’s pro-union Better Together campaign, by pledging a record £1m to the cause.
Meriam Ibrahim’s lawyer tells Channel 4 News that reports she is to be freed are “absurd” and untrue, as political leaders call on the Sudanese government to lift her death sentence.
A rally at Belfast’s City Hall to protest against a rise in racist attacks attracts thousands, following controversy over support for an influential pastor who said that Islam is “satanic”.
Pearls, pantyhose and posture helped US teen Maya van Wagenen find popularity. She’s sold the film rights of her book to Spielberg: but can lessons from a bygone era really empower the modern teen?
The arrest of Gerry Adams over Jean McConville’s death has put 1972 in the spotlight again. Channel 4 News speaks to author Susan McKay and revisits the worst year of the north of Ireland’s conflict.
As the Oscar Pistorius murder trial resumes in Pretoria, Channel 4 News charts the twists and turns and looks at how the disabled sports star’s case fares under the weight of evidence so far.
Should I stay or should I go? As Scots ponder that very question, Channel 4 News compiles the soundtrack to the September referendum, and hears from the creatives about the debate.
Would you choose cancer or dementia? As a new study finds cancer survival rates are improving, Channel 4 News looks at the diseases that are no longer a death sentence – and the diagnoses we now fear.
The £60bn takeover of AstraZeneca by US giant Pfizer would be one of the world’s biggest pharmaceutical deals. But it would also impact everything from the drugs we use, to the jobs we do.
One week after the Irish president’s visit, London is hosting the World Irish Dancing Championships. Channel 4 News delves into the world of wigs and jigs – and gets a few tips from the dancers.